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Market reporter Rob Songer analyses the growing European small-scale sector as it becomes more mainstream.
On Thursday 4 October, ICIS market experts across crude oil, LNG, gas, carbon and power shared their insights on the latest developments, explained th
Italy and France are pushing for more spot-based pricing in regulated retail tariffs.
The Alpine reverse flow project will create 40mcm/day of gas export capacity from Italy, a market that has traditionally been an importer only.
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.
Price volatility is a good indicator of market dynamics for any investor willing to take exposure in energy commodities, especially as prices are char
ICIS analysed more than 800 working days since 2015 (not including public holidays) and found that power and natural gas
Wholesale natural gas prices have so far been supported by the wider fuels complex this summer, driven by gains in the Brent crude price..
The volume of natural gas traded during the first quarter of 2018 increased in the major European markets compared with the same period a year before,
The British wholesale natural gas market is undergoing an overhaul of the tariff system which governs the cost of bringing gas into and out of the net
Mexican presidential aspirants have begun gearing up for the 2018 campaign season.
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
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
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 UK’s approach to renewable heat targets means gas is likely to remain the cornerstone of residential and commercial heating demand for the next de
Production from Europe’s largest onshore gas field – Groningen – was thrust into the spotlight in early January following a major gas extraction-relat
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
ICIS analysis has found that an average daily temperature of below 9°C is the tipping point when wholesale power and gas prices in France and the UK h
Turkey and southeast European countries have been struggling to diversify their natural gas resources and supply routes, initiating numerous projects
ICIS sheds light on plans to merge Germany’s two natural gas hubs – NCG and GASPOOL -
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