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    Both electricity and gas prices reduced slightly last week because, despite the withdrawals to cover weather changes and increased usage, liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage levels remain at above 90%. This has been assisted by continued LNG deliveries and December 2019 is looking like another bumper import month. More
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    Electricity and gas prices have remained stable this week, with weather forecasts being revised and near normal levels expected towards the end of the year. November has seen a record level of 22 Liquefied Natural Gas cargo arrivals into the UK. More
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    Last week both gas and electricity have had marginal decreases with liquefied natural gas stock for both the short and mid term remaining healthy. The construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline is also contributing to driving prices lower. Carbon markets have exhibited gains this week and much uncertainty surrounds the cost of the UK’s carbon permit after Brexit. More
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    With the rise in robotic solutions in horticulture, we consider how this might impact your energy use and costs. More
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    Gas prices fell by over 3% in the past week as healthy EU gas storage levels and several Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) deliveries helped reduce the risk associated with winter conditions. Demand is expected to remain low as forecasted temperatures are forecast to stay above seasonal norms. More
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    After last week's significant increases, this week we have seen prices recover somewhat, with gas, electricity, carbon and Brent Crude prices reducing. LNG cargoes are expected in August which will improve short term supply demand and reduce buying pressure. More

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