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Market reporter Rob Songer analyses the growing European small-scale sector as it becomes more mainstream.
The ICIS European Power Outlook 2019 provides a comprehensive regional breakdown of the developments driving the market.
The ICIS Natural Gas Outlook for 2019 provides a comprehensive regional breakdown of the developments driving the market.
The fourth ICIS base oils and lubricants publication for 2018 looks at market developments in the US, Mexico and South America.
Energy traders face a mixed outlook for the remainder of winter 2018, and will no doubt be wary of the types of dramatic price spikes previously seen.
ICIS market experts and guest speakers share their insights on topics including Brexit, regulation impact and renewable capacity. Get the slides now.
The winners of the ICIS Innovation Awards 2018 are celebrated in this 16-page special supplement, which also includes articles on interviews.
ICIS’s annual review of European petrochemicals, prepared with EPCA in October looks at the circular economy and its impacts on polymer producers.
ICIS’s second regional Base Oils & Lubricants special publication looks at news and trends in the industry in the Middle East.
On Thursday 4 October, ICIS market experts across crude oil, LNG, gas, carbon and power shared their insights on the latest developments, explained th
Saudi Arabia, the world’s leading producer and exporter of crude oil since the 1970s, is responding to increased competition and the resilient threat
Mexico has made strides in liberalizing its wholesale electricity market, but delayed metering standards may be hampering the market.
In 2017, ICIS published a market insight on the upcoming new Integrated Single Electricity Market (I-SEM) to explain the full redesign of the all-isla
Earlier this year, a German coal commission was formed by the government and tasked to put forward a timeline for exiting coal generation.
The Alpine reverse flow project will create 40mcm/day of gas export capacity from Italy, a market that has traditionally been an importer only.
Wholesale electricity prices are set to remain on the high side in most European markets this summer, but the risk of price spikes will be mitigated..
Global LNG imports increased by 7% year-on-year in the second quarter (Q2) of 2018, with continued strong growth in demand from China.
Mexico’s energy reform has entered into its sixth and most decisive year yet, as the country gears up for a presidential election in July 2018, agains
The LNG market will continue to evolve quickly in 2018 with new Australian, Russian and US production starting up.
ICIS takes a look at the crucial supply, demand and regulation changes which could impact power prices and market liquidity in Europe for 2018 at a co
ICIS explores the factors that will impact natural gas trading in 2018 throughout Europe on a country-by-country level, looking at key developments wh
Judith Taylor, ICIS senior editor manager, has produced a new White Paper on America’s base
Greater seasonal gas flow swings via the bidirectional Interconnector pipe, which connects the British and Belgian gas markets, appear more likely in