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In Issue 2 of the new Quarterly Gas Review series: We show that the biggest reductions in CO2 emissions occur when primary energy consumption is decreased. The change in energy mix towards greener fuels has so far been much less important. One of the main EU 2020 targets was to achieve its CO2 reduction by […]
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 […]
What Next for Asian Benchmarks https://t.co/l0HiKd4PJl
A cleaver comment by US President Donald Trump on Russia-Germany Nord Stream 2. Read @thierry_bros interview in Fre… https://t.co/ipMQftQ42b
J Stern on Germany’s imports of Russian gas: Europe particularly northwestern Europe has turned into a gas-trading… https://t.co/nR3mBymiLz