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Gas jumps 5% on Asian LNG export fears

Date: 05.10.2022 Author: Rachael Burnett, Montel
Gas jumps 5% on Asian LNG export fearsPhoto: energetika-portal.si

European gas prices rebounded more than 5% on Wednesday amid fears of reduced LNG exports from Asia amid an outage at a major export facility in the region.

Serbia’s new 350 MW coal unit to go online next September

Date: 05.10.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia’s new 350 MW coal unit to go online next SeptemberPhoto: www.srbija.gov.rs

The new but long-delayed 350 MW unit at Serbia's Kostolac coal-fired plant should be operational by September 2023, Zeljko Lazovic, manager of the EPS power utility’s key investment portfolio, said

EU ministers back partial frontloading of ETS auctions

Date: 04.10.2022 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EU ministers back partial frontloading of ETS auctionsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

EU finance ministers backed selling some carbon allowances early to raise funds for emergency energy investments on Tuesday but not as many as recommended by the European Parliament’s environment

EU committee backs frontloading ETS auctions

Date: 04.10.2022 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EU committee backs frontloading ETS auctionsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The European Parliament’s environment committee (Envi) backed selling carbon allowances earlier than planned to raise money for urgent energy investments in an interim vote late on Monday.

Carbon prices strengthen over MEP sales debate

Date: 30.09.2022 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
Carbon prices strengthen over MEP sales debatePhoto: Montel

Europe’s benchmark carbon contract was climbing on Friday with the market’s attention focused on possible interventions in energy markets, additional allowance supplies and the overall economic

Gas prices fall 9% ahead of EU meeting

Date: 29.09.2022 Author: Marcin Czekanski, Montel
Gas prices fall 9% ahead of EU meetingPhoto: Plinacro

European gas prices continued falling on Thursday amid healthy storage levels and flows, as well as the expectation that EU leaders would approve demand reduction measures in an emergency meeting on

Carbon plunges 5% on increased supply outlook

Date: 28.09.2022 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
Carbon plunges 5% on increased supply outlookPhoto: Montel

European carbon prices dropped by 5% on Wednesday, extending the previous session’s losses, as prospects of higher EUA supplies and reduced industrial demand weighed on the bearish sentiment.

European Parliament to support frontloading EUA sales – MEP

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Nathan Witkop, Montel
European Parliament to support frontloading EUA sales – MEPPhoto: Roman Peklaj

European parliamentarians will support a proposal to bring forward the sale of carbon allowances scheduled for later this decade to raise emergency energy investment funds, a key MEP said on Tuesday.

Gas prices drop back from intraday highs

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Laurence Walker, Montel
Gas prices drop back from intraday highsPhoto: TAP AG

European gas prices retreated from intraday highs on Tuesday after the discovery of leaks on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines had triggered a 12% jump in early trading.

Carbon slides 3% in nervous trading over EUA sales

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
Carbon slides 3% in nervous trading over EUA salesPhoto: Montel

Europe’s benchmark carbon contract fell about 3% on Tuesday morning as uncertainty surrounding potential extra sales of EUAs weighed on the market.

Ice to accept CO2 allowances as collateral in futures market

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Robin Newbold, Montel
Ice to accept CO2 allowances as collateral in futures marketPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Ice exchange is planning to accept carbon allowances as collateral in its futures market to relieve the pressure on utilities and traders hit by Europe’s energy price crisis, the Financial Times

Montenegro revives idea of new unit at Pljevlja coal plant

Date: 26.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro revives idea of new unit at Pljevlja coal plantPhoto: EPCG

Montenegro’s Pljevlja coal mine and power utility EPCG revived the idea of expanding the 225 MW Pljevlja coal power plant amid fears of a prolonged energy crisis, the online news outlet Vijesti



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