The previous week in the Nordic energy market was very much characterised by the weather forecasts. The first trading days were characterised by falling prices, as the Nordic region finally experienced mild weather and increasing precipitation at the same time as the fuel markets fell slightly. However, at the start of week 49, prices climbed again as it looks like the cold and dry weather will return by week 50. Overall, the contracts therefore ended with only minor price falls. The Q1-18 contract fell by EUR 0.29/MWh to EUR 32.90/MWh, while the YR-18 contract fell by EUR 0.38/MWh, closing at EUR 26.92/MWh on Monday.
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December 14 2017. Following Tuesday’s accident in Austria, which led to massive price gains on the European gas markets, the situation has returned to normal.
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It does not yet look like winter is going to set in for real in the Nordic region. Milder weather forecasts as we head towards Christmas resulted in falling prices in the Nordic energy market last week.