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In this first of a new series of Quarterly Gas Reviews, Thierry Bros provides his insights and analysis on recent regional and global pricing issues while also commenting on relevant questions concerning policy and market-related matters. The report contains two major sections: an analysis of prices and recent events and a “Quarterly Focus” which provides […]
A new OIES study on European gas demand: The UK was the only one of the large gas consumers not to use more gas in… https://t.co/pEiiSTUKmk
BP & Reliance last week sanctioned phase 2 of India KG D6, with all three phases to bring 10 bcm/y of new productio… https://t.co/sUkzpj1C0k
Jim Henderson on Germany-Russia gas ties: While lower prices may reflect strong diplomatic links, they also show th… https://t.co/3ZWnDt4XlV