Lower temperatures and windless conditions increase gas demand

Thursday 7th January 2021

Prices moved up sharply in the lead up to Christmas before showing a partial correction earlier this week. The key driver has been the weather, with cooler than expected temperatures not only across the UK, but vast swathes of the Northern Hemisphere. Demand for LNG has been far more significant in Asia than in recent months and this has boosted …

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COVID-19 Update

Wednesday 6th January 2021

Following the latest Government announcement that the UK has been placed into another full national lockdown, E2 Services have assessed the current position, and we want to reassure you that we will be able to fully support your business over the coming weeks, whilst ensuring all measures required to protect the health and welfare of both your and our employees …

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Retrofitting - The Way Forward?

Wednesday 6th January 2021

The UK’s goal of achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050 may be in jeopardy unless efforts are quickly stepped up and advanced. As nearly half of the UK’s carbon footprint comes from the built environment, retrofitting existing buildings is one of the most powerful tools the country has in achieving its ambitious emissions targets.

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Annuals and carbon surge as the vaccine rollout starts

Tuesday 22nd December 2020

Markets have been generally buoyant in the last fortnight, predominantly due to the start of the C-19 vaccine rollout. This light at the end of the tunnel has raised expectations of increased energy demand, and the wider energy complex has seen an upturn. Coal, oil, LNG and particularly carbon have seen increased buying.

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Spikes on short-term market as temperatures drop across Europe

Friday 4th December 2020

The last fortnight has seen generally bullish gas and power markets for the UK and across Europe. The key driver has been general optimism surrounding the vaccine roll out, as well as lockdown restrictions being eased. This has the potential to increase demand as businesses open up and people start to get out.

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