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The Alpine reverse flow project will create 40mcm/day of gas export capacity from Italy, a market that has traditionally been an importer only.
ICIS analysed more than 800 working days since 2015 (not including public holidays) and found that power and natural gas
In 2017, China overtook South Korea to become the world’s second-largest LNG importer behind Japan.
The Nordic countries have initiated a number of electricity interconnector projects, with many to be commissioned in the next four years.
Mexican presidential aspirants have begun gearing up for the 2018 campaign season.
While the electricity markets in the Balkans have been developing in recent years, day-ahead volumes traded through the local exchanges are still rela
ver the course of six out of the past eight years – including all of the past five – the Rotterdam coal front year has gained more (or lost less) than
Turkey and southeast European countries have been struggling to diversify their natural gas resources and supply routes, initiating numerous projects
Liquidity on the over-the-counter (OTC) electricity markets in central Europe has increased year-on-year over the last few months.
The German-Austrian wholesale power market bidding zone is due to be split on 1 October 2018
OPEC and some non-OPEC producers agreed to extend a supply-curbing pact to 2018 on 25 May
Analysis using the ICIS volatility index for the German NCG natural gas hub shows that volatility bottoms out in regular intervals on the rolling from
The European landscape of electricity capacity mechanisms and reserves is being extended and re-developed, but while some level of uniformity is emerg
French utility EDF’s 3.2GW Hinkley Point C (HPC) will be Britain’s first nuclear plant in decades when built and will assist in the country’s bid to i