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16 Jan 2017

Energy Update for 16th January 2017

Last week energy prices increased across the curve for both electricity and gas, though they showed signs of falling off towards the end of the week and that trend has continued this morning. The trend last week was an interesting Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates
10 Jan 2017

Energy Update for 9th January 2017

Over the whole week energy prices ended down across the whole of the curve. This was mainly driven by an oversupply of gas and towards the beginning of the week a very strong pound. There was a recovery in prices Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates
02 Dec 2016

A cap on oil production – what are the ramifications?

Chris Barrett After months of volatility in energy prices driven (we are told) by speculation that oil production might be capped, it has finally happened. The consequence – oil prices soaring and energy prices…..doing very little…! The main explanation for Read on →

Filed under: Energy
18 Nov 2016

From April 2017 businesses can switch water supplier

Steven Godfrey What’s happening to my water supplier? From 1st April 2017 all non-domestic water supplies in England will be deregulated (Wales is deregulated only for large consumers and Scotland deregulated in 2008). Non-domestic customers will be able to choose Read on →

Filed under: Water
28 Sep 2016

Manage your “Grey Fleet”

Posted by: Gillian Gibbon Grey fleet drivers are employees that drive their own cars for business. Having grey fleet drivers can be more beneficial where users do not have high business mileage, but these drivers can sometimes be hard to Read on →

22 Sep 2016

Cost Control can be a Headache

Time waits for no man, and in business that is particularly true; before you know it, two-thirds of the calendar year have gone.  A survey of 500 bosses by Heathrow Express, right at the start of the year, found that Read on →

Filed under: Cost Management