2014/15: A winter of uncertainty for gas


Watch our video to discover the changes occurring within the world gas market and the implications for Europe and Asia

This winter, Europe's gas needs will be greater than last, driven by rising domestic demand and Ukraine's call on gas through new reverse pipeline capacity. However, competition for supply with Asia may be exacerbated by a particularly cold weather snap or the disruption of Russian gas transit.

Here, Noel Tomnay, Principal Analyst for Global Gas & LNG, outlines our integrated outlook for winter 2014/15 and identifies the scenarios that may influence market dynamics and prices for both regions.

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Winter risks to Asian LNG and European gas - cold temperatures and Ukraine transit disruption [Subscription required]
Asia Pacific LNG and European Spot Prices - the 14/15 Winter Outlook [Subscription required]

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