Tagged With Europe
Outlook 2023: America’s role in global gas security
28 November 2022
The US ‘Gaslift’ helped rescue Europe’s energy sector last winter, but with liquefaction plants already operating at capacity, what are the prospects for continued support?
Europe tops storage targets
31 October 2022
Europe has already exceeded its gas storage targets for this winter, but risks remain
Europe’s refining sector struggles to adapt
24 October 2022
Aftershocks from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continue to roil refining and flows of products around Europe, in the Atlantic basin and across the world
Morocco seeks to pipe gas to Europe
8 September 2022
The disused Maghreb-Europe pipeline means the infrastructure is in place, but the production capacity is not
Equinor warns on gas price cap complications
7 September 2022
The Norwegian producer stresses that imposing a maximum price will not solve underlying issues
Storage disincentives and regional dislocations roil European gas trading
23 August 2022
The loss of Russian volumes has made for unusual market conditions
Power demand threat to Europe’s winter gas security
22 August 2022
Greater-than-expected requirements to burn the fuel to keep the lights on could harm supply conservation efforts
Record prices reflect Europe’s winter gas fears
18 August 2022
It is difficult to predict just how the continent’s supply and demand will balance
Siemens sees no slackening in European gas-to-power
9 August 2022
Gas-to-oil conversions are nonetheless presenting the turbine maker with opportunities
Russian seaborne crude exports slow
8 August 2022
China and India remain the most important customers for Russian volumes
Europe must think outside the box on energy independence
13 July 2022
Unquestionably, Europe is in a bind. And it may need to be a lot more innovative than its previous blinkered approach to achieve the necessary short-term wins
EnBW and Ineos deals see Europe close its LNG term contract gap with Asia
23 June 2022
The continent’s post-Ukraine agreements are still less than Asian buyers and portfolio players
Canada’s LNG export rebirth
20 June 2022
Europe’s ambitions for a Russian import freeze are a boon to a previously stalled sector
Supply blows rock European gas market
16 June 2022
Russian reductions compound US LNG outage as continent seeks relief in the short and longer term
LNG to help solve global energy supply crunch
19 May 2022
Russia’s isolation following its invasion of Ukraine could lead to LNG trade growing faster than previously expected—but only if new supply and infrastructure can be realised in time to avert demand destruction, says Giignl’s Vincent Demoury
Asian LNG buyers may have upper hand over Europe
29 April 2022
Europe’s accelerating effort to wean itself off Russian pipeline gas has pitted it against energy-hungry Asian buyers in the global LNG market
Letter from Eastern Europe: Bulgaria attempts Russian pivot
5 April 2022
On the front line of potential weaponisation of Russian energy, the poorest and arguably most corrupt EU member state is heavily dependent but not without diversification options
US action on European LNG speaks louder than words
5 April 2022
Washington’s promises may have underwhelmed. But project developers are demonstrating greater ambition
Letter from Western Europe: Europe’s balancing act
1 April 2022
As tragedy continues to unfold in Ukraine, European leaders hasten to balance security, affordability and sustainability in the energy sector
Gunvor warns of ‘broken’ gas market
22 March 2022
The European TTF benchmark is creaking under the strain of exceptional circumstances
Europe still hooked on Russian gas
10 March 2022
LNG alone will not be enough to guarantee Europe’s energy security, and the continent may face demand destruction, analysts agree
Russian aggression boosts China’s bargaining power
10 March 2022
With the Putin administration hard-pressed by Western sanctions, Beijing may look to take advantage
Costing a Russian oil supply gap
9 March 2022
Analysts see potential for $200/bl+ if it becomes ever more difficult in practice for Western nations to buy crude from Russia
IEA underestimating Russian contractual expiry – Energy Aspects
9 March 2022
Consultancy warns volumes that will go unrenewed this year are greater than Ten Point Plan assumes
LNG buyers under pressure to adapt
4 March 2022
Expectations for robust demand growth and constrained supply mean LNG buyers and policymakers will increasingly need to mitigate wild price swings
LNG pledge to Europe raises doubts
25 February 2022
Japan’s ill-defined promise of support may be more symbolic than practical
LNG’s prospects and future in the spotlight
24 February 2022
High spot gas prices and European concerns over security of supply might spark renewed interest in long-term LNG contracts, International Energy Week participants suggest
Mispricing the Russia risk factor
9 February 2022
The oil market may be too complacent that the worst could never happen
European gas market faces another uncertain year
28 January 2022
The lack of Russian gas and LNG capacity constraints threaten Europe with a shortfall of supply
Letter from Europe: Weaponised interdependence?
27 January 2022
Mounting fear of an invasion of Ukraine has put Europe’s uneasy relationship with its biggest gas supplier back into the spotlight
US LNG eases European storage crisis
20 January 2022
The US is set to play an even larger role in the global gas market this year, with the country gearing up to overtake Australia as the world’s largest LNG exporter
Electrifying Europe’s heat will not halt gas demand growth – TSE
31 August 2021
Heat pumps replacing gas for space heating will be offset by the need for the fuel to meet rising power demand
LNG projects aim to shrug off challenging year
31 August 2021
Progress has been slow on both the liquefaction and regasification sides over the past 12 months, but numerous new developments are planned
LNG prices may be set for strong Q4
24 August 2021
Supply- and demand-side factors pushed contracts to multi-year highs in recent months and may continue to lend support going into the fourth quarter
Europe’s gas market to rely on imported flexibility – IEA
5 July 2021
Despite current unusually high prices, the agency is relatively relaxed that portfolio LNG can replace domestic swing without the need for radical change in European contracting
European power trading innovation: The rush to intra-day
29 April 2021
The profits to be made from optimising a portfolio on a close-to-real-time basis have driven a significant shift in the market
European power trading innovation: Data begets more data
20 April 2021
Historic and real-time fundamentals are not the only information show in town, says software provider Kyos
European gas faces more winter price weakness
26 November 2020
The impact of further pandemic lockdowns is compounding an already bearish outlook
Europe’s delivered LNG and TTF prices diverge
17 November 2020
The price of the continent’s spot LNG trade does not exactly match the benchmark
Cautious optimism for winter gas demand
13 October 2020
Two forecasters predict that requirements for the fuel could be higher going forward, albeit with caveats
Allowing LNG to boost liquidity
6 October 2020
New European terminals can play a vital role in an era of pipeline gas decline, but only if they provide genuine flexibility for all
European winter demand has room to rebound
2 October 2020
The continent could take a lot more gas this winter. But not if we return to lockdown
Record-setting Q2 at northwest Europe’s LNG terminals
1 June 2020
Six of the region’s eight LNG terminals saw deliveries above 80pc of capacity for a second consecutive month
Europe wakes up to the energy question
1 July 2000
ENERGY is again back on the political agenda in Europe. Aside from connected issues, such as climate change, with which the EU has been concerned for some time, politicians in Brussels are looking seriously at the routes of energy supply to Europe.
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