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

  • Monday 01 July 2019:The global crude oil benchmark, Brent crude, was unchanged day-on-day, closing at $66.55 again on Friday while U.S. crude-oil prices closed down 1.6% at $58.47 a barrel

  • Monday 01 July 2019:New data from the U.S. showed an increase in drilling activity last week which could unbalance a market where demand growth continues slow

  • Monday 01 July 2019:UK gas futures recorded losses across the board on Friday as crude oil prices were unchanged day-on-day and the Winter 19 contract fell below 50.00p

  • Monday 01 July 2019:Demand could have fallen lower but for strong export flows to Belgium where a positive differential to the NBP is attracting gas via the UK system

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