Apollo Energy publishes 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 how the markets are performing and also considers various factors which could dictate price changes in the future. 

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

Energy Market Analysis - 04-07-2022

Energy Market Analysis - 04-07-2022

4th July 2022 | Market Analysis

Close price: Another consecutive day of price rises. One look at the below graph shows we are nearing the peaks of March. Many issues on supply are emerging. A energy storm is on the horizon and we are moving fast towards a direct collision. Opening price: Sharp upwards opening in prices today. W-22 has reached all-time highs. An impending strike by Norwegian oil and gas workers tomorrow looms, re…


Energy Market Analysis - 15-06-2022

Energy Market Analysis - 15-06-2022

15th June 2022 | Market Analysis

The market is digesting the sharp rise of yesterday, with prices holding steady right now. So to is oil after a volatile day of trading, with it seemingly being pulled in both directions from different price drivers.


Energy Market Analysis - 14-06-2022

Energy Market Analysis - 14-06-2022

14th June 2022 | Market Analysis

Prices closed up, as gas supply has become more stretched in recent days with lower gas flows through Nord Steam 1 and reduced LNG schedule in June given the outage at the U.S LNG terminal.


Energy Market Analysis - 13-06-2022

Energy Market Analysis - 13-06-2022

13th June 2022 | Market Analysis

Prices saw minimal movement day to day on Friday, virtually flat to close. Renewed lockdown measures in China is casting doubts over energy consumption. This brought down Brent to below $120.


Energy Market Analysis - 10-06-2022

Energy Market Analysis - 10-06-2022

10th June 2022 | Market Analysis

Close price: Prices closed higher. Not as high as first feared and upon opening yesterday, as the market at first reacted to the fire and damage at the US Freeport LNG Terminal. Opening price: There has been no real direction in the markets today, as the market takes check of yesterday’s developments and waits for further news on the Freeport fire. It is estimated Europe will lose 13-15 LNG tank…