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Tutorial gas market 3: Influence of the LNG market

Damen-Shiprepair-Brest-Scores-Second-LNG-Repair-Commission (LNG Worldnews) For a long time natural gas has exclusively been a grid-bound energy carrier. In consequence, markets for natural were not globalized, but there were several submarkets (see Tutorial 1) which supplied themselves. Furthermore, the price level in the various markets varied as no arbitrage between the markets was possible.
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Ex post analysis June 2017: market results of fluctuating renewable energies

The electricity production from variable renewable energies (vRES) increased by 13 per cent compared to the previous month. This is shown by the generation data of ENTSOE Transparency. June’s sales values of wind onshore and offshore decreased by roughly 18 per cent. In contrast to May 2017, the sales value of PV declined by only 7 per cent.
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New study: Climate protection through a coal phase-out

On behalf of Greenpeace e.V., Energy Brainpool, outlined a coal phase-out in Germany with focus on achieving the climate goals and yet ensuring supply security. In order to reduce the transition costs it is necessary to drastically increase the implementation of cost-effective technologies on the market such as PV and wind. On the contrary, security of market supply needs to be ensured by building new gas power plants and installing cross-border capacities as well as flexibility options.

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Tutorial gas market 2: Determinants of the natural gas demand

Irsching_Aussenansicht (blog.zeit) After giving you an overview of where natural gas is produced and the regions, which are most important for the European natural gas market, the following will provide you an overview of the gas consumption and on which factors it depends on.
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New study: Security of supply can be climate neutral and cost efficient during a cold dark doldrums

Energy Brainpool has examined the issue of a long-lasting cold dark doldrums by comparing different modelled weather years in a new study. For this purpose, the study looks at the influence of the weather of 2006 to 2016 on the current electricity system.
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The Energy Brainblog – biweekly review June 2017

The first two weeks of June 2017 have produced a number of interesting outcomes and discussions, for instance a significant reduction of the average price in the PV tender or the back and forth in drawing up the tenant electricity law. On the futures market little change could be observed, while the spot market has been dominated by the influence of solar and wind.
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Tutorial gas market 1: Geopolitical framework conditions of the natural gas markets

Gas transport facility Chongqing (China Daily) Natural Gas is currently the third most important primary energy carrier in the world (after oil and coal). The main advantages of natural gas in comparison to coal or oil are the high efficiency levels that can be achieved when generating electricity from natural gas. As with oil, the global reserves of natural gas are concentrated in a few countries around the world.
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Energy Brainpool releases power price scenario EU Energy Outlook 2050

The Energy Brainpool GmbH & Co. KG, the independent energy market expert from Berlin, releases the outlook on the development of the energy prices twice a year – the EU Energy Outlook 2050. The power price scenario covers all 28 countries of the European Union plus Norway and Switzerland.

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