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Archived Summaries

Monday 10 June 2019
Market Open
Trading on the UK gas market has been remarkably slow so far this morning. Demand on the UK system is just under 200MCM as wind generation levels are

running below 2GW as forecast, requiring increased gas-fired generation today. Norwegian deliveries are running at around 100MCM but LNG send-out is just 20MCM, but this may well pick up as 4 new cargoes are due in UK ports over the coming week. There are no indicative prices on the spot while the day ahead bid offer spread suggests an increase of over 1.50p. The oil market is little moved from Friday's closing levels but has held on to gains recorded in recent sessions.

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Market Update

  • Thursday 12 December 2019:Crude oil prices fell back below $64.00 a barrel following reports from OPEC and the U.S. Energy Administration showing no let up in the over-supply situation

  • Thursday 12 December 2019:The U.S. benchmark WTI shed 47 cents to settle at $58.76 a barrel while the global benchmark, Brent crude, was down 62 cents to $63.72

  • Thursday 12 December 2019: Demand on the UK gas system remained just below the seasonal norm but the supply side lagged for most of the trading day on Wednesday

  • Thursday 12 December 2019:The slump in UK gas prices continued however with near futures contracts hitting fresh life-of-contract lows, January shedding 1.46p to settle at 36.00p

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