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  • Total production in Canada's Montney play will likely reach 10bn cfe/d in 2019, an increase of 16% from 2018, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie. The outlook for Montney production stays positive beyond this year, with the play forecast to reach 20bn cfe/d by 2030.Much of the forecast gro...

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  • The price of European Emissions Allowances (EUAs), the tradeable unit under the European Union (EU) Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), jumped from €7/tCO2e in 2018 to an 11-year high of €27.46/tCO2e at the beginning of April this year, reports market analyst ICIS. During the last year, emissions under ...

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  • Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from stationary installations regulated under the Europen Union’s (EU) carbon market decreased by 4.2% last year to 1,679mn tonnes, according to the carbon research team at Refinitiv.In the power and heat sector, 2018 emissions came in at 893mn tonnes, down 61mn tonnes...

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  • Some 11mn British households on default tarrifs will be affected as the energy regulator, Ofgem, is set to increase the energy price cap by 9.3% on 1 April 2019. According to Ofgem, the increase to the cap – which is designed to ensure energy companies can thrive and offer good value to customers – ...

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  • Tor Martin Anfinnsen, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Trading, Equinor, provides an overview of how Equinor is responding to the changing oil and gas landscape and the drive to a low-carbon future. He will be speaking at IP Week.

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  • Blockchain’s immutable digital record of ownership could facilitate securitisation of commodities in storage and in transit, potentially revolutionising the way capital is deployed across the industry  

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  • The Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand are looking to use imported LNG to offset domestic natural gas reserve depletion, writes David Hayes.

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  • An Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD) report has concluded that carbon pricing worldwide is still too low to force sufficient changes in behaviour and economic activity to limit climate change, reports Keith Nuthall.Entitled Effective carbon rates 2018: Pricing carbon emi...

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  • China implemented a 10% tariff on US LNG on 24 September 2018, as part of a ‘tit-for-tat’ trade war between the two nations. It is proposed the tariff will increase to 25% from the start of 2019 unless the two countries agree a deal. So far, the US has imposed three rounds of tariffs on Chinese prod...

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  • Saint Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange (SPIMEX) and S&P Global Platts have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) under which they will work on the development of pricing mechanisms for exported Russian crude oil, including the formation of independent and representative price in...

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