Following yesterday’s announcement of Market Suspension by the AEMO, ASX issued this response … but I’ve only had time to copy this in now: ASX Electricity Futures and Options – Response to AEMO announcement Notice reference number: 0649.22.06 Date published: 15/06/22 Effective…
Prompted by a tweet from Dylan McConnell, here’s a trended look at price and volume for baseload ASX Energy futures contracts for Q3 2022 (and the picture’s not pretty).
A first look at the extended outage of Loy Yang A2 in Victoria following an electrical fault on Not-So-Good Friday, 15th April 2022.
Now making it 5 out of the past 6 years, we return to the analysis of electricity (spot and futures) pricing patterns for Q2 periods across the NEM regions … and also in Western Australia. We see a number of ways in which Q2 2021 was ‘anything but boring’!
Carl Daley of EnergyByte examines the ramifications of the Callide Power Station outage and discusses the big losers and winners from the situation.
Discussion in a number of different places (including an AFR article today) prompted me to pull some data together of how (spot and futures) prices have trended through 2021, and how they changed with the Callide C4 problems.
Prompted by several different conversations offline in early 2021, I’ve taken a quick look at what have been traded volumes (on ASX) of the traditional ‘PEAK’ hedge contract for the NSW, QLD, VIC and SA regions. What does this tell us about a market view of the energy transition?
Some observations about where average demand in the NEM has trended over the 12 years of NEM history, following the work done in compiling the 2011 Issue of the “Power Trading Schematic” Market Map.