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September 22, 2017 09:31 AM PDT

The price difference between Years 2018 and 2019 on the forward curves of the Italian wholesale gas and power markets indicates that Year 2019 is underpriced in both commodities, participants have said.

ICIS expert Miriam Siers and Italian markets specialist Alice Casagni discuss the reasons behind the price spreads and the possible effect on far-curve trading activity.

September 19, 2017 09:01 AM PDT

On 25 September, the Kurdish Region of Iraq is expecting to hold a referendum for independence, although countries such as the US, Turkey and Iran are opposed to it, meaning there is uncertainty over whether it will go ahead. ICIS experts Alex Thackrah, Aura Sabadus and Julien Mathonniere discuss the current situation and potential ramifications for the oil and gas sectors.

September 15, 2017 06:33 AM PDT

Wholesale electricity curve contracts hit new highs across Europe this week amid bullish fuels and concerns over French nuclear supply. ICIS experts Ellie Chambers, Chris Somers and Herman Moestue discuss the reasons behind the bull run in this ICIS podcast.

September 08, 2017 05:52 AM PDT

Expectations of global oversupply for LNG this year have not come to fruition, with project delays and strong demand in Europe and Asia keeping the market balanced. ICIS LNG experts Ed Cox and Jack Elliott discuss what to expect in the coming winter.

September 05, 2017 10:06 AM PDT

Recent developments in the Spanish LNG market have reverberated across the wider energy sector. ICIS experts Thomas Rodgers and Rob Songer discuss the activity of Spanish buyers and their potential future implications.

September 01, 2017 08:19 AM PDT

French nuclear authority ASN’s decision to order utility EDF to audit all the nuclear components from manufacturer Areva is still causing power traders concern and building risk premium into Q4 ’17 and Q1’ 17 electricity contracts. In this podcast, ICIS experts Herman Moestue and Matthew Jones give us an update on the situation.

August 25, 2017 04:49 AM PDT

A change in price spreads between the Dutch TTF and US Henry Hub natural gas markets has increased the chance that US LNG will head to the Netherlands later this year. ICIS experts Jake Horslen and Ben Samuel discuss this possibility.

August 18, 2017 06:55 AM PDT

European front-year power contracts surged on Wednesday after French nuclear safety authority ASN ordered incumbent EDF to review all its nuclear reactors manufactured by Areva’s Creusot forge before a scheduled return to service. ICIS experts Ellie Chambers and Herman Moestue discuss the impact of the announcement.

August 11, 2017 07:34 AM PDT

Annual maintenance has pushed output from British domestic gas fields down in August. While not remarkable in itself, the lack of UKCS supply has made the impact of issues with Norwegian production and waning LNG deliveries more acute, lifting prices on the NBP gas hub. ICIS reporters Ellie Chambers and Thomas Rodgers discuss the ongoing and future implications of the maintenance.

August 04, 2017 05:20 AM PDT

Regulator CRE has announced measures to tackle congestion on the natural gas grid in France. ICIS experts Alex Thackrah and Ben Lee discuss how these changes could provide some short-term relief, but that upcoming infrastructure projects as part of a hub merger in 2018 will offer a more long-term solution.

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