Corporates Struggle to Fathom Europe's Future Gas Market

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  • Rising state intervention on the European energy market in the form of price caps on oil and gas has created an unpredictable outlook for corporates.

  • Executives warn that any caps could have unintended consequences, and see LNG suppliers simply opt to seek out higher prices in Asia.

  • While record profits have put oil and gas producers under the political spotlight, the energy crisis has underlined the importance of what they do.

The Issue

Gas Prices, Gas Supply, LNG Projects, Gas Demand, LNG Supply, Oil Prices
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