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Daily (22.09.2017): EU carbon contracts settled 5% down on lower electricity prices

Oil prices were mixed on Thursday as the market waited to see if the biggest oil producers would deepen supply reductions beyond March at a reunion in Vienna. Brent crude futures closed 0.25% up at $56.43 a barrel. Meanwhile, WTI crude futures ended 0.3% down at $50.55 per barrel.

read more... 22/09/2017

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Daily (19.09.2017): European carbon contracts traded 3% down on Monday on lower coal and power prices

Crude oil prices dropped slightly on Monday, but remained close to recent highs as traders braced for a potential stockpile build, likely to occur later this week.

read more... 19/09/2017

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Shell aims to enter UK electricity market

Shell Energy Europe announced its intention to enter the UK ellectricity market. For the sake of electricity supply it has applied for a licence to provide power to industrial and commercial businesses in Britain. The licence should be signed now, as planned by oil giant, in order to start supplying electricity at the beginning of next year.

read more... 19/09/2017

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UK prepares a scheme for domestic nuclear safeguards

As UK is preparing to exit European Union, it has planned a domestic nuclear safeguards regime, proving its responsibility of a nuclear state. The withdrawal from Euratom will not lead to poorer safeguards standards and oversight in the nation, as announced by the UK secretary of state for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. 

read more... 18/09/2017

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Russian project will lack EU financing in consequence of US sanctions

The Austrian OMV CEO stated that US sanctions will have a serious impact on big Russian projects. OMV is one of the investors in the Nord Stream-2 trans-Baltic gas pipeline project.

read more... 14/09/2017

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