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 - 13-02-2013

Energy Market Analysis - 13-02-2013

13th February 2013 | Posted by: Daniel Birkett | Market Analysis

A drop in imports from Zeebrugge and higher demand led to a huge shortage in the UK gas system at the start of yesterday's session.


Energy Market Analysis - 12-02-2013

Energy Market Analysis - 12-02-2013

12th February 2013 | Posted by: Daniel Birkett | Market Analysis

Yesterday's increase in Norwegian supply along with the predictions of milder weather after Wednesday pushed European spot gas and near curve prices down a little.


Energy Market Analysis - 11-02-2013

Energy Market Analysis - 11-02-2013

11th February 2013 | Posted by: Daniel Birkett | Market Analysis

Strong gas demand on Friday along with lower pipeline flows meant the UK system remained tight. As a result of this, high storage withdrawals were required to keep things balanced. NBP spot and near curve prices were pushed higher before a late reversal after a sell-off.


Energy Market Analysis - 08-02-2013

Energy Market Analysis - 08-02-2013

8th February 2013 | Posted by: Daniel Birkett | Market Analysis

The UK gas system was tightened yesterday, with higher withdrawals needed as on-going lower domestic production and higher demand took control. This move supported NBP spot and near curve price.


Energy Market Analysis - 07-02-2013

Energy Market Analysis - 07-02-2013

7th February 2013 | Posted by: Daniel Birkett | Market Analysis

Despite yesterday's higher demand and low domestic production, the UK gas system managed to balance out thanks to higher storage withdrawals.