Asian LNG Market Development to 2025: pricing and contractual challenges
Although a remarkable concurrence of events unfolded in the week of 11th December 2017 that may have caused a potential crisis in the UK gas supply, the gas system of the country is very resilient to such events.
Despite having played a leading role in developing the EU’s Internal Energy Market (IEM), the UK is now on course to leave it. What are the implications?
Some EU member-states see the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline as Russia’s latest anti-European weapon. But even if they are right, the threat can be mitigated.
This report provides a detailed evaluation of the long term security of the UK's natural gas supply options.
Based at one end of the Nord Stream pipeline, the SPIMEX price could eventually provide a benchmark for the domestic wholesale gas price and could also provide a foundation for further liberalisation of the gas market.
Study carried out for DG Energy by S&P Global Platts which examines how some of the Southeast Europe (SEE) energy markets were impacted by and performed during the cold spell of January - February 2017
BOTAŞ expects its maximum daily gas supply capacity to almost double by 2023, from the current 252 mcm/d (including storage capacity) to 473 mcm/d as new projects come on stream...
The key to gas fulfilling its potential role as a transition fuel up to and beyond 2030, is that it must be delivered to high income markets below $8/MMbtu, and to low income markets below $6/MMbtu (and ideally closer to $5/MMbtu).
Both countries have ambitious approaches including: ambitious goals for GHG reduction, ambitious goals for energy efficiency, strong programs for renewables & a reluctant attitude towards (new) nuclear