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Apollo Energy publish a daily energy market analysis, focusing on the gas, power and oil markets, including a commentary on how the markets close and open. Our analysis provides insight on what is currently affecting the market and also considers various factors which could dictate price changes in the future. 

The report also contains a graph which tracks the one-year forward price of both gas & electricity as well as changes to Brent crude oil. 

Energy Price Graph - 25-05-2016

Energy Market Analysis - 25-05-2016

25th May 2016 | Posted by: Natalie Ivinson | Market Analysis

Spot and near-curve prices were mixed yesterday with lower Norwegian supply tightening the system, while a surge in the value of the Pound put pressure on prices. The stronger US dollar weakened oil prices and limited gains on the far-curve.


Energy Price Graph - 24-05-2016

Energy Market Analysis - 24-05-2016

24th May 2016 | Posted by: Natalie Ivinson | Market Analysis

The sharp rise in Norwegian flows, while demand was weaker than expected, pushed spot and near-curve prices lower yesterday. The fall in oil prices provided additional bearish pressure.


Energy Price Graph - 23-05-2016

Energy Market Analysis - 23-05-2016

23rd May 2016 | Posted by: Natalie Ivinson | Market Analysis

Higher storage injections supported near-curve prices on Friday. Stronger oil prices supported the gas far-curve as the US Dollar weakened slightly.


Energy Price Graph - 20-05-2016

Energy Market Analysis - 20-05-2016

20th May 2016 | Posted by: Natalie Ivinson | Market Analysis

Spot and near-curve prices continued to weaken yesterday on the back of lower demand and comfortable supply. The ongoing weakening of the Euro against the Pound also contributed to the downturn.


energy price graph - 19-05-2016

Energy Market Analysis - 19-05-2016

19th May 2016 | Posted by: Daniel Birkett | Market Analysis

Losses were displayed across the gas curve yesterday following a significant improvement in Norwegian and LNG flows. Bearish pressure was also provided by an expected rise in temperatures next week and a stronger Pound, while falling Brent weighed on contracts further along the curve.