What role does Shale Gas have to play in Europe?

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What role does Shale Gas have to play in Europe?

Michelle Michot Foss joined us at the 2014 Flame Conference to talk to about Shale Gas security, predominantly within Europe, and what the future holds within the region, and at a wider global level.

30 Seconds with Guy Broggi

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What is everyone going to be talking about at Flame? New paradigm in Europe for natural gas & LNG usage: power versus transportation, big LNG versus small scale LNG What’s the biggest worry for the natural gas industry? Find new business models to make profit out of declining demand (re-loadings, new usage, imports from the…

Russia-China gas deal: All bets are off

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By Leslie Palti-Guzman and Tatiana Mitrova This article originally appeared on the FT.  Both Leslie and Tatiana will be speaking at this years Flame Conference. As the global picture for the natural gas market transforms, Russia and its national champion Gazprom have found their long-term export strategy challenged. No longer able to rely on their…

What the Ukrainian crisis means for gas markets

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Written by: Simon Pirani, James Henderson, Anouk Honoré, Howard Rogers, Katja Yafimava Take a look at the new Oxford Institute For Energy Studies report on what the Ukrainian crisis means for natural gas markets.  Authors Simon Pirani, James Henderson, and Katja Yafimava are hosting the new Russian Gas Monday Forum at Flame this year.  This piece originally appeared on the…

Eight Arguments for the Exploitation of Shale Gas and Oil

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James Woudhuysen, Professor Of Forecasting & Innovation, De Montfort University, Leicester, provides us with eight arguments for the exploitation of shame gas and oil.  James will speak on a panel at Flame this year which will discuss the progress of European Shale Gas.   1  The world needs more energy, and Britain is not alone in…

Challenges to JCC Pricing in Asian LNG Markets

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Written by Howard Rogers and Jonathan Stern Challenges to JCC Pricing in Asian LNG Markets Since 2000, diverging regional gas demand and production trends have induced a wider and more flexible network of trade-flows in an increasingly interconnected gas world, accelerated by unforeseen shocks in both supply and demand. North America and the UK entered…

What trends will Flame explore in 2014?

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We interview with Victoria Chatterton, Director, Flame Conference.  What were the common issues and topics Victoria saw in her research for this years event, and how will they be tackled at Flame 2014?  What was the most interesting trend you came across during your research for Flame? I love doing my research for Flame- the…

In the news – Flame Keynote Jim O’Neill

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The Flame Conference is this year delighted to have Jim O’Neill, Visiting Research Fellow, Bruegel & former Chairman Goldman Sachs Asset Management, speaking at the event in Amsterdam this May. Jim will be speaking on the importance of Growth Markets on the European economy, in fact, in Jim’s words, he plans to discuss…. ‘The ‘old’ developed nations…

Dr Victor Gao discusses the role of China in the Global Energy Markets

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Dr Victor Gao joined us at the 2013 Flame Conference to present on China, and it’s place in the Energy mix.  He stopped by to speak with Flame TV about the role China plays in the Global Energy Markets, specifically over the next decade.  Where exactly does China sit in Global Energy at the moment,…

What is the Future of LNG Exports in the USA?

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Charlie Ebinger, Director, Energy Security Initiative, joined us at Flame 2013 to provide some insights on the future of LNG Exports in the USA.  What are his predictions for 2025?  Why are they pessimistic?  How will the Nuclear Power reactors in Asia affect the market?  Find out all that and more as we spend four…