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LTP Nordic 2016-2040 update on Tuesday 15 December

The December edition of MKonline’s Long Term Price Forecast for Nordic Power is set for release on Tuesday 15 December.

Main topics

  • Slowing Chinese economic growth affecting raw materials, fuels and commodities relevant for European power markets
  • Changedperspectives on coal and gas prices for European power markets
  • Simulated power prices five years ahead currently being significantly higher than market prices

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LTP Nordic 2015-2040 update on Monday 16 March

The March edition of MKonline’s Long Term Price Forecast for Nordic Power is set for release on Monday 16 March.

Main updates in the March 2015 edition

  • Updated global coal market perspectives resulting in new expectations to coal prices
  • Revised sectoral consumption prognoses for the Nordic countries: How pulp/paper industry, data storage centers, transport and self-supply of solar power have important impact on our long term power consumption expectations
  • Postponement of the Norway-Germany cable from 2018 till 2020

About LTP

The service is aimed at professionals in need of a medium to long term view on the Nord Pool or adjoining power markets. Equity investors and macro analysts looking for updated information on markets, technological developments and changes in the political frame work will find this product time saving and cost efficient. The online product turns MKonline in to a one-stop-shop for your long term market intelligence.

More information may be found on the product page.

If you have any questions, feel free to send an email to sales@mkonline.com or call us at +47 37 00 97 97.

Long Term Price Forecast – Germany 2015-2035

The October edition of MKonline’s Long Term Price Forecast for Germany (LTP Germany) is set for release on Friday 31 October.

Key topics in the October edition

  • Development of German power balance, including power consumption (energy efficiency, industrial development) and whether Energiewende targets can be reached
  • Price scenarios for German spot market for the period 2015-2035
  • Profound discussions about security of supply mechanisms, including capacity price indications

About MKonline’s LTP products

The service is aimed at professionals in need of a medium to long term view on power markets. Equity investors and macro analysts looking for updated information on markets, technological developments and changes in the political framework will find this product time saving and cost efficient. The online product turns MKonline into a one-stop-shop for your long term market intelligence.

More information may be found on the product page. If you have any questions, feel free to send an email to sales@mkonline.com or call us at +47 37 00 97 97.

Long Term Price Forecast – German Power release date March 3rd

MKonline’s first edition of Long Term Price Forecast for Electric Power in Germany is to be launched on Monday 3rd March 2014. The product is an online service for continuous updated long term fundamentals and price forecasts for the German power market.

Main topics in the current release

The Energiewende has the potential to completely reshape the supply side in the power mix in Germany. The report investigates in detail how the power balance over 2014 to 2030 could develop. High attention is put on production capacity to expire, what will expectedly take its place and how this is interlinked with the Energiewende targets.

Finally, based on the reported fundamental outlook, we provide a power price prognosis for the full period, 2014 to 2030. In this part emphasis is put on how fuel and EUA prices influence the power mix and price path.

Some keywords and questions discussed in this edition:

  • Fallout of Energiewende; what does it mean in terms of power balance?
  • Power consumption; development and composition
  • Nuclear phase-out; what type and amount of new capacity are needed?
  • Exchange capacity development; cold we see growth in both renewables and thermal?
  • Decommissioning of nuclear and thermal capacity; Could security of supply be jeopardized?

Information and price

Read more on the product page. If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email or call us at +47 37 00 97 97.