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Archived Summaries

Thursday 16 August  2018
Market Open
UK gas supplies are healthy at 175MCM this morning with demand for today forecast at 168MCM. The unplanned outages at Troll and Kvitebjorn are due to be resolved

today according to the Gassco site but scheduled maintenance is due to start tomorrow on Kollsnes and this could restrict supplies by 40MCM for up to six days. Prompt prices have reacted accordingly, and the spot is down 0.80p while the day ahead has added over a penny. The prompt led gains have fed into near curve contracts with September last trading at 62.65p. The crude oil markets are trading flat after yesterday's selloff.

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Market Update

  • Thursday 15 November 2018:Crude oil markets finally ended the recent bear run with benchmark prices turning higher on Wednesday on prospects of OPEC reinstating production limits when it meets in 3 weeks’ time

  • Thursday 15 November 2018:Brent crude ended up 1% at $66.12 a barrel while WTI ended its longest losing run since records began, also gaining 1% to settle at $56.25

  • Thursday 15 November 2018:Prompt gas prices continued to strengthen on Wednesday with the spot and day ahead contracts playing catch up on the week ahead contract

  • Thursday 15 November 2018:Despite demand remaining below the seasonal norm and a well-supplied system on the day, the prompt market remained volatile, within day gas gaining 2.27p and day ahead rising by 1.60p

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