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European traded gas hubs: an updated analysis

This Energy Insight provides an analysis on the maturity and development of European traded gas hubs, including both longer-term established hubs and recently emerging ones, both from a liquidity and price perspective, in order to...Lees verder
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UK Storage encounters a Rough patch

On April 12 Centrica Storage announced the suspension of injections at the Rough gas storage facility until at least May 2018. Whilst the market had to some extent been pre-warned of the problems the relatively...Lees verder
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Qatar Lifts its LNG Moratorium

The recently announced intention by Qatar to lift its long-running moratorium on new LNG projects and to produce some 20 bcma of LNG in 5 to 7 years’ time is a highly significant development for...Lees verder
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The vanishing LNG market in Brazil

Over the past two to three years growing LNG demand in South America has provided an important outlet for LNG supply, in particular in 2016 when the majority of new US LNG exports ended up...Lees verder
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Oil Benchmarks: what next?’

For the trading community, 2017’s ‘IP week’ in London (20-23 February) was not just concerned with the forecast level of crude oil prices, but about how those prices are expressed, assessed and reported. Once again...Lees verder
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Russian Oil Production Outlook to 2020

This paper, carried out as a joint piece of research by OIES and ERI RAS (the Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences) assesses the prospects for Russian oil production to 2020 and...Lees verder
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