In Issue 3 of the Quarterly Gas Review, we explain why the EU Commission should consider transforming the crude and refined products strategic obligations into an energy storage obligation, allowing all fuels to be included, in the cheapest way, in providing the required energy storage buffer. This could be achieved by changing Directive 2009/119/EC which […]
This third OIES Brexit publication looks at the European-wide EU emissions trading system (EU ETS) issues. We argue that the many burdensome patches to be implemented, together with those that are already agreed or discussed, are as nothing compared to the Brexit unknowns if there is no united political will.
Still possible that the Danish energy agency and/or Danish foreign ministry will approve one of the three routes -… https://t.co/5QToPK2Yn2
A review of prospects for natural gas as a fuel in road transport https://t.co/LHOICkAUUz
OIES study on Russia’s refining system reviewed: Plans for further additions of more complex refining units have be… https://t.co/GTmB7XB5g0