LONDON, Oct 11 (Reuters) - British and Dutch wholesale gas
prices rose on Monday morning, reversing previous losses on
Friday, on forecasts of colder weather.
* British gas for immediate delivery rose by
pence to 1.95 pounds per therm by 0832 GMT
* British gas for November delivery added 10.50
to 2.26 pounds per therm.
* The November gas price at the Dutch TTF hub
7.70 euros at 91.50 euros per megawatt hour (MWh), whereas the
contract for December delivery rose by 8.20 euros
to 92 euros/MWh.
* "Prices might see an upward correction after two days of
softness. The gas for power forecast is bullish on day-ahead, 9
mcm/d up," Refinitive analysts said.
* "Although the weather forecast adjusted towards over the
weekend, this week should be cooler and LDZ consumption higher,
which can add to the bullish concerns," they added.
* LDZ consumption refers to local distribution zone demand,
is mainly used for heating.
* The UK gas system was around 5 million cubic metres (mcm)
over-supplied on Monday, National Grid data showed.
* In the UK, peak wind power generation was forecast at
gigawatts (GW) on Monday and slightly lower at 6.1 gigawatts on
Tuesday, Elexon data showed. Lower wind output typically raises
gas demand from power plants.
* UK wind power generation is well below the seasonal normal
with wind speeds expected to rise on Thursday, Refinitiv
* Analysts at Engie EnergyScan said coal prices in Asia are
higher, which could signal stronger buying of coal and gas by
power producers, which could put upward pressure on the JKM, and
therefore European gas.
* European coal API2 coal futures for 2022 rose
$10.50 to $142.50/tonne.
* The benchmark Dec-21 EU carbon contract rose by
euro to 59.83 euros per tonne.
(Reporting by Marwa Rashad; editing by Nina Chestney)