Daily (18.04.2017): German spot power climbed by almost 135%

18/04/2017 10:10 Daily


Crude oil recuperated earlier losses on Monday in passive trading, but signs that the United States is continuing to increase production offset strong economic growth in China and OPEC-led efforts to reduce output.

Brent crude prices were down 53 cents, settling at $55.36 per barrel at the beginning of the week.  U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures slipped back by 53 cents, closing at $52.65 per barrel on Monday. U.S. crude oil production registered 9.24 million barrels per day (bpd), according to the latest Energy Information Administration data, making it the world's third-largest producer after Russia and Saudi Arabia.


German spot power climbed considerably, or by almost 135% on Monday, hitting 34.30 euros per megawatt-hour (MWh), due to a higher demand caused by a cold weather. Meanwhile cold weather also affected French spot power prices, which show signs of recovering, jumping by around 15% to close at 35.69 euros per MWh.

French group Veolia inks 886 mln euros Mexico City deal

22/05/2017 13:46:00

French utility Veolia has inked an agreement with Mexico City estimated at 886 million euros ($991 million) to run a waste incinerator whose heat will be used by the city's subway system, as stated by Veolia on Monday.


Daily (22.05.2017): Oil prices posted a 5% weekly gain on Friday

22/05/2017 11:10:00

Oil futures rose on Friday to the highest level in nearly a month on growing optimism that big producing countries will extend output reductions to curb a persistent glut in crude.


PGE decides to acquire EDF's Polish power plants for $1.2 billion

22/05/2017 10:50:00

Poland's biggest electricity producer PGE has decided to purchase French group EDF's local power and heating plants for 4.51 billion zlotys ($1.2 billion) counting debt, in a move to raise market share and give the state more control over the country's energy assets.