Brexit is coming at a time when there are already major challenges facing the future of natural gas in the UK energy mix. Back at the turn of the century the UK was self sufficient in natural gas, today it imports almost half the gas that is consumed
This paper first reviews coal power generation trends in the European Union, then summarizes coal phase-out policies in the EU and its major member states, and finally analyzes implications of the coal phase-out considering the differences in ...
In the European gas market we see evidence of over-contracting and price degradation. In Asia, two simultaneously pricing mechanisms represent a “Toxic” hybrid structure.
The European Union energy system is becoming greener and more efficient, but its most polluting component - coal - continues to provide a quarter of its electricity.
The author explores the implications of Gazprom's strategy to prioritise production from new more expensive fields rather than exploit some of its lower cost assets...
The battle between Russian & LNG imports will determine pipeline flow patterns, regas utilisation and requirement for storage flexibility. Drivers of midstream asset value.
EU Gas Imports grow; supplier diversity increases due to a boost in LNG trade. LNG will dominate gas trade in the future and pushes integration of regional markets stepwise further.
The US and Caspian Export prospects via the Vertical Gas Corridor: Implications for EU Energy Security and Energy Market Integration in Eastern Europe and the Western Balkans.
￼Where will European supply come from? Domestic production stable with potential decrease in the 2nd half due to more stringent cap on Groningen field.
While geopolitical considerations still influence the public debate about Nord Stream 2, in the EU, the topic has shifted to a rather technical discussion of energy market regulation.