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May 25, 2018 06:56 AM PDT

Analysis of the Winter ’18 clean spark and dark spreads has indicated that coal plants are set to be in the money in the coming winter. ICIS experts Arun Toora and Patrick Sykes discuss how this and the wider fuels mix may affect European gas markets.

May 16, 2018 06:06 AM PDT

Poland has been vocal about Russian dominance in Europe as a gas supplier. But its own incumbent PGNiG’s market share is growing while independent importers are pushed out by punitive supply security laws. Should the Polish government fix problems in its own backyard first?
ICIS experts Tom Marzec-Manser and Katya Zapletnyuk discuss prices and flows data highlighting realities of the Polish gas hub.

May 11, 2018 05:08 AM PDT

This week US President Donald Trump pulled out of the landmark nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers. ICIS experts Aura Sabadus and Patrick Sykes talk through the impact of the decision on oil and gas markets, and the consequences for investment in Iran’s energy sector.

April 20, 2018 06:43 AM PDT

Hydroelectric stocks across Europe are at historically low levels after an unusually cold winter led to sustained demand and high fuel prices. ICIS power experts Chris Somers and Herman Moestue discuss the impact of low reservoir levels on trading and look ahead to the potential price impact of an unseasonably warm spring.

April 13, 2018 08:39 AM PDT

Europe’s storage sites have entered the gas summer with historically low levels of gas in store, meaning market participants are having to inject into storage even when prices are disadvantageous. ICIS experts Patrick Sykes and Julie Fisher discuss what this means for hub pricing and injections this summer.

April 10, 2018 08:04 AM PDT

The Dutch government’s decision to close Europe’s largest gas field, Groningen, by 2030 will have repercussions accross gas markets. Falling domestic production will pressure exports and require huge investment to connect customers to new sources of supply. ICIS experts Alex Thackrah and Patrick Sykes discuss the latest developments and what to expect next.

April 03, 2018 05:25 AM PDT

Arctic sea ice has begun its seasonal melt, which will soon allow ice-class LNG vessels to head east from Russia’s Yamal project to end-user markets in northeast Asia. ICIS experts Ed Cox and Alex Thackrah discuss the impact this will have on LNG tonnage leaving Yamal, which has so far headed exclusively westwards.

March 23, 2018 08:17 AM PDT

British gas shippers are wrangling over proposals to amend a key component of transport charges. The changes could radically redefine users’ costs, affecting export routes and LNG send-out. ICIS experts Katya Zapletnyuk and Thomas Rogers discuss the changes and their potential implications.

March 16, 2018 09:04 AM PDT

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline project to double Russian gas export capacity to Europe has divided opinion across the continent. ICIS experts Emma Slawinski and Aura Sabadus talk through the latest developments, what to expect next, and how the project might impact southeast Europe’s gas markets in particular.

March 09, 2018 09:40 AM PST

As the market takes stock after a cold snap drove European gas prices to record highs, traders are looking to adjust positions and avoid getting their fingers burned in future. ICIS NBP and TTF market reporters Alice Casagni and Chris Johnson share their observations on what is happening and what to expect next.

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