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Archived Summaries

Wednesday 15 May 2019
Market Open
Gas prompt prices have continued to ease lower this morning, reflecting a modest decrease in demand, from 199 MCM yesterday to 193 MCM today, along with continued strength

on the supply side with forecast flows running at 210 MCM while instantaneous flows are at 194 MCM. Gas futures prices have followed suit with marginal losses of around 0.20p on near contracts while longer contracts are generally flat against yesterday's close. Crude oil prices have also moved lower through early trading today, as the market moves its focus away from the Saudi oil pipeline shut down to the release of weekly U.S. oil stock data, where analysts expect to see a further build in crude oil stocks

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Market Update

  • Thursday 16 May 2019:Crude oil inventories increased in the U.S. against market expectations while gasoline stocks declined by 1.2 million barrels

  • Thursday 16 May 2019:

    Crude oil prices rose on Wednesday with Brent posting a gain of 53 cents to $71.77 while WTI closed up by 0.4% higher at $62.02

  • Tuesday 21 May 2019:Overall demand on the UK gas system moved above 200MCM on Monday as increased demand for gas-fired power was called on to supplement low wind generation levels

  • Tuesday 21 May 2019:The front month gas contract recovered from Friday's 40-month low to settle above 30.00p again on Monday as the futures market saw mixed movement on the day

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