Tag: Flexibility

  • Gas Storage in Great Britain

    By: Chris N Le Fevre

    During the last decade any discussion of Great Britain’s natural gas security of supply has touched on the issue of the adequacy, or otherwise, of underground storage capacity.  Simplistic comparisons with neighbouring continental European national gas markets are questionable due to the differing pace of market liberalisation, changing demand and supply patterns and the availability […]

  • The Transition to Hub-Based Gas Pricing in Continental Europe

    By: Jonathan Stern , Howard Rogers

    This paper by Jonathan Stern and Howard Rogers argue that Continental European gas markets are moving inexorably from oil-linked to hub-based pricing. Market prices for gas increasingly reflect a complex combination of national regional and global supply and demand for gas rather than oil products. An increasingly competitive European gas market created by third party […]

  • The German Gas Market post 2005: Development of Real Competition

    By: Heiko Lohmann

    This study describes the development of the German gas market from 2006 to 2009 and its transition from a market situation where hardly any competition was observable to a market where competition is starting to take place. I already described in an earlier study in 2006 the development – or stagnation – of the German […]

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