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 price graph - 20-05-2019

Energy Market Analysis –20-05-2019

20th May 2019 | Posted by: Daniel Birkett | Market Analysis

Gas prices decreased on Friday with summer contracts in particular showing healthy losses. A warmer weather forecast will weigh on demand levels which helped contracts on the near-curve to decrease, while rising Brent limited downward movement further along the curve.


Energy Price Graph - 17-05-2019

Energy Market Analysis - 17-05-2019

17th May 2019 | Posted by: Lawrence Carson | Market Analysis

Gas prices were looking firm at the start of yesterday’s session. However, any gains made were reversed by weakening coal and carbon markets as the day drew to a close.


Energy Price Graph - 16-05-2019

Energy Market Analysis - 16-05-2019

16th May 2019 | Posted by: Libby Fraser | Market Analysis

An oversupplied system pressured the prompt yesterday, despite an up in demand from the previous day. There were late gains on the far curve as strength in the Carbon and Oil markets supported the curve.


Energy Price Graph - 15-05-2019

Energy Market Analysis - 15-05-2019

15th May 2019 | Posted by: Natalie Ivinson | Market Analysis

Gas prices mostly rebounded on the curve yesterday, which was oversupplied throughout the day despite an increase in exports to the continent through the Interconnector pipeline. The gains mirrored increases in oil, coal and carbon prices.


energy price graph - 14-05-2019

Energy Market Analysis - 14-05-2019

14th May 2019 | Posted by: Libby Fraser | Market Analysis

Crude oil contracts on Monday continued to trade lower, driven by lower demand caused by milder than expected weather. This combined with a healthy supply outlook as a further six LNG vessels are due to arrive before the end of May, provided a bearish outlook as gas markets closed yesterday.