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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

Monday 11 September 2017
Market Open
With coal and carbon emissions prices increasing steadily, gas-fired power generation is emerging as the favoured

option for the coming winter. Renewed buying by the UK National Grid has seen gas prices move higher again this morning with the front month up by 0.88p while the full Winter 17 contract has gained 0.69p in early trading. The UK gas system is well supplied as demand moves up on last week’s levels and prompt gas prices are little changed so far today. On the oil markets, there is an element of wait and see regarding possible supply disruption in the wake of the latest hurricane to hit the U.S. but so far, no major damage has been reported to refineries or pipelines.

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Market Update

  • Friday 17 November 2017:Crude oil prices extended losses on Thursday as concerns raised by Tuesday's IEA report on demand growth continued to weigh

  • Friday 17 November 2017:Brent settled at $61.36 a barrel yesterday, down 51 cents while WTI eased by 19 cents to close at $55.14 a barrel

  • Friday 17 November 2017:Prompt prices settled mixed with the spot and day ahead contracts adding a penny while the balance of month reacted to the forecast for a rise in temperatures over the coming week and shed 0.75p

  • Friday 17 November 2017:Futures traded with some volatility on Thursday and early gains were shortened later in the session as the front month settled 0.51p higher

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