Energy Trading

Gazprom’s Central Operations and Dispatch Department

Russia’s Gas Pipeline Network Revised

Russia’s Gazprom, in which the government holds a controlling stake, is responsible for about 11% of global gas output. In 2016, it extracted 419.1 Bcm of natural and associated gas, 15.9 million tons of gas condensate and 268.9 Bboe (39.3 million tons of oil). Gazprom is a vertically integrated energy […]

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PEAK INTO THE FUTURE Serving the Changing Global Energy Mix

The transition from the fossil fuel age to a low carbon environment is underway and gathering speed under the combined forces of increasingly stringent environmental regulations and technological innovations. In response, oil majors and countries are diversifying into gas as a bridging fuel and renewable energy.  As early as the […]

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EU Gas Trading in Transition

 Gas imports of 345 Bcm valued at 17 billion euros were traded across Europe during the first nine months of 2017. Russia remained the E.U.’s top supplier of natural gas, increasing its market share to 44%, followed by Norway at 33%. A new trend is the rise in LNG (Liquid […]

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The market in strategic commodities

Commodities underpin our way of life… They are the raw materials of our food, clothing, mobility, heating, medicines and entertainment, and crude oil is the most traded commodity in the world. It is a vital constituent of gasoline for cars, kerosene for jet fuel, feedstock for chemicals, plastics and pharmaceuticals as well as consumer […]

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EU Gas Trading in Transition: The Impact of Blockchain

In this second of two articles covering the transition of EU gas trading, Nicholas Newman discusses how  natural gas trading in Europe may be on the cusp of a blockchain revolution. You can read the first article here. Blockchain technology, most commonly associated with trading cryptocurrencies, is a virtual digital and decentralised […]

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