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Daily (19.10.2018): EU carbon contracts recovered on Thursday in a strong auction

Oil crude prices fell on Thursday following data revealing ample U.S. crude inventories. Brent crude futures dropped by 1% to close at $79.29 a barrel, while the U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures declined by 1.6% to trade at $68.65 a barrel.

read more... 19/10/2018


Daily (16.10.2018): EU carbon prices dropped by more than 9% in a weaker session on Monday as Brexit deal not reached yet

Oil prices increased on Monday, backed by geopolitical tensions after the disappearance of a Saudi journalist, fueling supply worries from the world’s top crude exporter. The price increase was tempered nonetheless by long-term demand concerns. Therefore, Brent crude price rose by 0.4% to settle at $80.78 a barrel.

read more... 16/10/2018


Centrica trumpets distributed energy

Distributed energy, including onsite generation and storage, could deliver potential carbon dioxide emission savings of 137 million tonnes by 2030 in the UK, according to a new report by Centrica.

read more... 15/10/2018


Daily (08.10.2018): European carbon prices jumped on Friday in a strong auction, posting over a 5% gain for the week

Oil crude prices were almost steady, in a balanced market, as Saudi Arabia and Russia declared about its intention to raise production to partly offset the disruption in Iran exports, as soon as U.S. sanctions will be applied on the 4th of November WTI crude remained stable and traded at $74.34 a barrel, whereas Brent price slipped by 0.5% to close at $84.16 a barrel.

read more... 08/10/2018


Daily (26.09.2018): The carbon contracts traded almost 5% lower on Tuesday due to a bearish energy complex

Oil futures continued to rise on Tuesday, on concerns over global supply, once U.S. sanctions on Iran’s crude exports will be applied in November. The increase in prices was limited by Donald Trump’s call on OPEC to raise production. Brent crude added 0.8%, extending its 4-year peak to $81.87 a barrel. Meanwhile, WTI crude edged 0.3% higher to $72.28 a barrel due to falling U.S. inventories.

read more... 26/09/2018