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Experts in helping your business navigate the challenges of a complex energy market
BEYOND ENERGY SUPPLY
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Committed to providing energy supply solutions to Industrial & Commercial consumers
Wholesale market experts
The wholesale energy market is the largest single driver of consumer energy prices. Our experienced trading and pricing team can help you understand and effectively manage your commodity risk. Asides from UK power and gas markets, our trading team also have access to European energy and environmental markets.
Getting the basics right
By solely working with larger energy consumers, we provide a high degree of specialisation and focus to customers. Our end-to-end systems ensure that from the point of quote through to renewal, we can work together in a timely, accurate and transparent manner that delivers the best results to our customers.
A tailored approach
Our customers are at the centre of what we do. We work with businesses from a broad spectrum of industries that have significantly different expectations of their energy contracts. The contracts we put in place are all structured to meet the needs of individual businesses.
Energy markets are changing
The move away from fossil fuels is creating unprecedented change. Our agile and data driven approach means we can be at the front of innovation, ensuring new perspectives and product growth. By working with Brook Green, customers will be best positioned to unlock flexibility and unrealised value, whilst adapting to the changing energy mix and regulatory landscape.
Energy markets continued their volatile nature last week as the market saw a mass sell off through pricing curves. This began with the UK market selling off after the long bank holiday weekend, dropping 180p/therm on front month NBP contracts.
Last week saw continued high prices as there appears to be no stopping the bulls in the current climate. Prices along the curves and across the energy spectrum saw gains as risk continues to be priced into energy contracts.
Last week saw volatility as the markets remained nervous amid a poor outlook for winter supply. Gazprom
announced that flows via Nord Stream 1 were going to be cut further, down to 20% of it’s capacity.
Last week saw the continuation of volatility as Nord Stream 1 maintenance came to an end. The market spent the first few days of the week anticipating the outcome of the 10-day Nord Stream 1 annual maintenance.
The energy markets continued their volatility last week with change to the shape of pricing curves. Front month Aug-22 contracts sold off on Friday afternoon as the risk premium was shed as it gets closer to delivery.