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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.

March 02, 2018 06:17 AM PST

As freezing temperatures drive up European gas demand, storage levels are falling at an alarming rate. ICIS experts Julie Fisher and Tom Marzec-Manser discuss this trend, the outlook, and what it means for prices.

February 16, 2018 06:53 AM PST

The Stockholm Court of Arbitration last December ordered Ukraine to resume purchases of Russian gas. ICIS experts Katya Zapletnyuk, Aura Sabadus and David Simon discuss the impact gas trade with Ukraine has on European hubs and wholesale gas prices, in particular in Hungary, Slovakia and Poland and possible implications after Russian exports restart.

February 14, 2018 09:15 AM PST

ICIS European power market experts Laura Raus and Herman Moestue report back from the E-World conference in Essen, Germany, on a more optimistic feeling among electricity market participants. But one key driver of this – technological progress – could have wide-reaching consequences in some markets through the automation of energy trading.

February 06, 2018 03:08 AM PST

On 1 February, the Netherlands’ energy production regulator, grid operator and government made a series of long-awaited announcements about the future of gas production from the Groningen field. ICIS experts Alex Thackrah and Tom Marzec-Manser discuss what this means for regional supply, demand and prices.

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