In 2010, the Indian government increased the price of ‘administered’ gas to more than double its previous level, in a significant policy change. This move, whilst appearing to signal a reduction in distortions on one side of the policy equation (that is, the price paid to gas producers by marketing and retailing companies), highlights distortions […]
Natural gas plays a central role in the UK (and the world) energy market in the first decade of the 21st century, but is facing the prospect of a decline in its importance as environmental factors combine to reduce the importance of natural gas and the other carbon-based fuels. This will inevitably result in the […]
This presentation was given by Anouk Honoré at the Energy Risk Management seminar on June 28, 2005 at the Cass Business School in London. It highlights the first results of our on-going research on gas demand in Europe.
OIES is pleased to announce that Tatiana Mitrova has joined its team working on the energy transition and Russia energy scene.
Could we see $2 gas in Europe in 2020? https://t.co/Qux0RekoW6
Anouk Honoré on gas demand and LNG in Europe: With regasification terminals only being used at about 28 per cent of… https://t.co/BWS6XLhJIe
OIES study on China’s energy security quoted: The preliminary conclusion for China from these tumultuous few weeks… https://t.co/1kuGFzOQWA