German Gas Volumes Rise With French Power in July, Trayport Says

Trading at German natural gas hubs NetConnect Germany and Gaspool climbed in July from a month earlier as French power volume rose, according to Trayport Ltd.

German power trading increased on a monthly and annual basis along with volumes in European carbon emission allowances, Trayport said in an e-mailed report.

The following table lists volumes as well as annual and monthly changes for European natural gas, power, coal and emissions, according to Trayport’s Euro Commodities Market Dynamics Analysis report. Trayport compiles data on broker bilateral, broker-cleared and exchange-executed trades.

Commodity      Units   Jul.-13   Jun.-14  Jul.-14   m/m    y/y
-------------  ------  ------   ------   -------   ----   ----
NBP U.K. gas    TWh       880    1,499    1,620      8%    84%
TTF Dutch gas   TWh       582    1,011    1,261     23%   117%
NCG German gas  TWh       111      131      145     11%    31%
Gaspool Germany TWh        71       61       90     46%    27%
German power    TWh       418      310      439     42%     5%
U.K. Power      TWh        66       76       88     16%    34%
French Power    TWh        28       44       66     51%   139%
European coal   m tons    173      189      194      3%    12%
S. Africa coal  m tons     39       36       48     34%    24%
EUA carbon      m tons    493      422      602     43%    22%
CER carbon      m tons     22       14       17     17%   -25%
NOTE: Trayport began compiling data in Jan. 2011

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