Report of Trade on Natural Gas Exchange of Third Quarter of 2013 Has Been Announced
Natural gas market operator UAB GET Baltic in order to inform all the natural gas market participants and other interested parties about trading on the natural gas Exchange has announced Report of Trade on Natural Gas Exchange of the third quarter of 2013. In third quarter of this year, active trade on Natural Gas Exchange of GET Baltic was in the end of August and in the end of September. The trade turnover of third quarter was 1230 thou. m3 of natural gas with a value of more than 1.5 million LTL. The average price was 1234.93 thou. m3during this period.
In this quarter, there were 37 deals realized on the Exchange (6 deals in August, 31 deals in September). The highest volume of the fulfilled deal was 100 thou. m3. The total traded volume in August was 180 thou. m3 and in September was 1050 thou. m3, this is significantly higher volume than in previous months. On 30 September the record daily volume, which was 390 thou. m3, was traded.
In August, the average price on the Exchange was 1229.50 LTL, this was 6.36 LTL less than on September when the average price was 1235.86 LTL. The highest price of fulfilled deal in third quarter was 1246 LTL/thou. m3, executed on 29 September, the lowest price of fulfilled deal was 1229 LTL/thou. m3, executed on 29 – 31 of August. The difference between the highest ant the lowest price in fulfilled deal of third quarter was 17 LTL. The price of fulfilled deals were fluctuating in 15 LTL interval in September, while in August fluctuation was only in 1 LTL interval.
To review the trade on the Exchange since the beginning of this year, the total traded volume was 1678 thou. m3 with a value of more than 2.1 million LTL. There was traded 72 per cent of total traded volume on the Exchange during third quarter of this year.
More detailed information is on the Report of Trade on Natural Gas Exchange of the third quarter of 2013.
The Report of Trade on Natural Gas Exchange of the third quarter of 2013 has been announced on the web page www.getbaltic.com.