Losing sleep over your energy costs?...... We can help!

As energy markets become increasingly complex, the vast array of pricing options and contract structures available to large energy users can prove daunting…

  • When should I contract?
  • Which Supplier?
  • Fixed price, indexed or fully flexible?
  • What are the hedging options?
  • Fixing and unfixing?
  • What about carbon?
  • What about Green energy?
  • What about currency?

Kore Energy is the market leader in Ireland in energy procurement for business. 

We can help you work through the complexity of the supply options available to you, ensuring that your energy costs are competitive, carbon management is at it's best, and that budgets are delivered.

Key deliverables from our energy procurement service

  • We collect and collate all relevant data from market operators and Suppliers and from you
  • We prepare and issue tender documents to Suppliers, tailored to your specific needs
  • We evaluate all Suppliers proposals, providing you with a comprehensive but accessible overview of the supply options available to you
  • We discuss and review your options with you and recommend a way forward
  • We review all supply contract documents and validate through to contract sign-off
  • You just sign the supply contract

Contact us to find out more.

Our Clients

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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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