It’s release month and licensees are soon to receive the 22Q4 base case and you all will get our industry insights into what the data tells us! Our users and those following the gas and LNG market in US, Canada and Mexico will watch with interest as we release our new video for the GPCM Market Simulator for North American Gas and LNG, with more to follow including for the G2M2 Market Simulator for Global Gas and LNG.
Articles and Media
Our G2M2 Global Analytics team has just published a study showcasing trends, uncertainties and challenges currently facing the global gas market. The topics covered range from the LNG value chain, macroeconomics, European market dynamics, as well as LNG contracts and terminal capacities. It also covers a wide range of scenarios such as global and regional gas consumption, LNG trade flows, and hub price forecasts. This study aims to address what exactly all of this means for the LNG trade and the global gas market moving forward.
“Given the trend of fast reduction in gas demand in Europe, the European gas price is expected to continue its temporary premium to Asian markets for the next two years and then come lower than the Asian LNG price by 2025 .”
“Any severe weather events could tip the delicate balance in the global LNG market and require more gas than planned which may lead to a challenge of refilling storage in the winter come 2023-2024”
GPCM® Market Simulator for North American Gas and LNG™
Why is GPCM is the most widely used tool for natural gas and LNG market analysis? Find out in your new video showing how to use GPCM in developing simulations for scenario analysis and forecasts for North American gas flows, price and basis.
Taken from the trove of the writings from our energy experts. Here read technical insights and far-sighted analysis relevant through the lens of today’s energy.
Opportunity in a Volatile Gas Market
“Every day there seems to be a new wrinkle throwing energy markets into a spiral, highlighting the need for companies to be flexible and poised to take advantage of the next fold that could occur at any moment. Will we see an end to this chaos? Is there light at the end of the tunnel or is the front of an oncoming train?”
“Industry participants are well aware of the issues and damage that can result from storm surge and flooding… [This] article examines the consequences of impacts to LNG export terminals, using the Hurricane-proof analysis as the base case and applying reductions to LNG exports…“
Food For Thought
Read some of our engaging commentary on social media and join us in the conversation.
The Cost of Moving Away from Gas
“As we recover from this arctic freeze, is New York going to really make their 2023 energy priority to electrify everything? New York pays 15% more for their gas and 47% more for their electricity than the rest of the country…”
Read the post here.