Leyra Fernández Díaz

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Leyra joined Energy Aspects in August 2016, working as a natural gas and emissions research support analyst. She holds a BSc in Politics and Economics from Brunel University. Before joining the team, she previously worked at Bloomberg’s commodity department for 3 years advising clients, and assisting with the development of Bloomberg’s commodity offering.

Recent publications

  • | European gas

    NBP and continental gas prices continued their bull run last week, supported by high coal prices, unseasonably cold weather, low LNG receipts, and tighter pipeline supply.NBP D+1 prices averaged 46.97 p/therm last week, up by 2% w/w, and the NBP M+1 edged up by 0.56 p/therm w/w to an average of 45.9…

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  • | Fundamentals

    In August, cooler-than-normal weather in northern Europe led to declines in gas demand in Belgium, the Netherlands and France. In the UK, gas demand was largely flat y/y at 3.5 bcm as slower growth in power sector demand offset gains in other sectors. In the southern markets of Spain and Italy, low …

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  • | North American gas

    Energy Aspects expects tomorrow’s EIA storage number to be an 86 bcf injection. Our initial forecasts for the next two EIA storage weeks are injections of: 91 bcf and 79 bcf.Production in the Gulf Coast has been recovering towards its 3.2 bcf/d level before hurricane Harvey hit Texas, according to o…

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  • | September STEO revises up production and pipeline exports, but few changes to 2017 & 2018 gas demand

    In summary:The EIA has revised up its 2017 dry gas production forecast by 0.2 bcf/d to 73.7 bcf/d, now higher by 1.4 bcf/d y/y.Pipeline gross exports for 2017 have been revised 0.4 bcf/d higher to 7.1 bcf/d in 2017.Overall demand for 2017 and 2018 was unchanged, but power sector gas demand was revis…

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  • | European gas

    NBP and TTF gas prices edged higher last week as lower LNG sendout and Norwegian supply—compared to late August—aligned with strong injections into storage to further narrow the y/y storage gap.The market looks set to stay in a reasonably tight range as planned late-summer maintenance curbs Norwegia…

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