Oxford Energy Podcast – SE Europe Gas Markets

In this podcast James Henderson talks with Julian Bowden about the progress of gas markets in SE Europe. After a number of years when activity towards developing regional infrastructure has been negligible, a number of factors have come together to accelerate progress. Julian discusses his recent research on the region and outlines how the arrival of an increasingly diverse range of supply options, both pipeline and LNG, is combining with new infrastructure and market reforms to open up a number of gas markets. This could have interesting implications for the European gas market as a whole as gas from the Southern Corridor and Turk Stream starts to arrive in larger volumes and as Turkey starts to play a larger role as a transit country.


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  • SE Europe gas markets: towards integration

    By: Julian Bowden

    SE Europe as a regional gas market is often overlooked because of its small size – just 25 bcma aggregate demand.  However, this misses the point of its important role in other wider issues.  With Russia the dominant supplier, its countries have played a transit role for Russian gas into the region and to Turkey.  […]

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