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Market reporter Rob Songer analyses the growing European small-scale sector as it becomes more mainstream.
The ICIS LNG Outlook for 2019 provides a country-by-country forecast of the key developments, projects and trends that will shape the market.
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.
On Thursday 4 October, ICIS market experts across crude oil, LNG, gas, carbon and power shared their insights on the latest developments, explained th
Automated trading is booming on the European intra-day power markets and is about to take off on the intra-day gas markets.
European natural gas liquidity in the second quarter (Q2) of 2018 was higher than the same period the year before across all major markets.
Global LNG imports increased by 7% year-on-year in the second quarter (Q2) of 2018, with continued strong growth in demand from China.
So far this year, just 5% of US LNG exports have arrived in Europe, with two cargoes received by the UK, one into Portugal, one to the Netherlands and
So far this year, just 5% of US LNG exports have arrived in Europe, with two cargoes received by the UK
In 2017, China overtook South Korea to become the world’s second-largest LNG importer behind Japan.
The LNG market will continue to evolve quickly in 2018 with new Australian, Russian and US production starting up.
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
The blockchain hype train arrived in the traded commodity space in a big way during 2017, with its potential for disruption jumped on by some of the b
Despite the ongoing import pipeline capacity build out from the US, Mexico’s natural gas demand shows no signs of abating.
While important lessons were learnt at the beginning of this year when unprecedented price spikes hit energy markets, some of the issues that allowed
Throughout the summer, ICIS will be looking at how the LNG market impacts European
Pipeline imports to Europe recorded a sixth consecutive month of annual growth in March, according to grid operator data compiled by ICIS.
With the global LNG oversupply causing international gas prices to converge, buyers in the Atlantic and Pacific basins are in close competition to
A drop in Asian demand has led to a sharp up-tick in LNG cargoes due into Britain in March, and traders expect the trend to continue into the start
ICIS looks country-by-country at the key potential supply, demand and regulation changes in 2017 which could impact natural gas prices and market liqu
Global LNG market growth is set to accelerate in the coming years as more than 100mtpa of production capacity under construction comes online by 2020.
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2017 will be another year of big change for the global LNG market as more new Australian production starts up and the momentum then swings to the US.