Thierry Bros on the impact of the arrival of a new competitor (US LNG) on European prices where Gazprom has a sizeable market share and hence real market power, at the November 2017 Energetika Conference in St Petersburg.
In this presentation, Thierry Bros argues that the Dutch TTF is now the most liquid hub in Europe (in front of the UK NBP). He also analyses the dynamics of the new Groningen cap, US LNG and record Russian flows. The presentation concludes with a focus on the potential impacts of Brexit on policy and […]
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