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Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Wildcat gives you a head-start on the week and a round-up of what mattered last week.

By The Wildcat 20 November 2017
Global Markets

Increased interconnectivity could make TTF Europe's most traded hub

The TTF’s interconnectivity to other major European markets could lead the Dutch market to overtake the NBP as Europe’s most liquid and traded hub, Bert den Ouden, chief executive of APX-Endex, told Interfax on Tuesday at the Gastech conference in London.

9 October 2012
Global Markets

Market will determine US LNG exports – execs

The industry is also overestimating the future role of Henry Hub indexed-pricing on LNG cargoes, delegates at the Gastech conference have heard.

9 October 2012
Global Markets

Libyan PM dismissed

Libya’s parliament dismissed their recently appointed prime minister over the weekend after his choice of cabinet was rejected for a second time, Reuters reported.

8 October 2012
Global Markets

Chavez wins another six years

Analysts are not predicting immediate change to the country’s oil and gas sector as a consequence.

8 October 2012
Global Markets

‘Worst is over’ for US gas prices – Simmons & Co

Analysts at investment bank Simmons and Co have forecast a recovery in gas prices, expecting them to stay above $3.00 per million Btu in 2013.

5 October 2012
Global Markets

New Latin

UK PM David Cameron’s Americas tour revealed a weak recollection of schoolboy Latin, but he relished an audience with Petrobras chief executive Maria das Gracas Silva Foster.

3 October 2012
Global Markets

Kazakhstan, Russia discuss oil and gas cooperation

Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev met with Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller on Tuesday, the president's press office said in a press release.

2 October 2012
Global Markets

Regulatory uncertainty hampering UK gas industry investment

Regulatory uncertainty in the UK is potentially holding back the entry of certain suppliers into the market and limiting investment, Rune Bjørnson, senior vice president of natural gas at Statoil, told the Gas Forum Annual Conference in London on Tuesday.

2 October 2012
Global Markets

Russia approves protocol draft for oil and gas council dissolution

The Russian government has approved the draft of protocol which would result in the dissolution of a council founded in 1993 to aid cooperation in oil and gas with CIS member countries.

1 October 2012
Global Markets

French energy regulator slams 2% tariff increase

French energy regulator the Commission de Régulation de l’Energie (CRE) has said the 2% tariff increase, imposed by the government in September, falls far short of a satisfactory level and inhibits competition in the gas market.

1 October 2012
Global Markets

Soco eyes Vietnam expansion near disputed waters

London Stock Exchange-listed Soco International is keen to expand its Vietnam exploration portfolio by picking up offshore assets near waters contested by China, Roger Cagle, Soco’s chief executive and financial officer, told Interfax.

1 October 2012
Global Markets

APX-Endex launches inaugural ZTP products

Trading at the newly inaugurated Zeebrugge Trading Point began on Thursday, according to Anglo-Dutch energy exchange APX-Endex.

27 September 2012
Global Markets

Regulators attempt to reduce risks posed by high-frequency trading

Trading algorithms must be tested and approved by both traders and exchanges, according to a document produced by the Futures and Options Association (FOA), in order to limit concerns about electronic trading activity.

25 September 2012
Global Markets

Shah Deniz II open to full spot indexation

Gas supplied from the Shah Deniz II project could be offered to certain buyers on a fully spot-indexed basis, according to BP, a stakeholder in the project.

25 September 2012
Global Markets

A traumatic week for the energy-complex

WTI and Brent crude oil, and Henry Hub gas futures each saw declines of more than 8% this week but, whatever the trigger was, this drop has merely brought the market back in line with the fundamentals.

21 September 2012
Global Markets

Kyrgyzstan and Russia set for economic integration, presidents say

Kyrgyzstan and Russia are set for economic integration, presidents Vladimir Putin and Almazbek Atambayev said in a statement published during the Bishkek negotiations on Thursday.

20 September 2012
Global Markets

UK new transmission system exit capacity arrangements set for 1 October

The UK’s new transmission system exit capacity arrangements will be implemented on 1 October, National Grid told the market on Wednesday.

20 September 2012
Global Markets

Traders ‘disappointed’ by National Grid REMIT centralisation

Overwhelming support has been given for National Grid to provide a centralised REMIT notification service, the British transmission system operator said on Wednesday, although traders deemed the service lacklustre.

20 September 2012
Global Markets

Japan may launch gas futures market to prevent costly import fees

Japan is eyeing plans to launch a gas futures market in order to secure cheaper and more diverse sources of gas to meet rising LNG demand, local media has reported.

20 September 2012
Global Markets

GDF Suez’ 7% gas tariff hike rebuffed by French government

GDF Suez’ plans for a 7% gas tariff increase have been rebuffed by the French government, which is in favour of a more moderate rise when the increase is implemented for the new gas year on 1 October.

19 September 2012

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