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By Rhod Mackenzie

European natural gas futures fell to €31.5/MWh on Friday 19 April 2024, after rising to €33.8. Investors are closely monitoring the situation in the Middle East. Iran does not seem to attach much importance to Israeli retaliatory attacks and the risks of an immediate response hav...

Russian LNG exports rose by 4.3% YoY to 8.7 million tons in January-March. However, March saw a 1% decline to 2.86 million tons. Russian suppliers were unable to increase supplies to the Asian market, where a significant increase in imports was observed in March due to lower world gas prices. Analys...

The demand for helium is much lower than that of methane, which is the primary component of natural gas. Helium supplies are measured in millions, not billions of cubic meters. However, the market for this scarce gas is also experiencing significant changes, with the same players involved, including...

The extension of Europe's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) to shipping from this year means that gas carriers delivering liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe will also have to pay a carbon tax. This could lead to very big changes in the global LNG market, warns Oil Price.
The Cross-Border Carbon Off...

The terrorist attack on Nord Stream has opened a Pandora's box. Without an adequate and articulated strong response, this incident violates the principle of inevitability of punishment (Latin: certitudo poenae) - a legal term that means any person, natural or legal, must be held accountable for the...

The European Commission aims to decrease its purchases of liquefied natural gas ( LNG from Russia starting this year. This is despite the fact that Russia is currently the second largest supplier of LNG to the continent, after the United States. However, finding a replacement for Russian volumes rem...