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Europe goes renewable – the evolution of renewable subsidy schemes

Europe goes renewable – the evolution of renewable subsidy schemes

With this market insight paper, ICIS explores the different paths that Germany, Poland and the UK have chosen on their way to achieving their renewable targets and a cost reduction for the installation of renewable technologies.

ICIS Webinar: Mexico’s new gas market: A recap of the first three months of operation and outlook for 2018

ICIS Webinar: Mexico’s new gas market: A recap of the first three months of operation and outlook for 2018

In October, Mexico’s gas market will begin its second full quarter of operation since the launch of market liberalization under the new capacity reservation contract model on 1 July. James Fowler, editor of the ICIS Mexico Energy Report, will recap learnings from the first three months of market operation in this webinar, and look into the emerging pricing environment in the country, focusing in particular on the factors which could lead to regional price indices developing as demand increases.

ICIS Webinar: Germany’s and Poland’s electricity markets in transition

ICIS Webinar: Germany’s and Poland’s electricity markets in transition

During this webinar we will shed light on the latest developments regarding renewable energy deployment and support mechanisms by comparing the political landscape and the energy sectors of the two neighbouring countries. We will analyse how the federal elections in Germany will impact the discussions around the country’s coal phase-out and assess how a multi-speed Europe impacts the idea of the Energiewende.

Latest Natural Gas Information

Gas market highlight: Zeebrugge-NBP basis gas trade recovers after barren July

Gas market highlight: Zeebrugge-NBP basis gas trade recovers after barren July

Trading of the spread between Belgian Zeebrugge and British NBP Day-ahead natural gas contracts - known as the basis - has shown signs of recovery at the start of August after being at historic lows during July, data shows.

ICIS market reporter, Alex Thackrah, looks at the key pricing and fundamental factors which have shaped trading of the basis in the past few weeks, and analyses why this summer’s trading patterns are so different to previous years.

Market highlight: Rough surplus boosts Dutch H-gas exports to Germany

Market highlight: Rough surplus boosts Dutch H-gas exports to Germany

Dutch high-calorific natural gas (H-gas) exports to Germany are on course to hit a more than a two-year high in July and forward prices suggest strong flows will persist through August as well.

In the latest market highlight, ICIS looks at the key structural drivers behind this change in flow patterns and the likelihood of whether the trend will continue.

Special feature: China LNG & Gas H1 Market Review 2017

China Gas and LNG H1 Market Review 2017

China remains one of the most influential players across the globe; changes in supply, demand and prices have a substantial impact on regional and global markets. What are the factors driving the Chinese gas and LNG markets and are we expecting this trend to continue in second half of the year?

Download this free White Paper for an in-depth analysis of prices, supply, demand and production in the country, as well as a snapshot of where the industry is headed in the second half of the year.

 



 

Latest LNG Information

China’s LNG importers undeterred by lower city-gate gas price

China’s LNG importers undeterred by lower city-gate gas price

The latest cut in China’s city-gate gas prices will continue to boost domestic consumption, which should support demand for LNG imports.

This analysis looks at how the price reduction will affect Chinese LNG importers’ buying behaviour in the short term.

LNG Markets Analysis: Spot LNG rises to $7.00/MMBtu after US loading delays

LNG Markets Analysis: Spot LNG rises to $7.00/MMBtu after US loading delays

Global spot LNG prices started to climb sharply in the second week of September as portfolio suppliers bought cargoes to make-up for delayed loadings from the US Sabine Pass facility following Hurricane Harvey.

White Paper: Russia’s Eastern Gas Move

White Paper: Russia’s Eastern Gas Move

In response to rapidly growing Chinese gas demand, Russian gas producer Gazprom and China’s state-owned energy company CNPC have announced the launch of the Power of Siberia Pipeline in 2019. This is earlier than expected by some observers.

Latest Power Information

Europe goes renewable – the evolution of renewable subsidy schemes

Europe goes renewable – the evolution of renewable subsidy schemes

With this market insight paper, ICIS explores the different paths that Germany, Poland and the UK have chosen on their way to achieving their renewable targets and a cost reduction for the installation of renewable technologies.

ICIS Infographic: EU Countries running short of time to meet 2020 renewable energy targets

ICIS Infographic: EU Countries running short of time to meet 2020 renewable energy targets

This ICIS infographic examines which countries are on course to meet their 2020 target, along with the potential price impact, with a focus on France, Hungary, The Netherlands, Ireland and the EU as a whole.

Infographic: German-Austrian power price zone due to split in 2018

Infographic: German-Austrian power price zone due to split in 2018

This infographic looks at what loop flows are, the likely impacts of the zone being split and the next steps for reaching a final decision on the matter.

Latest Crude oil Information

Download: Insights on Chinese oil supply and demand

Insights on Chinese oil supply and demand

China has overtaken the US as the world’s top crude importer. At the same time, as more independent refiners are starting up in China, there is now a supply glut in distillates, resulting in China now exporting.

Access a presentation covering insights on the impact of China’s rising oil demand and surplus on international market players.

China Oil & Refining H1 Market Review 2017

China remains one of the most influential players across the globe; changes in supply, demand and prices have a substantial impact on regional and global markets. What are the factors driving the Chinese oil and refining and are we expecting this trend to continue in second half of the year?

Download this free White Paper for an in-depth analysis of prices, supply, demand and production in the country, as well as a snapshot of where the industry is headed in the second half of the year.

Market highlight: Chinese crude and independent refining industry

Crude Oil and Refining Industry whitepaper

China’s top energy regulator recently put a brake on independent refiners’ crude import accreditation, after nearly three years’ “member initiation” for qualified refineries.

What does this mean to you and your business? Download this free White Paper for the latest developments and a list of Chinese refineries permitted to refine imported crude.