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Market Movers Europe, June 25-29: Focus on OPEC compromise; traders eyes impact of US–China tension

Market Movers Europe, June 25-29: Focus on OPEC compromise; traders eyes impact of US–China tension

2018-06-25 09:44:58 EST

In this week's Market Movers: the impact of trade tensions on US crude exports will be closely monitored; Turkish tariffs are under the spotlight; and Germany will consider how and when to end coal-fired power generation.


News Headlines

Denver (Platts)--17 Oct 2018 555 pm EDT/2155 GMT
Output from play's East Texas acreage hits 2.5 Bcf/d in Oct
Houston (Platts)--17 Oct 2018 332 pm EDT/1932 GMT
The NYMEX November natural gas futures contract jumped 8.1 cents and settled at $3.320/MMBtu Wednesday, largely driven by erratic weather and storage concerns.
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Podcasts

June 15, 2018
Following a meeting of energy chiefs with Pope Francis in the Vatican, Britain's Lord Browne, former CEO of BP and current executive chairman of L1 Energy, tells S&P Global Platts that change in the world's biggest industry, oil and gas, will be a slow process.
May 31, 2018
Tackling growing road transport emissions is one of the EU's biggest challenges in meeting its long-term climate change commitments.
May 04, 2018
SABIC's Abdulrahman S. Al-Fageeh talks about company updates and how operations might be affected by the US-China trade tension, and the changes in China's policies.
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Feature -- Iran Sanctions: Global Energy Implications

May 08, 2018
US President Donald Trump's plan to leave the Iran nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions could have major impacts for global oil, natural gas, metals and petrochemical markets.
Factbox: Energy, metals impact of Trump's decision to reimpose Iran sanctions
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Analysis: An Iranian exodus could open more doors for US crudes in Europe
Analysis: An Iranian exodus could open more doors for US crudes in Europe
The potential reduction of Iranian crude into the European market as result of renewed sanctions will likely benefit US crude exporters, which have enjoyed an increasingly large share of that market, an S&P Global Platts analysis showed May 8.



The Barrel Blog

June 14, 2018
Attendance was greater than ever at the IATA Fuel Forum in London. Ease of location was no doubt a factor, with fuel procurement teams flying in to London from all over the world. However, another factor is the current robust health of the airline industry... for now at least.
June 07, 2018
Since a collaboration with Intercontinental Exchange took effect six months ago, S&P Global Platts has seen a substantial increase in natural gas trade information on a day-to-day basis, resulting in a more enhanced view of the markets.
May 02, 2018
Russia’s Gazprom continues to supply high volumes of natural gas to the EU despite long-running disputes over pipelines, competition and Ukraine, the latest S&P Global Platts guide to EU-Russian natural gas relations shows.
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Published December 2017

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