Though the Canadian oil sands may have been overlooked in recent years, due to the impressive story of North American tight oil growth, their massive bitumen deposits still comprise a major portion of the world’s crude resources. With an estimated 170 billion barrels of economically proven reserves (amidst the 1.7-2.5 trillion barrels of oil in […]
Lacking a commonly held definition, volatility is an often over-generalised term with different meanings to different constituencies. This does not detract from the importance of the subject. To traders volatility is a source of revenue, to energy intensive industrial end-users it is often perceived as a threat. Midstream utilities actively work to risk-manage volatility in […]
In contrast to the majority of European gas analysis which has tended to concentrate on security issues narrowly defined as dependence on Russian gas supplies, this study shows how changes in North American gas supply and Asian gas demand over the next 15 years can create fundamentally different outcomes for European supply, demand and pricing. […]
For 2005, total United States natural gas consumption as reported by the US Energy Information Administration (USEIA)2 was just below 22 Tcf3, which was about 1 Tcf less than the historic high of 23 Tcf reached in 2000. At roughly 19 Tcf, the total figure for marketed production reported by USEIA was lower than the […]
In his latest presentation Dr Robert Skinner examines the outlook for LNG, its influence on the evolution of regional gas markets, the likelihood of a global gas market and potential issues and factors affecting investments.
OPEC at the Crossroads https://t.co/plmceBzfEr
Oxford Energy Podcast – Implications of the DG COMP investigation into Gazprom https://t.co/eGEsZZLHOD
Jonathan Stern on whether Germany should dump Nord Stream 2: It will be needed soon, even if not at the end of 2019… https://t.co/VS4lvpLM2h