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  • Contributed by: David Ledesma, Energy & Strategy Consultant and Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
In my first article for Gastech Insights, I discussed how the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) has pub
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  • Contributed by: Francisco P de la Flor, Director for International Organisations, Enagás
During the last few months, two major EU official events were organised in Denmark and Spain. The Copenhagen Energy Infrastructure Forum took place in May, while the Madrid Gas Regulatory Forum was held in June.
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  • Contributed by: Poppy Kalesi, Energy Policy Director, Environmental Defense Fund Europe (EDF)
In a resolution on the European Union’s (EU) net-zero strategy, on 14th March the European Parliament once again acknowledged the political urgency for legislation on what has, to date, been Europe’s climate blind spot: methane emissions.
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With a new level of urgency now underpinning discussions around the medium and longer-term outlook for the European gas market, Gastech Insights asked 10 market experts - “How can Europe's gas industry decarbonise and transform the
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  • Contributed by: Dumitru Dediu, Partner, Boston, McKinsey & Company
The European gas market has seen several shifts—driven by a milder winter, rising European LNG demand due to attractive prices in
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  • Contributed by: David Ledesma, Energy & Strategy Consultant and Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
The pace of energy transition towards low carbon fuels is one of the biggest challenges facing individuals, companies and governments today.
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  • Contributed by: Dr Arnt Baer, Head of Politics and Associations, Gelsenwasser
Currently, about 70 million European industrial and private customers are supplied by a gas grid 2.2 million kilometres in length. Natural gas, not only as a product, consists of various positive habits for heating, power generation and transport.
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  • Contributed by: Murray Douglas, Research Director, European Gas, Wood Mackenzie
Proposals to build a German LNG import terminal have gathered momentum, but does the country need its own supply of LNG?

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