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Slow recovery expected for German power prices

Low prices for coal and carbon allowances, coupled with the renewables expansion and subdued demand, continue to depress German wholesale electricity prices.

24 June 2015
LNG

Chinese wholesale LNG prices still sliding

Chinese wholesale LNG prices slid by 0.32% last week from the previous week.

24 June 2015
Supply & Demand

GreenStream volumes decline for third week

North African pipeline deliveries to Europe fell by 2.3% in Week 25 as volumes through GreenStream dwindled for the third week in a row.

23 June 2015
Supply & Demand

Asian CIF prices plunge to less than $7/MMBtu

Spot LNG prices for buyers in northeast Asia dipped below $7/MMBtu last week for the first time in 2015 – a record low not seen since before March 2011.

23 June 2015
Supply & Demand

Latin America’s bear market bonanza

Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and Chile have already saved around $1 billion in the first few months of 2015 on gas imports, despite importing record volumes.

22 June 2015
LNG

Europe’s FSRU projects at a glance

Europe is expanding its floating regasification capacity. Interfax takes a look at the planned and existing FSRU projects across the continent.

22 June 2015
EU Energy Policy

Five key policies to peak emissions by 2020 – IEA

Global energy-related emissions could peak by 2020 at no net economic cost, according to the International Energy Agency.

22 June 2015
Global Markets

US states report residential gas prices

Average residential gas prices varied between states in the US from $6.21/MMBtu to $37.31/MMBtu in February 2015.

19 June 2015
LNG

Japan returns to trade surplus in 2015

Japan posted a trade surplus for the first time since 2012 in February – the same month LNG became the country’s principal import commodity above crude oil.

18 June 2015
Supply & Demand

European imports from Russia declining – BP

The EU recorded its biggest annual fall in gas consumption on record in 2014, with a sluggish economic recovery and competition from renewables and coal being responsible for the drop.

18 June 2015
EU Energy Policy

EU’s renewables target still a challenge – report

A number of EU countries may find it challenging to reach their legally binding 2020 renewables targets despite being on track to meet their interim national targets.

17 June 2015
LNG

Chinese wholesale LNG price slide continues

Chinese LNG suppliers cut prices last week to reduce stockpiles that have built up as a result of low downstream demand.

17 June 2015
Supply & Demand

Africa-Europe flows up for second week in row

North African pipeline deliveries into Europe rose for the second consecutive week in Week 24 to 593.8 MMcm, according to data from Spanish and Italian grid operators.

16 June 2015
LNG

Asian LNG prices take a dip on mild weather

Asian spot LNG prices edged down 0.14% at the start of June’s second week as mild temperatures helped reduce the demand for gas-derived electricity.

16 June 2015
Exploration & Production

Mexico bets on boost from Gulf finds

Four new discoveries announced by Mexican state-run company Pemex last week have the potential to boost Mexico’s gas production by around 2.6%.

15 June 2015
Supply & Demand

European LNG imports to double by 2020 – IEA

Europe’s falling gas production over the rest of the decade will spur growth in LNG imports to help make up the difference, according to the IEA.

15 June 2015
Exploration & Production

Nigerian LNG exports up by 13% in 2014 – BP

Nigeria’s LNG exports increased by 13.1% year on year in 2014, reaching 25.3 bcm. The increase was not as large as it could have been given NLNG's difficult 2013, however.

12 June 2015
LNG

BP figures suggest tough 2014 for gas

Gas consumption growth was below average in 2014 and global trade declined suggesting it was a poor year for the fuel, according to the BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2015

11 June 2015
LNG

Asia Pacific covers just 20% of global gas demand

Asia Pacific was only responsible for 20% of global consumption in 2014, despite its huge energy demand.

11 June 2015
EU Energy Policy

Contractual congestion blocking gas trade – ACER

An ACER report highlights the problem of contractual congestion on interconnectors across the EU, particularly in southern and southeastern Europe.

10 June 2015

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