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Energy Aspects offers coverage of the global natural gas markets, led by Trevor Sikorski in London. The service provides insight into the North American (Henry Hub and basis), European (NBP, TTF, Zeebrugge and NCG), and global LNG markets.

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Global LNG - 3 hours ago

US spot exports back under pressure

Panorama reports provide weekly analysis and views on global gas markets.

Please note that users licensed for the data service can access LNG freight rates by clicking here.Slumping global LNG prices are again straining the economics of exporting spot supply from the US, with an offtaker reportedly rejecting a cargo from the Cameron LNG facility as a result. Near-curve..

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North America - 56 minutes ago

Lower 48 gas storage

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This report includes our forecast for the next two EIA Weekly Natural Gas Storage Reports. We also include a sample of our weekly supply-..

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Europe - 1 day ago

Troll rears its head

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Last week saw a y/y uptick in Norwegian deliveries to Europe, and we expect that Norwegian flows will now remain at least flat y/y, even..

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Global LNG - 2 weeks ago

Treading water

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One of the consistent features of the summer price curve has been the wide prompt–winter 2019–20 contango. For LNG, this storage play ten..

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North America - 3 weeks ago

$2 floor no more?

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SupplyProduction in October is on track to hit a new record high, with more than 1 bcf/d of sequential gains. This high baseline will sup..

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North America - 1 day ago

Q3 19 results – Slow-motion growth

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Earnings calls for US gas producers for Q3 19 results pointed to continued gas production gains, albeit at a declining rate from quarters..

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Europe - 5 days ago

Lost in transit

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The outlook is bearish for the rest of the winter, and even more so for the following summer. Over the last six weeks as temperatures hav..

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