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

  • | Fundamentals

    Mild weather cut LDZ gas demand and high wind generation curbed power sector gas demand across most of Europe in October. Stronger renewable generation coupled with above-average temperatures shrank total gas demand in the UK and Italy by a hefty 0.65 bcm (11%) y/y and 0.40 bcm (7%) y/y, respectivel…

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  • | European gas

    Prompt gas prices should continue to find support this week from a combination of Norwegian production constraints and forecasts for another several days of unseasonable cold. Last week, similar dynamics pushed the TTF D+1 to average 19.32 €/MWh, up sharply from 18.10 €/MWh in the week to …

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  • | November STEO revises down Q4 17 dry gas production forecasts and 2018 power sector gas demand.

    In summary:   The EIA has revised down Lower-48 dry gas production in Q4 17 by a further 0.5 bcf/d, following last month’s 0.1 bcf/d reduction. 2018 production, however, was revised up 0.4 bcf/d.  Power sector gas demand in Q4 17 has been raised by 0.2 bcf/d to 23.2 bcf/d, b…

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  • | Spain and Italy – Oct 2017

    Gas demand was mixed for Spain and Italy during October. Low hydro levels and nuclear availability boosted power sector gas demand in Spain, driving total demand 8% higher y/y to 2.54 bcm, while in Italy total gas demand fell by 7% y/y to 5.11 bcm on milder weather and strong renewable generation.As…

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  • | European gas

    European gas prompt prices have started to rise as temperatures begin their seasonal slide and res-com demand begins to rise, with the week through 3 November seeing a 0.25 bcm stockdraw—the first of the new heating season.Res-com demand across Northwest Europe is forecast to rise sharply this…

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