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Monthly Archives: March 2007

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Energy Certificates:

admin March 30, 2007

UK households are said to be responsible for a quarter of the UK’s total carbon emissions and the Energy Performance Certificate is the Governments latest step in attempting to change house-holders’ attitudes a greener home. TheRenewableEnergyCentre.co.uk today joined the debate surrounding the new Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) launching this year. The EPC’s are just one… Continue Reading »

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EU Energy Markets:

admin March 29, 2007

Wholesale gas market development will continue at a rapid rate in Europe, particularly after July 2007 when the markets fully liberalise. However, research indicates that the prospects for the development of these markets will continue to show enormous variation across the EU. As market liberalization continues, the importance of wholesale gas markets in Europe is… Continue Reading »

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UK Winter 2007 Gas Supplies:

admin March 29, 2007

Ofgem has published international network utility National Grid’s first consultation on UK energy supplies for winter 2007. The utility has reported that significant investment in new gas provisions should continue to ease the gas supply situation looking forward, but has warned against complacency. National Grid commented that while gas supplies from the North Sea are… Continue Reading »

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Winter Gas Supply Uncertainty:

admin March 27, 2007

Britain still faces gas supply uncertainty next winter because new import facilities do not guarantee delivery and demand could be much higher, network operator National Grid said on Tuesday. Britain sailed through an unusually warm winter very comfortably supplied with gas and without really testing its improved import infrastructure, National Grid said. But new pipelines… Continue Reading »

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Oil Prices Climb:

admin March 26, 2007

Oil prices rose above US$62 a barrel in Asian trading Monday on continued tensions between Iran and the West following Iran’s detention of British naval personnel. British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Sunday called the Iranian seizure of the 15 sailors and marines “unjustified and wrong,” saying that London saw their situation as “very serious.”… Continue Reading »

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