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Extreme volatility plague the energy markets in early July as prices rise and fall by more than 10%.

2021-07-21T09:26:27+00:00July 20th, 2021|Featured|

Eneco market reports mid July 2021 Energy costs: The jitteriness was seen across the energy complex. Oil prices peaked at $76/barrel before falling back to $73/barrel as OPEC bickered over production increases to meet increasing demand - Saudi Arabia and UAE have since come to

Winter 21 Energy markets surge to new heights as supply issues persist

2021-07-07T10:14:05+00:00July 7th, 2021|Featured|

Eneco market reports early July 2021 Energy costs: The last fortnight saw winter 21 electricity touch £100/MWh and gas 100p/therm. Gas supply fears prompted much of the gains with Russia declining to up supplies to bolster low European gas stocks and unplanned maintenance continuing in

Energy prices resume increases on the back of limited supply and buoyant demand

2021-06-21T18:29:35+00:00June 21st, 2021|Featured|

Eneco market reports mid June 2021 Energy costs: Markets resumed their bullishness in early June, as temperatures soared and wind generation remained sluggish. Gas supplies were constrained by outages in North Sea and Norwegian fields, lower than slated supplies from Russia, and limited LNG deliveries diverted

Energy price rally gathers pace before falling back again

2021-05-20T12:30:32+00:00May 20th, 2021|Featured|

Eneco market reports mid May 2021 Energy costs: Both gas and electricity prices spiked to multi year highs during the first half of May, with supply issues causing heavy backwardation into far seasons​ (prices more expensive for delivery today, less expensive the further out you go).  Continued colder temperatures