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Monthly Archives: September 2011

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Cut Business Electricity Bills By 25%

admin September 27, 2011

Energy efficiency and energy management are the trending topics of the UK energy industry these days. By trending topics I mean that these two terms are the subject of discussion in many board meetings of small, medium and large corporations across the UK, but according to the Carbon Trust there are still a high number of businesses overlooking them.

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UK Gas Prices to Rise Before 2012:

admin September 20, 2011

Earlier this month we reported that wholesale gas prices were on the rise again, due to a series of factors. Now as we approach the winter with the need for heating in the UK, demand on the rise in Europe, as well as Asia, the predictions are that UK gas prices will increase towards the end of the year. One of the main reasons of this rise is the diversion of LNG cargos to Asia, where prices and demand are higher, which will then force the UK and Europe to put their prices up in order to compete.

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Save Energy With Heat Recovery:

admin September 14, 2011

Heat recovery is one of the most efficient thermodynamic technologies that could help businesses save thousands of pounds each year on their energy bills. According to the Carbon Trust, each year millions of pounds leak out from UK businesses in the form of wasted heat, which was the main reason they published “Heat Recovery – A guide to key systems and applications”.

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Energy Market Report Sep11:

admin September 8, 2011

Our monthly analysis of the UK gas and power markets is now available on line for the month of September 2011. The service is intended to keep you up to date with all the major news in Europe’s gas and power markets. It is also designed to keep power executives focused on market activity in an easy to digest format.

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Rising UK Wholesale Gas Prices

admin September 6, 2011

There are rumours that Norway are planning to divert Europipe 1 supply to Germany, also unexpected operational problems from ConocoPhillip’s Theddlethorpe gas terminal, amongst other factors such as Belgian LNG tankers redirected to Japan, PX’s Teesside plant scheduled maintenance outage in September and Qatargas rolling maintenance over the coming months are all contributing in the rise in UK wholesale gas prices.

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