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Spain acts as soaring energy prices pile pressure on EU governments

September 14, 2021

Europe’s soaring electricity and gas prices are putting the heat on EU governments, with Spain announcing temporary tax cuts to cushion the blow to consumers as other countries also seek to minimise the political damage from the rise.

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Energy prices hit new records as charities warn of ‘heat rationing’

September 13, 2021

Many more households will be forced into “desperate” measures such as rationing their heating this winter, charities have warned, as a global gas supply crunch, low wind output and strong demand continued to push energy prices across Europe higher.

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Montel - Energyscan

Coal could spiral to USD 200/t this winter

September 07, 2021

A shortage of thermal coal this winter could yet see prices breach USD 200/t – a record high last seen in 2008, Engie Energyscan analysts said in a note on Tuesday.

Read more on montelnews.com

EnergyScan - Bloomberg

Europe Faces Energy Price Shock With Gas and Power at Records

September 06, 2021

Europe is facing an energy price shock as the cost of natural gas and electricity surges to record levels. 

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EnergyScan - Bloomberg

European Gas Futures Climb to Fresh Highs as Russian Flows Dip 

September 06, 2021

European natural gas futures surged to record highs on Monday as the amount of Russian gas flowing into Europe through a key entry point dipped, crimping supplies in an already tight market.

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Natural Gas Prices Swing as Traders Track Variables Across Globe — LNG Recap

July 13, 2021

Global natural gas prices have turned volatile after a stretch of gains as traders watch variables in key markets from the United States to Asia. In the United States, the Henry Hub prompt contract finally retreated early last week after a nine-day winning streak….

Read more on naturalgasintel.com

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Key EU Gas Futures Spread Widens on Supply Crunch Concerns

July 05, 2021

A key spread between monthly gas futures traded near the widest level in at least six years, highlighting the tight supply conditions that propelled prices to record highs this week.

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European Natural Gas Price Rally Loses Steam, but Supplies Remain Tight — LNG Recap

June 28, 2021 Natural gas prices in Europe and Asia are moving higher as the market has continued to tighten in a trend that’s setting the stage for a  bullish summer for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports…

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Hot Weather, Low Storage Inventories Continue Driving Global Demand for Natural Gas — LNG Recap

June 7, 2021

Global natural gas prices were mixed on Monday, picking up where they left off last week, but the outlook remains strong as bullish market fundamentals in Europe, Asia and South America remain largely unchanged..

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LNG 101: How Europe’s Carbon Market Drives Demand for Natural Gas Imports

June 3, 2021

European carbon prices have soared in 2021, reaching heights not seen since the continent’s emissions trading system (ETS) was established in 2005 and signaling what could be a longer-term trend across a region looking to further tighten climate regulations..

Read more on naturalgasintel.com

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Supply Issues, Strong Demand Push Natural Gas Prices Higher in Asia, Europe — LNG Recap

May 25, 2021

Natural gas prices in Europe and Asia are moving higher as the market has continued to tighten in a trend that’s setting the stage for a  bullish summer for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports…

Read more on naturalgasintel.com

EnergyScan - Bloomberg

King of LNG Undercuts Rivals to Keep Dominating World Market

May 20, 2021

The world’s top exporter of liquefied natural gas is ramping up production dramatically and undercutting competitors in a bid to squeeze them out the market…

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Global Natural Gas Prices Sputter, but Stronger Outlook Remains Unchanged — LNG Recap

April 27, 2021

A rally in Asian and European natural gas prices lost steam last week, but fundamentals remain unchanged as the coming months are still expected to be tight.

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European, Asian Natural Gas Prices Rally as Market Continues Tightening — LNG Recap

April 20, 2021

Natural gas prices in Europe and Asia are moving higher as the market has continued to tighten in a trend that’s setting the stage for a  bullish summer for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports…

Read more on naturalgasintel.com

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EUROPE GAS: Prices Gain to Winter Highs on Carbon, Cool Weather 

April 19, 2021

European month-ahead natural gas prices rose to the highest since February, supported by forecasts of cooler weather and carbon’s push to a record high. Widespread below-average temperatures seen across northwest Europe throughout the next 10 days, Maxar said in a report…

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Low European Natural Gas Stocks ‘Good News’ for U.S. LNG Exporters

March 17, 2021

European Union (EU) natural gas storage inventories are trending below the 5-year average, setting the stage for a potential boost for U.S. exporters in the coming weeks and months…

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Global Gas Prices Fall on Declining Demand — LNG Recap

March 2, 2021

Global natural gas prices fell last week on warmer temperatures and declining demand as winter nears an end. Both April spot and futures prices in Asia slipped below the $6.00/MMBtu mark as buying in the region has fallen off…

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U.S. Feed Gas Nominations Still Climbing as Exports Recover from Deep Freeze

February 23, 2021

U.S. feed gas deliveries were poised to hit their highest point in nearly two weeks on Tuesday as liquefied natural gas (LNG) export operations along the Gulf Coast continued ramping up after a historic winter storm nearly shut them down last week…

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Montel - Energyscan

END OF DAY – CO2 rises amid vaccine hopes, bullish complex

February 16, 2021

European carbon prices rose on Tuesday amid hope for an economic recovery, as global coronavirus vaccine programmes progressed, and an overall bullish energy complex…

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Global Natural Gas Prices Normalize, but Demand Remains Strong — LNG Recap

January 25, 2021

Global natural gas prices continued to normalize last week as forecasts warmed and more supplies became available. The Japan Korea Marker spot price fell below $9.00 to finish at $8.90/MMBtu after it shot above $30 to reach an all-time high earlier this month…

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Summer gas prices may spike on low German storage – analysts

January 19, 2021

German gas storage levels fell to their lowest since 2017 in mid-January amid a cold spell, which may increase the risk for prices spikes in the summer season contract in case of a cold February, analysts said…

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Asia LNG prices skyrocket as buyers scramble for supplies amid cold snap, power shortages

January 6, 2021

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices continued to set records in North Asia on Wednesday as buyers scrambled for prompt cargo deliveries amid a supply shortage and cold snap…

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U.S. Exports Poised for Longer-Term Gains as NatGas Rally Continues

January 4, 2021

Winter natural gas prices across the globe have yet to peak as a rally continued Monday in Europe and Asia on colder weather that’s set to boost both heating demand and U.S. exports…

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Montel - Energyscan

Carbon rally to aid German gas demand in lockdown – analysts

December 16, 2020

A carbon and coal price rally should fuel German gas demand during the latest lockdown beginning Wednesday, keeping consumption higher than during the first lockdown in the spring, analysts told Montel…

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EU Market: EUAs retake €25 on short-covering, reports suggesting Biden win

November 4, 2020

EUAs surged to a seven-day high above €25 on Wednesday, extending their recovery rally as financial markets rose despite an undecided US presidential election…

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EnergyScan - Bloomberg

Gas Market Buys Merkel and Putin Time on Nord Stream 2

October 11, 2020

Germany won’t need additional gas flows this season, giving Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin another reason to bide their time on the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline…

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Montel - Energyscan

END OF DAY – Carbon drops on profit-taking after rally

October 8, 2020

(Montel) European carbon prices fell on Thursday as investors took profits after the previous day’s rally and following the European Parliament vote to cut EU emissions by 60% by 2030, market participants said..

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EnergyScan - Wall Street Journal

U.S. Gas Exporters Eye Europe’s Surging Prices

September 16, 2020

Natural-gas prices have surged in Europe following a plunge in the spring, offering much-needed relief to U.S. exporters. Spot prices for gas in the Title Transfer Facility, a virtual trading hub in the Netherlands…

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Germany May Not Need Another Nord Stream Pipeline Right Now

September 06, 2020

As pressure mounts on Angela Merkel to drop support for a controversial gas pipeline caught up in a diplomatic spat, analysts question whether Europe will actually need the fuel — at least for the next few years.

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Montel - Energyscan

High German power prices may herald coal return – analysts

September 02, 2020.

An anticipated rise in German power prices this autumn should encourage the return of some coal-fired capacity, after the country’s coal burn hit a decade low this summer, but headwinds remain, analysts told Montel …

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Pandemic heralds new world order for energy

August 24, 2020

Changes forced by Covid-19 may mean the global energy mix has permanently shifted in favour of lower-carbon fuels—if governments decide to support the progress, says Engie’s Laurent Nery.

Read more on petroleum-economist.com

Montel - Energyscan

TTF Q1, Q4 spread at record high on Nord Stream 2 doubts

July 06, 2020

The spread between the Q1 21 TTF gas contract and its Q4 20 counterpart equalled a record high EUR 2.07 hit in May on Monday over delays to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, analysts said.

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Montel - Energyscan

TTF spot may rise 12% in July as supply tightens

July 01, 2020

Spot gas prices at Europe’s TTF hub looked set to rise 12% in July, extending last month’s recovery as maintenance to gas infrastructure in Norway and Russia and a slowdown in LNG deliveries tighten supply, analysts said.

Read more on montelnews.com​
Montel - Energyscan

TTF gas prices seen steady near record lows in May

April 30, 2020.

TTF spot gas in May should average around the same level as in April, as potential upside from the easing of coronavirus measures should be offset by warmer weather while the risk of lockdown extensions persists.

Read more on montelnews.com​
Montel - Energyscan

GAS – Prices fall amid weak demand, oversupply

April 09, 2020.

European gas prices for delivery next month fell on Thursday amid ample supply, healthy expected renewables generation, mild weather forecasts and weak demand amid the coronavirus crisis lockdown.

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After Two Bad Winters, Natural Gas Heads for an Even Worse Summer

April 01, 2020

After two warmer-than-usual winters gutted demand for energy, natural gas is headed for an even more difficult summer because of the coronavirus.

The price of the fuel used for everything from power generation to home heating is plumbing record …

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EnergyScan - Bloomberg

Indian Ports In Confusion as Virus Lockdown Hits Operations

March 25, 2020

India’s government told all major ports that the coronavirus fight is a valid reason to halt some port operations, leaving traders confused over which goods will continue to flow in and out of the world’s seventh-biggest economy.

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EnergyScan - Bloomberg

Gas Plunges in Europe On Concern Virus Weakens Economy

March 16, 2020.

Energy commodities plunged in Europe on concern that lockdowns stemming from the coronavirus outbreak are hurting the economy.

Carbon emissions dropped as much as 13% Monday on ICE Futures to the lowest level since February 2019… Read more on bloomberg.com​

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