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Energy markets spike up again as Nord Stream 2 certification stalls

2021-11-19T12:37:50+00:00

Eneco market reports mid November 2021 Energy costs: Gas and electricity prices spiked upwards again this week, after recent falls, as Gazprom failed to deliver on Putin’s request to deliver increased gas flows to Europe. Germany has stalled certification of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline

Energy markets spike up again as Nord Stream 2 certification stalls2021-11-19T12:37:50+00:00

From Russia…we hope! Market volatility continues!

2021-10-15T16:07:52+00:00

Eneco market reports mid October 2021 Energy costs: Gas and energy prices continue to be extremely unpredictable. Month ahead energy prices have reached astonishing highs of as much as £360/MWh whilst Gas prices even exceeded 400 p/therm for a day. This did settle briefly following

From Russia…we hope! Market volatility continues!2021-10-15T16:07:52+00:00

Unprecedented market volatility!

2021-10-06T13:13:41+00:00

Eneco market reports early October 2021 Energy costs: Gas and energy prices have rocketed to astronomical levels over the last few weeks resulting in extremely exaggerated forward prices. Many suppliers are adopting a very cautious approach to new contracts while this volatility continues. The IFA1

Unprecedented market volatility!2021-10-06T13:13:41+00:00

Q4 electricity markets spike above £200/MWh, while gas hits new record highs

2021-09-29T12:55:22+00:00

Eneco market reports mid September 2021 Energy costs: Price records have been smashed in the last fortnight for Winter 21 supply periods with gains of more than 20% in one day as supply pressures increased - before falling back and rocking up and down. Meanwhile,

Q4 electricity markets spike above £200/MWh, while gas hits new record highs2021-09-29T12:55:22+00:00

Energy markets reach further all-time highs with little sign of slowing down

2021-09-07T14:30:57+00:00

Eneco market reports early September 2021 Energy costs: Markets crashed by over 10% on August 19th on reports that Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline would be completed early in September and bolster European gas storage. Thereafter prices surged up a further 30% on confirmation that

Energy markets reach further all-time highs with little sign of slowing down2021-09-07T14:30:57+00:00

Gas and electricity markets reach record highs as increases spill into Summer ‘22

2021-08-17T11:21:34+00:00

Eneco market reports mid August 2021 Energy costs: Gas supply concerns and rising prices across the wider energy complex led to further increases on Winter ’21 markets with increases starting to feed through to Summer ’22. Russian gas flows slumped following a fire in one

Gas and electricity markets reach record highs as increases spill into Summer ‘222021-08-17T11:21:34+00:00

Gas and electricity markets reach triple digits out to February 22

2021-08-06T10:50:23+00:00

Eneco market reports early August 2021 Energy costs: Short term markets continued to surge in response to continued supply issues and increasing prices across the wider energy complex. This increased the gap between Winter 21 and seasons from Summer 22 onwards reinforcing backwardation. LNG supplies

Gas and electricity markets reach triple digits out to February 222021-08-06T10:50:23+00:00

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

2021-07-21T09:26:27+00:00

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

Extreme volatility plague the energy markets in early July as prices rise and fall by more than 10%.2021-07-21T09:26:27+00:00

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

2021-07-07T10:14:05+00:00

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

Winter 21 Energy markets surge to new heights as supply issues persist2021-07-07T10:14:05+00:00

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

2021-06-21T18:29:35+00:00

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 prices resume increases on the back of limited supply and buoyant demand2021-06-21T18:29:35+00:00
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