ICIS at E-World 2014

About ICIS at E-world 2014

About ICIS at E-world 11-13 February 2014

ICIS will be showcasing a new product portfolio at E-world Energy & Water in Essen, Germany. With product enhancements as well as the acquisition of Tschach Solutions, there are a number of new developments to hear about at the event.

We will also be offering free market intelligence pieces, which are available to reserve and pick up from the stand- you can view what we are offering here.

Expanded coverage for your pricing and information needs:

New products for planning and forecasting

Latest ICIS news from E-World

 

ICIS Energy Carbon Focus: EU ETS VS California ETS

ICIS Energy Carbon Focus: EU ETS VS California ETS

California celebrates the first year of its carbon emissions trading system and will be linking with Quebec next year. European Daily Carbon Markets deputy editor Silvia Molteni interviews US-based reporter Dan McGraw about how the programme has evolved over the first year, who is active in the market and where prices might end up.

 



  Meet the Editorial Team attending E-World

Thomas Vollmer Analyst (Power Markets)

Thomas Vollmer is an analyst for power markets and analyses the German and Austrian power demand. He can be reached at Thomas.Vollmer@icis.com

Sebastian Stütz Lead Analyst (Power)

Sebastian Stütz is the lead power analyst, looking after forecast models and analytical tools in the EU. He can be reached at Sebastian.Stuetz@icis.com

Simon Walther Analyst (Power Markets)

Simon Walther is a market analyst currently focusing on the German power demand and energy generation forecasts for renewables. He can be reached at Simon.Walther@icis.com

Jonathan Scelle Analyst (Power Markets)

Jonathan Scelle is a power analyst focusing on spot price forecasting for the German power market. He can be reached at Jonathan.Scelle@icis.com

Benjamin Schmitt Analyst

Benjamin Schmitt is a EU carbon market analyst covering power and industry trading behaviour as well as fundamentals of the EU ETS. He can be reached at Benjamin.Schmitt@icis.com

Philipp Ruf

Philipp Ruf is the Senior Analyst for the EU carbon market at ICIS, looking after the mid- and long-term price forecasts, policy developments and the modelling of traded volumes. He can be reached at Philipp.Ruf@icis.com

Johanna Blackader Senior Reporter

Johanna Blackader is a Senior Reporter based in Düsseldorf, looking after the quickly growing German spot gas markets. She can be reached at Johanna.Blackader@icis.com

Martin Degen Senior Reporter

Martin Degen is senior reporter covering European power and gas markets as well as global coal markets. He can be reached at Martin.Degen@icis.com

Zoe Double Head of Power

Zoe Double is head of power at price reporting agency ICIS, based in London. She can be reached at Zoe.Double@icis.com

Ed Cox Editor

Ed is the editor of the ICIS European Spot Gas Markets daily report, giving subscribers daily price assessments, news and analysis. He can be reached at Ed.Cox@icis.com

 

Free Market Intelligence

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Market Focus: European Electricity Markets 2014

This year is the deadline year for the EU’s day-ahead market coupling project, with north-west Europe to launch on 4 February and south-west Europe expected to synchronise in March.

The complex, multi-party programme has been years in development, and a successful outcome would be a big step towards the EU’s long-term goal of a single electricity market. In the UK, domestic developments also present 2014 as a year of reform.

In the first of a two-part series, ICIS highlights key trends in the year to come, first looking at northern- and western-European markets.

Focus: LNG outlook 2014

Uncertainties around the gradual nuclear restarts in Japan and South Korea will punctuate tightness in the prompt LNG market. New export capacity will struggle to keep up with additional import infrastructure.

Shale gas boom leads US-based company to outstanding financial results

 Shale gas boom leads US-based company to outstanding financial results

For most of the major chemical and petrochemical producers, 2012 was a difficult year following an overall strong 2011.

Asia demand growth was slower from early in the year and the eurozone crisis hung over European market sentiment, demand and profitability. US economic growth was relatively weak and Latin American chemicals growth reduced.

Swathe of interconnection projects to drive EU power market integration

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Interconnections between Europe's electricity grids are becoming increasingly vital for an integrated energy market.

EU policy-makers are keen to see more grid capacity built, while grid operators are focused on security of supply with more intermittent renewable generation.

Base Oils 2013 Conference digital review

Base Oils Conference

To review the highlights of the 2013 event, ICIS produced an interactive review with news and video interviews with keynote speakers and ICIS editors.

 



Introduction to China’s carbon market

Introduction to China's Carbon Market

Chinese carbon market analyst Jian Wei Lim from carbon market analysis company ICIS has written an insightful report about China’s Cap and Trade programme. This report will bring you up to speed on China’s pilot carbon Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), free of charge.

Shale gas boom leads US-based company to outstanding financial results

 Shale gas boom leads US-based company to outstanding financial results

For most of the major chemical and petrochemical producers, 2012 was a difficult year following an overall strong 2011.

Asia demand growth was slower from early in the year and the eurozone crisis hung over European market sentiment, demand and profitability. US economic growth was relatively weak and Latin American chemicals growth reduced.

ICIS Resources: Energy

ICIS Resources: Energy

See a collection of featured Energy content including articles, videos, outlooks, podcasts and much more at our dedicated energy resources page.

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