In today’s complex and volatile energy markets, enlightened buyers are adopting a more sophisticated approach to their purchasing strategy in an effort to ensure that cost competitiveness is maintained in a controlled and measured manner. 

By engaging a fully flexible energy supply contract, you will have taken the first step towards improving control over your energy costs. 

We can help you with the next step.

The Kore Energy risk management service will:

  • Deliver you a cost competitive energy procurement solution
  • Provide you with price certainty and budget certainty
  • Optimise your cost savings against budget
  • Minimise and manage your exposure to volatile energy markets

Aside from lower energy costs and greater peace of mind, the key deliverables from our risk management service are:

  • Development of a clear risk management strategy and policy
  • Establishing clear and effective price hedging strategies
  • Budget formation and target setting
  • Market monitoring and analysis
  • Position reporting include mark to market costing
  • Reporting against budget, market highs, market lows and other key metrics
  • Analysis of Green energy developments and carbon management requirements
  • Regular review of your energy requirements with our senior energy consultants

To find out more about Risk Management contact us today. 

Our Clients

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Market Update

  • Friday 23 June 2017:Following 3 consecutive days of losses on the oil market, Brent crude gained 40 cents on Thursday to settle at $45.22 a barrel while West Texas settled at $42.74 on the NYMEX

  • Friday 23 June 2017:There was little new information that would influence oil prices on Thursday, and the modest rebound is not likely to signal a turning point

  • Friday 23 June 2017:An early supply deficit of 33MCM on the UK gas system was only overhauled as the market closed as demand fell off and mid-range storage withdrawals kicked in

  • Thursday 23 June 2017:Some early easing on the prompt market was reversed and the spot price gained 0.70p but day ahead was up by just 0.20p with demand for today forecast lower

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