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FocusEconomics raises Q1 coal price outlook 4.3%

Pacific basin benchmark coal prices could average USD 152.10/t in the first quarter, up 4.3% – or USD 6.30 – from previous estimates, after Indonesia’s recent ban on exports spurred demand from elsewh...
Date: 18.01.2022, Category: Trading

Gas contracts edge down though tension remains

European gas contracts edged down on Friday amid mild temperatures and an influx of LNG – close to a two-year high – though market participants remained nervous given a stretched supply situation, par...
Date: 21.01.2022, Category: Trading

CBAM will cut Balkan power exports in half by 2040 – study

The European carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) will cut power exports from Western Balkan countries to the EU in half by 2040 if countries keep their lignite fleet and add new lignite units....
Date: 21.01.2022, Category: Articles

Green hydrogen seen cost competitive in 2 years – study

Green hydrogen is set to become cost competitive with existing conventional hydrogen in two years thanks to plummeting costs of renewables and rising costs of carbon, said analysis firm Rethink Energy...
Date: 18.01.2022, Category: Articles

Technical signals buoy CO2, fuels fall

European carbon prices rose on Thursday, driven largely by supportive technical indicators, while fuels markets softened amid hopes of heightened supply....
Date: 20.01.2022, Category: Trading

Gas crisis shows need for reliable suppliers – von der Leyen

The current gas price crisis should be used to speed up the EU’s switch away from fossil fuels and secure reliable energy supplies, said European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen on Thursday....
Date: 20.01.2022, Category: Articles

Alpiq secures EUR 215m in support to cope with high prices

Swiss utility Alpiq has secured CHF 223m (EUR 215m) financial support from its shareholders to manage increased liquidity and credit risks stemming from high energy prices, the company said late on We...
Date: 20.01.2022, Category: Articles

Front month gas falls amid improved supply situation

European front-month gas prices continued to fall on Thursday on near record LNG imports and improved pipeline flows from Norway....
Date: 20.01.2022, Category: Trading

Montenegro’s EPCG plans 191 GWh of power exports in Q1 – CFO

Montenegrin power utility EPCG plans to export 191 GWh of electricity worth EUR 40m in Q1 2022, the utility’s chief financial officer Miro Vracar said last week, according to local media reports....
Date: 18.01.2022, Category: Trading

Gas contracts fall amid more Norway flows, mild outlook

European gas contracts fell on Wednesday, as Norwegian supply increased and forecasts continued to predict mild weather and more LNG coming to Europe....
Date: 19.01.2022, Category: Trading

Four EU nations reject gas, nuclear in green taxonomy

Austria, Denmark, Luxembourg and Spain continue to reject natural gas and nuclear in the EU’s sustainable finance taxonomy, their energy and climate ministers have said in response to a recent draft p...
Date: 21.01.2022, Category: Articles

IEA revises up oil demand outlook for 2021-22

Global demand for oil has risen faster than expected in recent months and would likely reach pre-Covid levels of 99.7m bbl/day on average this year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Wedne...
Date: 19.01.2022, Category: Articles

Oil extends 7-year highs on supply, geopolitical tensions

Oil prices extended seven-year highs early on Wednesday amid concerns about tightening supply and escalating geopolitical tensions....
Date: 19.01.2022, Category: Trading

EUAs set to hold within EUR 80-86 range

European carbon prices are set to remain stuck within an EUR 80-86/t range next week amid mixed drivers....
Date: 21.01.2022, Category: Trading

Kosovo fixes 340 MW coal unit, production to resume soon

Kosovo’s power utility KEK has repaired a 340 MW unit at the Kosovo B coal-fired power plant, and it is expected to resume production early Saturday morning, a KEK spokesperson told Montel on Friday....
Date: 21.01.2022, Category: Trading

BiH’s hydro producer HET delays planned capital hike

The shareholders’ assembly of the hydropower producer Hidroelektrane na Trebisnjici (HET), a part of Republika Srpska’s power utility ERS Holding, failed to pass a decision on a new share offering on ...
Date: 21.01.2022, Category: Articles

Gas prices continue rise on Russia-Ukraine tension

European gas prices rose on Friday as diminished pipeline flows from Russia and tensions between the country and Ukraine heightened the market’s nervousness surrounding supply....
Date: 21.01.2022, Category: Trading

Montenegro sets 13 energy projects worth EUR 1bn as priorities

Montenegro’s government has updated its list of priority infrastructure projects which now includes 13 energy projects worth EUR 1bn, the government said in a press release on Tuesday....
Date: 21.01.2022, Category: Articles

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