ZEMA for in-depth
ZEMA for in-depth
Coordination of Gas and Electric Industries: Increasing Transparency?

By: Olga Gorstenko | Date: May 30, 2013

Over the last decade, the electric power industry has been on an unprecedented rollercoaster ride throughout a whirlwind of market ups and downs, regulatory twists and turns, and environmental swings. It has gone through a series of major changes. Even ... Read more »

Natural Gas: High Stakes, High Uncertainty and Global Repercussions

By: Maninder Manhas | Date: April 29, 2013

Gas markets around the world have undergone some major shifts in the past decade. Production and storage levels have risen to historic levels in North America, where speculation over liquefied natural gas has reached fever pitch. Add environmental and political ... Read more »

The State of Fracking Globally: Who’s Playing Catch-Up on the US

By: Denise O'Donovan | Date: March 28, 2013

Shale gas has been pitted as one of the main drivers for economic recovery in the US. Earlier this year, during his state of the Union address, President Barack Obama said the American oil and gas boom of recent times had ... Read more »

How Renewables Shape the Future by KYOS Energy Consulting

By: KYOS Energy Consulting | Date: January 29, 2013

by Cyriel de Jong, Hans van Dijken and Emiliyan Enev, KYOS Energy Consulting Introduction In 2012, the German capacity of solar energy passed the 32 GW mark. The impact on the market prices is noticeable: summer prices go down, peak prices go ... Read more »

 Effective Date: January 29, 2013

2013 Energy Forecast by EOX Live

By: EOX Live | Date: January 24, 2013

Despite the relatively sideways trading range and declining volatility that the last few months of 2012 has brought the oil markets, underlying developments have remained fairly dynamic. The November election in the U.S. and change of power in China will ... Read more »

Falling from a Height – the Impact of the Fiscal Cliff on the Energy Sector

By: Ian Mathieson | Date: December 20, 2012

The energy sector has recently become a bastion of hope for the US. Despite the year-on-year growth in the shale gas and oil industries, continued bickering in Washington is causing serious concern over what consequences no compromise could have on ... Read more »

The Revival of Western Oil and Gas Production – It Only Changes Everything

By: Denise O'Donovan | Date: November 29, 2012

Crude oil and natural gas production in North America is booming, contributing to a massive reshaping of the global energy landscape. At the launch of the 2012 Edition of the World Energy Outlook (WEO) in London on November 12, the International ... Read more »

South East Asian Electricity Markets: a Long and Winding Road to Competition

By: Graham Wilkins | Date: October 31, 2012

Competitive markets promote efficiencies in operation for many sectors and the power industry is no different. Early adopters of deregulated power industries in Europe in the early 90s paved the way for similar implementations around the world. A competitive market ... Read more »

Shale Gas: More Complications for Price Forecast Developers. Part III.

By: Olga Gorstenko | Date: September 28, 2012

The Demand Side of the Equation An unprecedented natural gas production revolution in the U.S. offers many benefits and at the same time poses many questions. We are presenting a series of articles that discuss how shale gas expansion adds to ... Read more »

U.S. Coal-Fired Generation Community Wins Important Battle Against EPA

By: IIR Energy | Date: August 29, 2012

By Brock Ramey, North American Power Research Manager for IIR On August 14, 2012, coal industry leaders were sitting in a crowded room listening to the keynote address at the opening of the Coal-Gen conference in Louisville, Kentucky, and the buzz ... Read more »

 

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