ENERGY BRIEFING

 

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  Energy Briefing is a quarterly publication produced specifically to keep management informed about developments in the energy sector.

“The Energy Briefings we receive from Swan Energy as part of our consultancy package are very informative and help inform us on our view of where the energy market is heading.” Andy Sheridan, Services Facilities Manager, Manchester Airport

Energy Briefing comprises two sections.  The first is a concise, high-level review of developments affecting utilities over the preceding quarter; this is complemented by a unique energy price forecast section.  These forecasts are an authoritative guide to future energy prices which many readers find invaluable in the preparation of budgets and business plans.

Some of the issues covered in the April edition include:

    • UK generates more electricity from wind than from coal for first time
    • New gas fired power station opens near Manchester
    • US oil exports hit new records
    • Decommissioning of North Sea fields could cost UK government £24bn
    • Dong pledges to stop burning coal by 2023
    • Thames Water handed record £20.3m fine for sewerage leaks
    • UK government given final warning from EU over breaches of air pollution standards
    • Plus much more…

Archive:

Quarter 2 2016 (April 2016)

Quarter 3 2016 (July 2016)

Quarter 4 2016 (October 2016)

Quarter 1 2017 (January 2017)

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The current Energy Briefing circulation includes senior management in many leading organisations in the UK. Current readership includes, amongst others:

ADM Erith, Aldi Stores, Ltd Anchor, Anglian Home Improvements, Anglian Water Business, Archer Daniels, Midland Erith, Lid Arqiva Limited, Asda, Associated British Foods, Associated British Ports, Astrazeneca, AWE B&Q plc, Barnardo’s, Barry Callebaut Manufacturing Ltd, Belfast Harbour Commissioners, Bernard Matthews Ltd, Brett Group, Bridgnorth Aluminium Ltd, Bristol Water plc, British Polythene Industries plc, BT plc, Business Stream, Carillion PLC, Cleveland Potash Ltd, Crown Commercial Service, Dairy Crest Ltd, Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Eastern Shires, ENER-G Procurement Ltd, energyexcel llp, Enterprise Inns, Fujitsu Fullers, Gemserv GSH UK Ltd,
Enterprise Inns, Fujitsu Fullers, Gemserv GSH UK Ltd, Hanson UK, Hope Construction Materials, Huhtamaki Lurgan, Ibstock Brick Ltd, Iceland Foods Ltd, Imperial Tobacco Ltd, Inditex Innovia Films Ltd, James Cropper PLC, Jones Lang LaSalle Ltd, Kodak Ltd Ladbrokes Betting & Gaming Ltd, Lafarge UK Purchasing, LASER Energy Buying Group, Liverpool City Council, London Underground Ltd, Longcliffe Quarries Ltd, Mace Group Manx Electricity Authority, Marks & Spencer Plc, MEUC, Mid West Energy Group, Mitchells & Butlers, National Grid Gas Commercial, NEC Group, Nestle UK Ltd, Network Rail, Northern Ireland Water, Northumbrian Water Ltd, EDF Energy, Numatic International Ltd,

Premier Foods Plc, RES Rolls-Royce PLC, Royal Mail, Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd, Saint-Gobain Delegation UK, Seagate Technology (Ireland), Severn Trent Water, South West Water Ltd, Southern Water, Tarmac Ltd, TelecityGroup, International Limited, Tesco Stores, Thames Water, Utilities Ltd, The British Library, The FA, Toyota  Manufacturing UK Ltd, Trinity Mirror, UK Power Networks, Unifrax Ltd, University College London, University of Birmingham, University of Warwick, Virgin Money, Wallwork Heat Treatment Ltd, Waterscan Ltd, Waterstones, Wellcome Trust, Welsh Health Supplies, Wessex Water, West Mercia Energy, Western Power Distribution, Wind Direct, William Hill Organisation, Yorkshire Water, YPO