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[WEBCAST] Driving the energy transition by unlocking talent A conversation with Tatiana Mitrova
Presented by the Flame conference in association with Women in Energy, Climate and Sustainability (WECS), this hour long online discussion will feature energy transition expert Tatiana Mitrova.
LNG demand: buyers’ strategies in Europe, 2020 - 2030
This article is the concluding piece in a three-part series assessing the evolution of the LNG market over the next decade. Read on as independent LNG consultant Guy Broggi considers Europe’s typical role as an LNG market of last resort, and what this may mean for buyers’ strategies going forward.
LNG demand: buyers’ strategies in Asia and the Middle East, 2020-2030
Which of the world’s Asian and Middle Eastern LNG consumers will absorb the additional 120 - 150 Mtpa of extra LNG capacity expected to come to market by 2024, and how are buyers’ strategies likely to evolve over the coming decade?
LNG Markets: the race for supply, 2020-2025
In this guest post, independent LNG consultant Guy Broggi lays out the groundwork for the supply factors that are likely to shape LNG markets over the first half of the next decade. He goes on to provide an in-depth analysis of the major actors’ LNG strategies over the period under consideration, taking into account the timelines for new projects, the balance of global demand and the impact of geopolitical risk.
The LNGgc Industry Report: Survey Results & Analysis
Earlier this month we asked our global subscriber base of LNG professionals to weigh in on some of the industry’s major talking points. Our questions covered everything from LNG bunkering to the emergence of new trading hubs, project financing, rising LNG shipping prices, and the impact of the trade war between China and the United States.
How can Europe's gas networks be decarbonised?
Decarbonising Europe’s gas networks could save consumers €1150bn by the year 2050, according to a study by the consulting and engineering firm Pöyry. The study compared the costs of decarbonising gas with an all-electrification approach.
Given the advantages of using existing infrastructure as part of the decarbonisation drive, we ask: what are the available options for “greening” gas, and what would a decarbonised gas network actually look like?
The Future of LNG
The shale revolution is leading the world to a future of abundant and affordable oil and gas. The technology of liquefying natural gas (LNG) is increasingly used to ship gas produced in cost-competitive regions to where gas demand is growing but where local gas production is falling. Structural reforms in the power and gas sectors and rising competition from renewables and alternative fuels are reshaping the global LNG industry. In this article, Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) elaborates on the implications and describes the future of LNG.