19 July 2019

Global Energy Briefing No 179: International Energy Markets in July (Deutsch/English)

By |2019-07-27T15:24:24+02:00Friday, 19 July 2019|Categories: coal markets, international gas markets, Newsletter, oil markets|0 Comments

All you need to know: Our second July newsletter Global Energy Briefing No 179 (32pp) covers the latest trends in international oil, gas and coal markets. We focus on recent oil price movements, OPEC and US shale oil outlook; the second focus is on European gas and global LNG markets as well as the recent coal revival in Asia. We conclude

10 December 2018

Global Energy Briefing No 170: Global Energy Markets in December (English Edition)

By |2019-05-20T13:07:36+02:00Monday, 10 December 2018|Categories: coal markets, electric vehicles, gas price, international gas markets, Japan, oil markets|0 Comments

The current edition of our newsletter Global Energy Briefing (No.170) reports on prices, trends and events on the international energy markets. Topics are among others:

(1) Oil price outlook after OPEC/Russia-Decision

(2) US gas prices surge by more than 40 per cent; but sink  in negative territory in Permian Basin

(3) EU/Asian gas markets – relaxed winter outlook

(4) Hard coal markets: Prices down; weak 2019 outlook

(5) Power markets: Japan – back to nuclear

(6) Electric car markets: strong US numbers; China new all-time high in October; EV market share 7 per cent by December?

19 October 2018

Global Energy Briefing No 168: International Energy Markets in October (English Edition)

By |2018-11-23T14:50:05+02:00Friday, 19 October 2018|Categories: coal markets, electric vehicles, gas price, investment trends, oil price, renewables|0 Comments

The current edition of our Global Energy Briefing (No.168) reports on prices, trends and events on the international energy markets. Topics of this issue are among others:
Oil price outlook – Iranian sanctions could fizzle out, weak oil price expected. Gas prices – relaxed winter outlook in Europe and Far East, China already supplied with LNG. Coal power generation unexpectedly attractive due to cheap blends; Glencore/Tohoku agreement. Emission prices (ETS) – stabilization after profit takin. Electric cars: Steep rise in USA; stagnation in Germany. Feature: Global investments in renewables in third quarter: shrinkage of 6%, sideways trend now in seventh year.