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  • RISK MANAGEMENT
    Kore Energy has developed a proven risk management strategy, focusing on budget protection and cost optimisation...
  • MARKET INTELLIGENCE
    We continually track and evaluate what is happening in the market and provide concise reports to our risk management clients on a daily basis...
  • CARBON MANAGEMENT
    Managing your exposure to the carbon market is an essential ingredient in energy price risk management...

Archived Summaries

Tuesday 22 Septmeber 2020
Market Close
All NBP prompt products closed above 31.00p for the first time in nine months yesterday as the market reacted to forecasts for

cooler temperatures for the remainder of the week. The UK gas system is already expected to compensate for lower wind generation from today and this while imports from Norway are curtailed due to maintenance works. There was little movement on the NBP curve save for the front month which was buoyed by the gains seen on the prompt. After Mondays sell-off, crude oil prices ticked up marginally yesterday with Brent settling 28 cents higher at $41.72 a barrel.

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Market Update

  • Tuesday 27 October 2020:Falling fuel and carbon prices saw GB power futures recording losses on Monday with the current winter months shedding £0.75/MWh

  • Tuesday 27 October 2020:The day ahead contract gained £2.00/MWh as wind generation was forecast to fall off today

  • Tuesday 27 October 2020:Gas prices for the current winter months shed an average of 1.23p while the Summer 2021 contract was down by just over a penny

  • Tuesday 27 October 2020:Brent crude fell by $1.30 a barrel to settle at $40.46 and $3.00 a barrel lower week-on-week while WTI was down by the same amount to settle at to $38.56 a barrel

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