The Market Expert View: Spring Edition

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With Winter behind us, what does the rest of 2023 have in store for energy markets? Find out in the latest edition of our quarterly webinar series.

We're happy to invite you to join the Spring edition of the Market Expert View Webinars. Three sessions over two days, completely free to all participants in the market – with all the information you need in one place.

We will begin with our Fuels session on the 23rd March, and on the the 29th March we’ll be looking at the Nordics and the European area.


Thursday 23rd March

10:00 AM

Fuels Update

We observe that strongly reduced power consumption has cemented, and this is likely to go on for the entire 2023, affecting carbon demand. For the supply side of the carbon market, the market is awaiting details of significant EUA volumes that are arising from EU lawmakers plan of frontloading EUA volumes that were initially scheduled for later in the twenties. On the gas side, unprecedented high prices in Europe were observed in 2022. Diversifying European gas supply and save energy are the challenges ahead.

Wednesday 29th March

10:00 AM

Nordic Region

Tor Reier Lilleholt will provide an opening comment and Lene Hagen will go through the main topics for the Nordic and Great Britain markets. We will cover the current overview of this winter and the on the situation we have in these markets today, and present our price, followed by the market expectations for 2023.

13:00 PM

European Market Outlook

Joakim Blakstad will provide an outlook for weather as well as the hydrological expectations for the coming spring. Silvia Messa will provide a wrap up of the main fundamentals and our outlook for continental power for the rest of the year.


Guillaume Perret

Director Perret Associates

Tor Reier Lilleholt

Head of Analysis

Joakim Blakstad

Meteorologist / Hydrologist

Silvia Messa

Senior Market Analyst

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