Winter in Chinatown, New York Global Markets

Gas price volatility to persist in US northeast

Frigid weather is set to continue in the US northeast, which could further delay the start of LNG exports from the Dominion Cove Point plant.

By Abhishek Kumar 19 January 2018
Global Markets

UK vulnerable to winter price spikes

With gas stocks still not fully replenished, Europe faces a tight winter. The UK is among the most vulnerable to price spikes.

22 October 2013
Global Markets

Taiwan’s LNG import prices fall in July

The average cost of Taiwan’s LNG imports dropped in July to the lowest level since December 2012. This followed a jump in cost, volume and average price in June.

11 October 2013
Global Markets

Canadian storage portrays growing discrepancy

A growing discrepancy in the gas storage capacity between the east and west consuming regions of Canada, could result in severe supply constraints in parts of the country and the neighbouring United States.

4 October 2013
Global Markets

Renewables advance on gas in Chile, but coal’s the winner

Persistent declines in domestic gas production and growing demand for energy in the country have made Chile reliant on imported LNG among other fossil fuels.

20 September 2013
Global Markets

European gas storage – still more storage left to fill

For leading markets in Northern Europe, the gap to be filled ahead of winter remains larger than in previous years.

2 August 2013
Global Markets

Gazprom prices into Europe set to fall in 2013

The average price of Russian gas sold into Europe will be lower in 2013 than in 2012.

7 June 2013
Contributed

Oil indexation in European gas: Quo Vadis?

The European gas contracting space is undergoing a transformation, says Ashutosh Shastri, founder of EnerStrat Consulting.

23 April 2013
Global Markets

Economic pressure intensifies in Egypt

Fragile macroeconomic fundamentals, declining gas production and growing demand have put Egypt’s oil and gas sector under strain. Structural changes are needed, but the government is reluctant to implement unpopular reforms.

20 March 2013
Global Markets

Subsidy reform in the Middle East & North Africa

Growing deficits are increasing the pressure on Middle Eastern and North African countries to cut energy subsidies, but the road ahead looks long and slow.

19 February 2013
Contributed

Will there be a move to hub-based pricing in Asia?

The debate on Asian gas price indexation is gathering pace. LNG consultant Andy Flower, who has worked in the gas business for more than 30 years, says Asia will see a mix of oil-linked and hub-based pricing over the next decade.

19 February 2013
Global Markets

Weather data and forecasts

For most of the world's leading gas markets the winter is a period of peak demand, with weather significantly influencing demand and trade balances.

22 January 2013
Global Markets

Argentina's ever-increasing reliance on Bolivia

Domestic gas production in Argentina fell by around 2% in the first 10 months of 2012 compared with the same period a year ago, according to data from the country’s Energy Secretariat.

4 January 2013
Global Markets

Turkey – balancing politics and gas

Turkey is securing new supplies for its expanding gas market, but must balance this with complicated political relationships.

18 December 2012
Global Markets

Interview: CEGH switches to virtual hub

The Vienna-based Central European Gas Hub (CEGH) is set to switch to a Virtual Trading Point in 2013. Global Gas Analytics interviewed CEGH Chief Executive Gottfried Steiner on what the change means for the industry.

18 December 2012
Global Markets

Gas to maintain dominant position in US power

The share of gas in the US power sector is unlikely to diminish despite recent rises in Henry Hub futures price as power generation using coal or nuclear offer limited incentives

18 December 2012
Contributed

Patrick Heren on role of price reporting agencies

Many gas contracts are indexed to oil and gas prices published by price reporting agencies, whose methods are under increasing scrutiny. Patrick Heren says the PRAs still have relevance, despite the growth in electronic trading.

18 December 2012
Global Markets

Oil-indexed contracts: down but not out

A number of new contracts have highlighted the decline in oil-indexed contracts in Europe and Asia, but several factors are holding back the move towards complete hub-indexation.

23 October 2012
Global Markets

The burden of market constraining subsidies

Long-term market growth in Malaysia and Indonesia are dependent on reducing subsidies and amending pricing structures. Both countries are making progress, but at varying speeds.

23 October 2012

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