Your in-depth round-up on European gas market developments

The ICIS European Gas Hub Report provides readers with a comprehensive, quarterly analysis of price and market developments, as well as an outlook for all major trading hubs in Europe. The detailed report covers not only the well established markets of northwest Europe, but the newer and less liquid markets in the Mediterranean and central and eastern Europe.

The European Gas Hub Report, published every October, is a must-have for all stakeholders across the European gas markets, providing expert outlooks for future development and a wealth of hard to come by knowledge on the potential for future trading points like Poland, Turkey and Greece.

Readers of the report also benefit from receiving three additional quarterly updates during the year, ensuring they are always aware of the latest changes to liquidity, counterparties, regulation and infrastructure.

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Report: European Gas Hub Report
Frequency: Annual
Coverage: Europe

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The in-depth report covers 12 European gas markets, providing readers with:

  • The ICIS Tradability Index
  • A comprehensive explanation of activity across all hubs
  • Details on infrastructure and regulatory developments
  • An outlook on developments of trade
  • A data appendix, giving you churn ratios, hub operator volumes, TSO volume data
  • Long-term pricing and hub pricing charts
  • Three quarterly updates, ensuring you stay on top of the latest developments

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