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The European Union is on track to close 2022 with consumption below previous years and healthy reserves. However, a possible return to normal temperatures, China's economic recovery and, concerns about Russia supply and nuclear generation in France could put pressure on the gas markets in 2023

The increase in EU gas reserves to 94% of capacity together with warmer weather and lower consumption indicates that Europe is in a good position to face the rise in consumption during winter. Factors to be considered are the European Commission's proposal on the gas price cap and possible gas supply cuts.

Reserves accumulated so far (96 bcm) would cover the EU's natural gas needs for next winter assuming: the current flow of imports is maintained, normal weather and a conservative 5% reduction in consumption.

As news of the vaccine unfolds, and it becomes more evident that the Covid-19 pandemic could be controlled sometime next year, attention will shift back to climate change as one of the most pressing crises of our time. Across the world, the pre…

The natural gas industry will not be immune to the devastating impact that COVID-19 has had on the economy. Demand in the industrial and services sectors will significantly go down due to the extended "stay-at-home" policies across the states.

Shale production fundamentally altered the relationship between oil and natural gas prices. Although most of the natural gas produced is consumed domestically, exports have also flourished. Henry Hub natural gas prices are likely to increase gradually supported by solid demand

The U.S. is expected to become a net exporter of natural gas sometime between 2017 and 2018. Mexico’s economic development will support pipeline exports. Difficult beginning to liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, but positive outlook in the long-run due to economic growth and environmental policies

Natural gas is a vehicle towards renewables, but LNG supply shortfall to emerge in next decade. Policies such as Clean Power Plan accelerate growth of wind and solar. Shale still has key role as link between storage and long-term projects.