German Energy Pricing Trends - 18 Feb. 2021

German Electricity Pricing | 18 February 2021

Electricity prices fell again significantly compared to the previous week. Mild temperatures were the reason for a sharp fall in prices.

German Natural Gas Pricing | 18 February 2021

Gas prices also fell significantly. Prices were supported by the cold spell last week. Faster LNG deliveries and milder temperature forecasts for the end of February also contributed to the price reduction.

German CO2 Pricing | 18 February 2021

The CO2 prices once again caused an all-time high when the € 40/t mark was exceeded last week. The expectation of an ambitious European climate policy was a bullish factor.

German Oil Pricing | 18 February 2021

Oil prices rose sharply. In addition to the high demand from Asia, especially from China, the stable production in the Opec + countries resulted in higher prices.

German Coal Pricing | 18 February 2021

Coal prices fell sharply. The decline in coal prices was due to declines in the price of Chinese coal. The range has also increased due to the arrival of several cargo loads from Russia in Europe.

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