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WORLD GAS INTELLIGENCE

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Independent analysis and insights on the global gas market

Understand what’s driving the natural gas markets with our weekly flow of independent analysis and information. LNG producers, traders and buyers access commercial, economic and political developments – including new deals, projects and pricing – for a complete and accurate understanding of what's driving the global gas markets, at a time when climate concerns are mounting.

Features

  • On-the-ground reporting of key gas markets in China, Asia, Europe and the US
  • Proprietary weekly assessments of spot prices in Northeast Asia and Southwest Europe provide insights into pricing trends
  • Corporate comparative analysis examines buyer and seller shifting strategies in response to the accelerating energy transition; and more deeply analyzes the push for “greener” gas and the desire for carbon-neutral LNG cargoes
  • Policy decisions in the US, Europe and Asia that affect demand for gas versus other fuels, particularly renewables
  • Changing buying or selling patterns of individual countries in response to economic, political and environmental pressures
  • The latest news on long-term, short-term and spot LNG sales, as well as analysis of their implications for gas markets
  • Updates on supply-side projects, pipelines and liquefaction plants

Our LNG coverage is available through the Global LNG Service.

The Global LNG Service delivers a comprehensive package of news, data, analysis and research to help you understand global LNG market dynamics in the near, medium and long term.

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What's included in our natural gas coverage?
  • Key Asian markets
  • Gas and the energy transition
  • LNG contract terms
  • Proprietary spot prices
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  • Lessons from European gas inventory dynamics in 2022 provide important insight into rebuilding storage in 2023. Still, several categories of policy remedies intended to lower the gas price burden for European consumers loom large, reflecting shifting longer-term priorities. While the region continues to look toward the Eastern Mediterranean for gas supply, it could be Egyptian fiscal challenges that help keep the country's LNG exports elevated in the near term.
    Tue, Nov 22, 2022
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