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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 - 4 days ago

JKM breaks free, not for long

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

Users licensed for the data service can access LNG freight rates by clicking hereThe JKM near-curve has pulled away from the TTF in the past couple of weeks, gaining a premium that would result in Northeast Asia attracting US spot cargoes ahead of Europe. We see the JKM gains relative to the TTF..

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North America - 2 days ago

North America Panorama

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Due to the impending publication of our North America Outlook, today’s Panorama is abridged.Today’s report (week ended 20 Mar): EIA: -29..

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Europe - 5 days ago

Summer supply receives COVID-19 boost

Summer supply receives COVID-19 boost cover
Norway has cancelled much of its Q2 20 maintenance because of the coronavirus (COVID-19), making it likely that its production will be st..

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Global LNG - 1 month ago

Going viral

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The outlook for gas prices in summer 2020 has become even more bearish with a raft of drivers set to leave LNG stocks full at end-March...

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North America - 2 days ago

Catch a falling rig

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SupplyOver the course of the past several weeks, the oil price environment has changed drastically and the oil industry response to the p..

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North America - 1 week ago

Q4 19 results – Unsteady guidance

Q4 19 results – Unsteady guidance cover
End-of-year earnings calls for our sample of the largest publicly traded E&Ps came at an inopportune to draw conclusions for 2020 pro..

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Europe - 1 week ago

The crown affair

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The summer EU gas market outlook is now looking even weaker than it did last month, as a warm February (and so far normal March) across t..

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