German Energy Pricing Trends - 4 Feb. 2021

German Electricity Pricing | 4 February 2021

Electricity prices fell in a weekly comparison. Electricity prices were based on the CO2 market. Once again, tightened lockdowns due to corona mutations and bottlenecks in vaccine deliveries caused concern.

German Natural Gas Pricing | 4 February 2021

Gas prices rose slightly. The expectations of more LNG deliveries to Europe caused bearish price developments. The expectation of a cold snap in the next week supported prices.

German CO2 Pricing | 4 February 2021

Last week, the CO2 prices started with a bearish mood, which were strengthened by the prospect of the auction returning and the weak energy market.

German Oil Pricing | 4 February 2021

Oil prices moved sideways in the past week but then ended up with a slight increase. The oil market was unfazed against the backdrop of thin news and compared to the stock market.

German Coal Pricing | 4 February 2021

Coal prices rose slightly - price support was provided by a recovery in import demand in important importing countries such as India, as well as a relaxation of Chinese import restrictions.

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