Analysts are seeing a structural, rather than cyclical, shift in US oil and gas markets that will keep prices lower for longer.
LNG volumes from the United States may hinder Latin America’s own LNG export potential.
The NBP day-ahead and month-ahead are both around 45 p/th ($6.81/MMBtu), having fallen over the past week.
Henry Hub front-month futures fell by 9.5% day on day – closing at $2.83/MMBtu – on 20 January.
Energy companies should start preparing for capital reserves requirements under the EU’s Capital Requirements Directive IV and Regulation, as the current exemption for commodities traders expires at the end of 2017.
The alternative transport sector offers opportunities for gas demand growth, but has so far been a missed opportunity for the industry, according to ACER.
The introduction of emission performance standards could push back the deployment of CCS by European utilities uncommitted to the technology, according to environmental NGO Bellona.
The European Commission has temporarily suspended negotiations with the US on the controversial investment protection and ISDS chapter in TTIP.
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