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Energy efficiency is not just low-hanging fruit; it is fruit on the ground. Stephen Chu, US Secretary of Energy

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    Jon

    Both electricity and gas prices have decreased following receding Middle East tensions that drove a price increase earlier in the month. The February 2020 weather outlook is fairly mild and with imports of Liquefied Natural Gas continuing at a record pace into the UK, prices could potentially fall further. More
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    Jon

    Electricity and gas prices have dropped slightly due to the long range weather forecasts predicting a mild winter. This announcement has been accompanied with the news that UK mid-range storage levels are currently at over 90% capacity and EU Carbon observed a net loss of 2. More
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    Jon

    Both gas and electricity have observed reductions of between 0.7% and 1.9% as Liquefied Natural Gas storage levels remain high. A revision of temperatures upwards for late November and early December has also assisted in the decrease. Three UK reactors will be shut down for planned outages between the 11 November and the 10 December, any delays to the scheduled return could trigger price rises. More
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    Jon

    Gas and electricity have remained fairly stable this week, which is largely due to the UK gas system flipping from undersupply on Friday to 19mcm oversupplied on Monday.  The main reason for the oversupply is an increase in Langeled flows and UKCS production. More
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    Jon

    Gas & Electricity prices have fallen this week as the UK’s import scheduling of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) picks up. The Langeled pipeline which carries gas supplies from Norway to the UK, reopened this week, although with lower flows than initially expected. More
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    Jon

    Both carbon & oil prices saw significant increases over the past week mainly due to falling assumed demands, US-China trade tensions and a poor European economic forecast. Cooler weather forecasts have caused a slight increase to both gas & electricity prices. More

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