The European energy market is currently going through a number of fundamental changes that include electricity market reform and rising natural gas import dependency. The increased cost to emit carbon and proliferation of renewables have further strained margins for generators and shippers alike.
Amid these domestic structural changes, the global LNG market continues to evolve and shift with growing liquidity, more competition and ever-increasing sources of supply.
How are these structural changes in Europe, as well as global LNG market developments reshaping the EU gas and power market, and how can its market participants adapt to this shift?
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Head of Gas and LNG
ICIS LNG Analyst
Editor – Global LNG
Tom Marzec Manser
ICIS Editor, European Spot Gas Markets
ICIS Deputy Editor, ESGM
Director – EU Power & Carbon Analytics
European natural gas liquidity higher than Q2 2017, across all major markets.
The July 2018 issue of the European Gas Hub Report gives you an update on the European landscape, with in-depth coverage of prices, liquidity data, trade volumes and developments across 22 gas hubs.
Global LNG imports increased by 7% year-on-year in the second quarter (Q2) of 2018, with continued strong growth in demand from China. China saw a 40% year-on-year increase in its Q2 imports, slowing a little from the annual growth rate seen over the winter, but still providing a major boost to the global consumption.
Download the LNG Edge: Q2 2018 Trade Flow Report now.
On 12th July 2018 our power and carbon experts, Matthew Jones and Anise Ganbold, presented a live webinar shedding light on the future direction of Spanish energy policy to 2030, putting developments into the wider context of the soon to be agreed EU clean energy package.
Download the webinar recording and slides to find out about European renewable targets for 2020 and 2030, the evolving support mechanisms for renewables, the outlook for subsidy-free solar and wind and the debate over coal and nuclear phase-out.
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 in several countries by better hydropower stocks compared to the previous year.
This Power Summer Outlook Snapshot provides a brief overview of the drivers likely to influence power prices this summer, and an idea of what to expect in the coming months.
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