The gradual transition to a low carbon economy and the rise of renewables is affecting the outlook for coal and oil, yet natural gas' prospects are improving.
Numerous 'mega projects' are vying for demand, including a wave of new supply from the US. This is placing both prices and margins under pressure, presenting considerable challenges for operators and investors who need detailed insight to inform their decisions.
In a highly volatile global gas market, buyers, sellers and governments are presented with significant obstacles, as well as opportunities, including:
- Demand uncertainty related to a low carbon future
- Increasing competition in the supply environment
- Optimising value via different gas monetisation solutions
- Geopolitics and the implications for infrastructure development
- Supply security