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Energy Market Bulletin

Issue 09/07


Alex McGregor Analyst

All gas and power contracts rose last week, following commodities upwards as the oil market tightened further, despite OPEC’s recent decision to increase production levels. Gas and power contracts for delivery in the near-term experienced the largest gains. Day-ahead gas prices  have been driven higher by low levels of wind output, which increased gas demand for power generation, as well as strong demand for storage injection across Europe and low levels of LNG imports. Day-ahead power was supported by its gas counterpart. The contract hit a fresh three-month high on 3 July as wind output plummeted, meaning more ...

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