30 September 2019

#BigE100: Our regular reporting on 100 big energy companies across industries

By |2019-09-30T14:02:03+02:00Monday, 30 September 2019|Categories: #BigE100, company strategies, Global Energy Briefing|0 Comments

Starting today we will regularly report on 100 big energy companies across industries,  from oil to gas, wind, solar and batteries: #BigE100 . We will focus on four aspects:

  • Company strategies
  • Energy transition towards low-carbon solutions
  • Shifting value chains across energy industries and beyond
  • Capital market indicators (stock performance, investors, benchmarking)
Read short news for free on our twitter account (@energycomment) or here on our website. Or read systematic news and background analysis, embedded into market and industry developments, in our very affordable, bi-weekly newsletter Global Energy Briefing (English and German version available - subscription details here: newsletter).
31 May 2019

Global Energy Briefing No 176: Energy Markets and Company Strategies – Deutsch/English

By |2019-06-05T19:41:09+02:00Friday, 31 May 2019|Categories: coal price, company strategies, electric vehicle sales, gas price, Global Energy Briefing, investment strategies, investment trends, Newsletter, oil price|0 Comments

Our second May newsletter Global Energy Briefing (No.176, 38pp) covers the latest trends in international fossil and renewable markets. From the sell-off in oil and gas markets to the latest EV sales numbers and investment strategies.

17 April 2019

10 Jahre Global Energy Briefing

By |2019-05-20T13:11:57+02:00Wednesday, 17 April 2019|Categories: Global Energy Briefing, Newsletter|0 Comments

Zehn Jahre Global Energy Briefing. Der Newsletter ist jetzt im 11. Jahrgang und gehört damit schon zu den “dienstältesten” deutschsprachigen Newsletter im Bereich Energiemärkte.

Seine Alleinstellungsmerkmale sind der explizit internationale Fokus von China über Europa bis zu den USA, sowie die breite Abdeckung der Energiewelt vom Öl bis zur Photovoltaik.

Ab diesem Jahrgang gibt es zwei Veränderungen:

(1) Neben die Marktanalysen treten jetzt Strategieanalysen der führenden Energiekonzerne der Welt, insbesondere unter dem Blickwinkel der globalen Energy Transition.

(2) Schon seit Jahresbeginn erscheint der Newsletter nicht nur in deutscher, sondern auch in englischer Sprache.

Unser Dank gilt allen Abonnentinnen und Abonnenten in Deutschland, der Schweiz, Österreich und Benelux!

 

17 April 2019

Global Energy Briefing No 174: International Energy Markets & Company Strategies (DEU/ENG)

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German + English Edition Available!

Our April newsletter Global Energy Briefing (No.174, 53pp) covers two topics:

A. Prices and market balance in the oil, gas and hard coal markets worldwide.

B. Company strategies and market trends in fossil and renewable energy markets (including EV and batteries).

Some focus topics of this issue are:
(a) Price divergence between fuels has further deepened: Oil, carbon up, gas, coal down; price outlook Brent
(b) the changing character of the US gas market; gas flaring in the Permian

c) Global oil companies: Three strategic groups emerging – features and outlook; China´s oil giants under pressure;
d) LNG and commodity traders;
e) PV giants: strategies and financial balances
f) Global wind turbine makers: rankings and financial stability; market access to China remains difficult
g) Shell´s utility strategy; global overview: NextEra,  Xcel,  Eskom
h) Electric vehicles: New EV policy in China; update global statistics

 


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25 March 2019

Global Energy Briefing No 173: International Energy Markets and Company Strategies in March 2019 (Deutsch/English)

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The new edition of our newsletter Global Energy Briefing (No.173, 53pp) covers two topics:

A. Prices and market balance in the oil, gas and hard coal markets worldwide.

B. Company strategies and market trends in fossil and renewable energy markets (including EV and batteries).

Some focus themes of this issue are:
(a) oil price outlook and 2019/2020 shale oil volumes; the slump in global gas prices; update EV sales statistics;
(b) preliminary model of “strategies in transition”; the future of the Permian Basin; strategic moves by Shell, Saudi Aramco, Tongwei, LONGi, SPIC, Senvion, Iberdrola, EDP, RWE, VW; trends in the global FTM and BTM battery markets.
(c) vademecum: global energy data.


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18 February 2019

Global Energy Briefing No 172 : International Energy Markets in February 2019 (English/Deutsch)

By |2019-05-20T13:10:50+02:00Monday, 18 February 2019|Categories: Global Energy Briefing, Newsletter|0 Comments

The new edition of our newsletter Global Energy Briefing (No.172) covers prices and trends of major energy markets worldwide. Main topics are: Oil market & oil price outlook, gas markets (EU, US, LNG/Asia), hard coal prices, EV sales statistics; global energy data.


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28 January 2019

Global Energy Briefing No 171 : Markets and Strategies in January 2019 (English/Deutsch)

By |2019-05-20T13:10:27+02:00Monday, 28 January 2019|Categories: Global Energy Briefing, Newsletter|0 Comments

The new edition of our newsletter Global Energy Briefing (No.171) covers prices, trends and strategies on major energy markets worldwide. Topics are among others: Oil markets, gas markets (EU, US, LNG, Asia), hard coal prices, PV module price trends, EV sales statistics