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

Energy bull run continues with unseasonably cold windless weather pushing prices higher

2021-05-20T10:58:41+00:00April 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

Suez blockage supports annuals markets and creates short term supply concerns

2021-04-14T09:58:10+00:00April 8th, 2021|Featured|

Eneco market reports early April 2021 Energy costs: Over the past fortnight short term markets have seen extreme volatility with the Evergiven run aground in the Suez canal causing LNG supply concerns. Meanwhile, Suez combined with cold weather forecasts, high EUA carbon costs, continued OPEC