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Energy Intelligence Forum 2021
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  • Our recent Energy Intelligence Forum revealed unique circumstances driving this year’s chaotic gas and LNG markets, along with warnings about transition management, resilience in the energy system and investment needs. This year’s volatility should prompt movement to the relative security of term volumes, but oil market upside is a concern, while other options may beckon. Supportive market conditions could encourage LNG-oriented M&A as well, but longer-term demand and climate risks continue to loom.
    Wed, Oct 13, 2021
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  • US shale companies have become some of the most efficient businesses in the market today, producing mountains of free cash flow and rewarding investors. Despite their unwavering commitments to capital discipline, some are even seeing their production volumes grow. Energy Intelligence experts dig in to how companies have accomplished this, what the next steps in their strategies are and how long the run of returns will last.Hosted by: Casey Merriman, Editorial Director, Western Hemisphere and Luke Johnson, Deputy Editor, Energy Intelligence Finance
    Tue, Aug 31, 2021
  • Carbon pricing is gaining momentum, with a patchwork of approaches prevailing. Energy Intelligence experts epxloain some of the key things to watch in this podcast.Hosted by: Ronan Kavanagh, Deputy Editor EI New Energy and Lauren Craft, Editor EI New Energy
    Fri, Jul 30, 2021
  • Energy Intelligence’s levelized cost of energy (LCOE) calculations show renewables costs becoming more competitive even though gas has temporarily reclaimed its position as the world’s cheapest power source.Hosted by: Ronan Kavanagh, Deputy Editor EI New Energy and Philippe Roos, Senior Reporter and Analyst
    Sun, Jul 18, 2021