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Europe imports more Russian LNG

Russian LNG imports have risen to a new high this winter. 17 percent of all LNG ship deliveries to Europe came from Russia. This means that Russia is currently the second largest LNG supplier for…
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Mild February, weak gas demand meets strong supply

Gas prices have recently recovered slightly. However, demand in February was weaker than ever before. Although temperatures are expected to fall back to the seasonal norm in the first half of March, this does not…
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Geopolitical tensions most important risk factor for gas markets

Concerns about LNG supply are weighing on the gas markets this week. LNG shipments are burdened by the drought and congestion in the Panama Canal and the escalation in the Red Sea. Geopolitical tensions could…
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Gas demand at 25-month high

The recent cold temperatures in Germany have led to the highest demand for gas in 25 months. The strong supply ensures sufficient flexibility during the cold spell. High LNG send-outs and withdrawals as well as…
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Gas market, current situation and outlook

Gas prices are weaker this week compared to the previous week. Mild weather forecasts and high gas
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Factors influencing forward prices on the gas market

From 2025, the LNG supply on the global gas market will increase significantly. This is one of the reasons for the backwardation of the gas futures curve. Essentially, there are three main factors that influence…
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Gas markets weaker, little additional downside potential next week

Prices on the German spot THE and for the front month Dec-23 have converged significantly on the German THE in the past week. In the previous week, the front month was still around 4 EUR/MWh…
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Gas markets with focus on Asian LNG prices and the power market

The risk premiums since the start of the escalation in the Middle East have largely been priced out again on the gas futures markets in the meantime. The further development of gas prices in November…
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Warm start of winter – weak gas demand in October

Gas prices were highly volatile in October and significantly more expensive than in the previous month of September. This was mainly due to the risk premiums caused by the escalation in the Middle East, as…
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Despite the Middle East conflict: Why the gas markets have calmed down somewhat

Geopolitical risks continue to provide support on gas markets this week. However, the current trading week has so far been less volatile than the last two weeks.
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