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IENE NEWSIENE Launched New Weekly Publication on SEE Electricity Markets

Thursday, October 11, 2018

IENE Launched New Weekly Publication on SEE Electricity Markets

In light of increased interest and energy trading activity in SE Europe, IENE has launched a weekly newsletter on SEE’s vibrant electricity markets. SEE Electricity Market Analysis is IENE’s latest newsletter, the first issue of which appeared on October 2nd

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ANALYSISSaudis Skeptical About Russia's Oil Production Prospects

Friday, October 19, 2018

Saudis Skeptical About Russia's Oil Production Prospects

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman stated in a recent interview with Bloomberg that within the next 19 years, Russia’s role in the oil market might substantially decrease. He even suggested Moscow might stop exporting oil. At the same time, Prince Mohammed praised his own kingdom's supply of hydrocarbon resources, which he said willkeep Saudi Arabia a top market player for decades to come

ANALYSISPipeline Dreams

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Pipeline Dreams

On January 30, the deepwater drillshipSaipem 12000sent its drill bit into a cavern beneath one-and-a-quarter miles of water and a mile of rock in the eastern Mediterranean. The Italian oil and gas company Eni, which had contracted the ship, announced a week later that the cavern, called Calypso, was “an extended gas column,” containing an estimated six to eight trillion cubic feet of natural gas

ANALYSISWhat No Deal Brexit Means for UK and EU Energy Markets

Friday, October 5, 2018

What No Deal Brexit Means for UK and EU Energy Markets

A no deal Brexit will encourage the U.K. to invest more in domestic power generation to balance additional costs from electricity imports from the EU as a third country and to upgrade its gas storage capacity, a policy analyst at the European Policy Centre (EPC) told Anadolu Agency on Thursday

ANALYSISRussia Seeks to Increase its Share in LNG Market

Friday, September 28, 2018

Russia Seeks to Increase its Share in LNG Market

Russia seeks to become one of the world's largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporters thanks to foreign investments despite U.S. sanctions against some Russian entities. Until a few years ago, Russian authorities had been skeptical about the prospects on competing for the global LNG market dominated by Qatar, Australia, Algeria, Indonesia and the U.S

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