Price volatility on electricity markets in Europe initially encouraged trade in autumn 2016 before extreme moves caused some market participants to suspend activities. ICIS journalists William Peck and Ben Lee discuss why a tick up in liquidity could be on the cards in 2017.
State-owned producer Qatar Petroleum recently announced that RasGas and Qatargas would be integrated into a single entity, named Qatargas, forming the largest LNG exporter in the world.
ICIS experts Ed Cox and Josie Shillito discuss the implications of the merge for the global LNG market.
Wholesale electricity and natural gas prices in Europe have soared this autumn due to nuclear outages in France, but have since come back down with expectations of returning supply. ICIS experts Ben Lee and Joachim Moxon discuss why this volatility has occurred and what the market should expect next.
Less gas has recently flown from the Netherlands to the UK via the BBL pipeline. ICIS experts Ben Lee, Jake Horslen and Thomas Rodgers discuss why the flows have dropped and what to expect looking ahead.
The European Commission on Thursday announced rules which will determine how traders can remain outside of the markets in financial instruments directive (MiFID II). ICIS experts Ben Lee and Fionn O'Raghallaigh discuss how the rules work and what this means for companies.
In a bid to tackle global crude oversupply, OPEC members will meet in Vienna on 30 November to finalise the details of the Algiers accord under which oil producing countries will cut production. ICIS experts Sophie Udubasceanu and Franco Capaldo discuss the need behind the deal and what the outcome is likely going to achieve.