Leyra joined Energy Aspects in August 2016, working as a natural gas and emissions 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.
Next week's edition of Panorama will be published on Tuesday 29 May, owing to the UK bank holiday.A combination of low demand and high supply, aided by strong Norwegian and Russian flows last week, helped narrow the y/y European storage gap to 3.2 bcm, with last week’s build some 0.16 bcm h..
Mild weather and high renewable and hydro generation cut gas demand across most of Europe in April, while strong Russian flows offset lower Dutch and Norwegian supply, helping narrow the y/y storage gap. European stocks stood at 24.2 bcm on 1 May, down by 7.1 bcm y/y, compared to an 8.9 bcm gap o..
A period of warm weather and very high Norwegian supply helped Europe post another large y/y stockbuild last week, cutting the y/y storage gap to just 3.6 bcm. The storage build was helped by total demand across NW Europe being 0.2 bcm/d lower y/y at 0.42 bcm/d in the week to 11 May, with both re..
Mild weather and high renewable and hydro generation cut gas demand across most of Europe in April, but strong storage injection demand supported a 0.79 bcm y/y increase, to 21.58 bcm, in total EU gas imports. North African and LNG supplies shrank compared to last year, but strong growth in Russi..