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  • EFET
    EFET welcomes the temporary suspension of national registries to enhance their security, but urges for more attention to adverse market effects and clarification of the legal situation The European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET)1 welcomes the decision of the European Commission (EC) and EU Member States (MSs) on 19 January, 2011, to suspend national registries in response to recent security breaches. Energy Consultants
  • Energy experts,regulators, lobbyists, experts and think tanks in Europe and the UK
  • European Energy Regulators
    Today the European Energy Regulators1 submitted detailed advice to the European Commission on how to improve the transparency of fundamental electricity data2.
  • The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies was founded in 1982 as an autonomous centre for advanced research into the social science areas of energy issues. The Institute is committed to the idea of dialogue – between consumers and producers, government and industry and academics and decision makers.
  • Further to the announcements on 10 August and 13 October 2010 regarding the proposed combination of International Power (the “Company”) and GDF SUEZ’s Energy International Business Areas (outside Europe) and certain assets in the UK and Turkey (“GDF SUEZ Energy International”) to form an enlarged International Power (the “Combination”),
  • ENTSO-E welcomes Energy Summit conclusions Europe’s leaders have provided the direction on how European energy policy goals will be met. ENTSO-E welcomes these conclusions as they support the most urgent electricity transmission needs for action; on market integration, infrastructure permitting and public acceptance, transmission investment, and Innovation.
  • LONDON ENERGY BROKERS’ ASSOCIATION
    London, 03 March 2011 – London Energy Brokers’ Association (“LEBA”), the industry association representing the FSA regulated wholesale market brokers in the OTC and exchange traded UK and liberalised European energy markets, today publishes the regular monthly volume report covering the main European gas, power, coal and emissions markets.
  • News fom EnergyQuest
    EnergyQuest Australia provides timely data, rigorous analysis and sound strategic advice on Australian oil and gas, coal seam gas, LNG and liquid fuels. EnergyQuest is an Australian-based energy advisory firm, which specialises in energy market analysis and strategy for energy companies, energy buyers, investors and governments. Gazprom and Wintershall intend to expand gas production
  • Today, Alexander Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Management Committee of OAO Gazprom, and Dr. Hans-Ulrich Engel, Board member of BASF, responsible for the Oil & Gas Division, signed in St. Petersburg a Memorandum which foresees possible development on a parity basis of two additional sites of the Achimov deposits of the Urengoy field. The document
  • Algeria’s shifting gas export policy: Between policy and market constraints.
    Hakim Darbouche The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies has recently published a paper, by Hakim Darbouche, analysing the main drivers of Algeria’s gas export strategy since the early 2000s.
  • On the Green Investment Bank, James Cameron, Vice-Chairman of Climate Change Capital, said: “The Budget is a pivotal moment in the evolution of the Green Investment Bank concept into a real and enduring institution.
  • This paper by Jonathan Stern and Howard Rogers argues that Continental European gas markets are moving inexorably from oil-linked to hub-based pricing. Market prices for gas increasingly reflect a complex combination of national regional and global supply and demand for gas rather than oil products.
  • Alstom signs €300 million taiwan power plant contract
    Alstom has signed an Operation and Maintenance (O&M) contract extension with Ever Power IPP Ltd (EPIC), an independent power producer, for the Hai-Fu gas combined cycle power plant located in Taoyuan, Taiwan. 
  • Kassel. Germany’s largest crude oil and natural gas producer plans to stay on its growth course of recent years. “We have laid the foundations for future growth by strengthening our technological expertise, making promising new discoveries in the North Sea and expanding our partnership with the world’s largest natural gas producer, Gazprom,”.

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