European Gas Markets:
The TTF’s Global Future
Virtual: 16-Jan-2024 | Start Time: 8:00AM London / 12:00PM UAE / 4:00PM Singapore
The ICIS TTF will remain at the centre of the global market in 2024 with more companies taking positions on European gas ahead of the next LNG supply wave. With Europe’s LNG demand set to remain above 100m tonnes/year there has never been a more important time to connect analysis and thought leadership between domestic European gas fundamentals and wider LNG markets.
This training course will provide latest analysis and outlooks across key areas of European gas pricing, liquidity, supply and demand fundamentals, regulation and related power markets. Close engagement with course presenters will enable you to better navigate the risks and opportunities for your business in the short to mid-term.
Key topics include
- TTF – the new Brent? Price drivers for the coming summer, winter
- EU regulation and impact on gas markets
- Power generation – relationship between gas and renewables
- How fast will gas demand fall?
- The role of LNG in Europe in 2024 – 2025
- The next LNG supply wave – impact on pricing, trade flows
Who should attend?
The course will be beneficial to anyone whose job requires analysing market and trade situations. This could range from analysts and traders to decision-makers, including those with roles and functions in:
- Market analysis
- Infrastructure operators
- Government and agencies
- Upstream production
- Commercial strategy and procurement
Need to check if this course is suitable for you? Or need a little more information? Reach out to a member of our team here
$1,000 (+UK VAT at 20% if applicable)*
16 January 2024 | 8:00AM London / 12:00PM UAE / 4:00PM Singapore (EMEA/GST/Asia)
REGISTER HERE (16 January 2024)
*NB: Please enter your Tax ID or business number, otherwise UK VAT at 20% will be applied. Customers based in the UK will be charged UK VAT at 20% whether or not a VAT number is provided.
What to expect in the virtual training?
- Fully digital platform
All sessions will be accessed virtually from your computer, tablet or mobile, giving you the flexibility of taking the course at your chosen location and device.
- Live and interactive sessions
Understanding the relevance of getting access to information in real time, the course will be delivered live and include interactive sessions providing you with a platform to engage with trainers and other delegates.
- Modular approach
The course will run over 1 day with a total of 4 hours of tuition time.
Ed Cox, Editor – Global LNG
Ed Cox is Editor of ICIS’ LNG portfolio and manages a global editorial team across Europe, the Americas and Asia. He has over 18 years of experience within the energy and petrochemical markets, working within different departments of ICIS. Ed has focused on managing the growth of the company’s European gas and global LNG content. He has recently supported the development of ICIS’ China editorial team and their coverage, and is a regular commentator for ICIS in the British and global media giving a view on how upstream pricing and fundamentals impact end-user markets. Ed previously headed up the daily ICIS European gas report, ESGM, the industry’s benchmark report.
Tom Marzec-Manser, Head of Gas Analytics
Tom Marzec-Manser is the Head of Gas Analytics and specialises in global natural gas fundamentals. Since the start of 2019 he has worked on the ICIS LNG Edge platform which provides pre-trade analysis to market participants, as well as granular LNG supply-demand forecasts. Prior to working on ICIS LNG Edge, Tom spent 11 years working within ICIS’ editorial division. The last four years of which he spent managing the daily flagship price benchmark report ESGM. Over the years, Tom has focused extensively on the liberalisation of wholesale gas trade in central and eastern Europe, as well as the market design and evolution of the British NBP. He is an active media commentator on Russian exports.
Alice Casagni, Editor – European Spot Gas Markets
Alice is the Editor of the European benchmark gas publication ESGM. Alice leads, trains and mentors a team of market reporters based in Europe, she is responsible for developing the content and editorial direction of the publication, ensuring the data produced is in line with the ICIS methodology and representing the company at international events. Prior to being Editor, Alice was the Deputy Editor of ESGM between 2019-2021.
Christopher Rene – European Gas Analyst
Christopher recently moved to ICIS’ Gas Analytics team as a qualitative analyst after spending 11 years in the editorial division. He specialises in the analysis of the ICIS TTF gas benchmark through the lens of global LNG and gas price spreads, regional gas markets and its relationship with the European energy complex. Christopher previously held the position of Deputy Editor of the fortnightly Gas in Focus report, a round-up of all key developments, prices and industry news from the European natural gas market.
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Our custom training courses are delivered as interactive workshops, focusing on the products, concepts and issues that are most relevant and beneficial to you.
- Save money on transportation and accommodation, with training at a convenient location
- Flexibility – you determine the length and duration of the sessions
- Interactive workshops with hands-on exercises, to reinforce key skills, techniques and concepts
- Take-away the course materials, presentations and background information for future reference
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What our customers say
George Theodoropoulos. Cross Assets Derivatives Trader, National bank of Greece
“This one is a must for anyone in the Gas industry. We covered many aspects from basics to more advanced ones. Speakers were well prepared, detailed answers were given during the Q&A and the material shared was great.”
Oksana Gantseva, Gas Analyst
TrailStone Renewables GmbH
“The Scramble to End Russian Reliance Virtual Training has been a useful and valuable instrument to understand better the processes that are going on at the moment in the world energy market. The trainers provided information regarding current statistics and there was a useful exchange of views on the topic.”
Uros Lemajic, Trading Analyst
“The course far surpassed my expectations. The course topics are critical for understanding the current European natural gas market situation and how these events will shape the market in the future. I’d also like to thank the course instructors for their clear and informative presentations.”
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