Whether you are driven by environmental issues or price or both, understanding and managing your exposure to the carbon market is an essential ingredient in energy price risk management.

Ireland’s energy users are presented with an exposure to the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) and to other carbon charges and taxes in a variety of ways:

•    For large thermal users, directly via the EU ETS scheme
•    Through electricity supply contracts, via explicit or embedded hedges
•    On fuel use, including site fuel use and road haulage costs

Since the commencement of phase three of the EU ETS scheme on 1 January 2013, the elimination of free carbon allowances (EUAs) for power generators and a reduction in allowances for other EU ETS participants has presented an even greater challenge for large energy users.

Key deliverables from Kore Energy's Carbon Management service:

•    Daily carbon price tracking and analysis
•    Negotiation of carbon price levers within electricity supply contracts
•    Execution of carbon trades, including EUA / CER swaps
•    Carbon tax calculation and advice

Kore Energy will keep you up to date on Green Energy developments and requirements.To find out more about Carbon Management contact us today. 

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Market Update

  • Thursday 26th May 2016: Crude oil prices reached current year-to-date highs approaching $50.00 a barrel on Wednesday as crude stocks and output in the U.S. fell last week

  • Thursday 26th May 2016: On the gas futures market, the full month contract for June gained 0.72p to settle at 29.67p while contracts out to Summer 2017 gained an average of 0.56p on the day yesterday

  • Thursday 26th May 2016: An early deficit on the UK gas system saw prompt and near futures prices move higher in early trading yesterday morning but an increase in supply in the afternoon saw the system finish in surplus

  • Thursday 26th May 2016: Early gains on the prompt gas market were largely sustained despite the improved supply-demand balance although day ahead gas did relinquish some of its early gains to finish just 0.05p higher

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