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Head of Market Analysis
Ingo leads the market analysis team at ICIS. He is an internationally recognised expert in the fields of carbon market analysis and power analytics.
He developed innovative new modelling approaches, such as the Timing Impact Model, which is able to predict carbon market developments.
Ingo can be reached at Ingo.email@example.com
Head of Power
Zoe Double is Head of Power at ICIS. She is responsible for the direction and development of ICIS electricity markets’ coverage.
She was previously editor of the European Daily Electricity Markets publication, and has reported in detail on power markets across western Europe.
Zoe can be reached at Zoe.firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor, European Daily Electricity Markets
Jamie Stewart has been covering energy, with a focus on electricity and renewables ICIS since 2009.
He began by specialising in the UK and Nordic power markets, alongside renewable energy on a Europe-wide basis, before assuming the role of editor of European Daily Electricity Markets.
Jamie can be reached at Jamie.email@example.com
Benchmark your position in European natural gas market with ICIS indices and assessments
ICIS indices and price assessments have been trusted by industry players for over 20 years, giving you the insights you need to make well-timed decisions in key gas markets.
European Daily Electricity Markets
The EDEM report supplies market participants with in-depth coverage of Europe's power sector. It includes independent price assessments, indices and analysis on the latest market developments.
European Spot Gas Market
The European Spot Gas Markets report is a daily publication, delivering the most up-to-the-minute spot price assessments for Europe’s natural gas markets. It has detailed information on supply/demand and trade flows to help you gauge market activity and sentiment.
ICIS Hourly Price Forward Curves
The ICIS Price Forward Curves service for German power is designed to help you manage your exposure to risk and volatility in the market. The service supports asset valuation for your financial reporting and planning so you can make confident business decisions.
ICIS EU ETS portal
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ICIS Spot Price Forecast
Our forecasts combine a range of modelling approaches to accurately forecast prices in all situations. Backed by analyst insight this results in more reliable price forecasts – even when markets are volatile.
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has selected ICIS data to calculate its price cap for prepayment customers.
We held a webinar on 26 January 2017 to help you understand the market data used in these calculations and how to adapt to this new requirement. The event was presented by Zoe Double, ICIS’ Head of Power.
In this latest video, ICIS energy editors Jamie Stewart and Tom Marzec-Manser discuss what could happen on European power and gas markets later in the winter, when temperatures could drop further and boost energy demand.
ICIS analysts held a webinar on 19 December analysing how the final EU ETS reform compromise might look like. The ENVI Committee in Parliament will likely have found its position just a few days before the webinar. The details of the deal and its implications for trilogues will be analysed.
During this webinar, market participants will hear how those changes could impact the future supply-demand balance in the EU ETS.
Liquidity at the Dutch TTF and British NBP hubs decreased in December, as gas trading was disrupted by the festive break.
Over the calendar year 2016, the Dutch TTF hub surpassed the British NBP as the most liquid natural gas hub in Europe, while there was a marked shift towards greater trade on exchange platforms.
Over-the-counter traded volume at Belgium’s virtual hub, the ZTP, soared to 4.7TWh in December, up twelve-fold year-on-year, driven by a surge in transit flow through Belgium.
In our latest market highlight, ICIS looks at which ZTP contracts saw the most activity in December, and how liquidity compares with Belgium’s primary Zeebrugge hub, as well as with other illiquid European hubs.
European energy traders must strap themselves in and prepare for a rocky ride in winter 2016-17. Sustained supply shocks in wholesale gas and electricity markets have flipped the outlook for the high-demand season on its head, and the warnings of regulators and grid operators, that fundamental risks awaited the markets during the winters from 2015 through to the end of the decade, have materialised, at least for this season.