Interrogate Global Gas Model Next Generation base case outputs to create custom reports on production, demand, price flows and utilisation.
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Understand the global gas markets and make confident investment decisions
Uncertainty - over future gas prices, over trade flows, and even the role of gas in the global energy mix. How can you make long-term investment decisions with confidence?
Nevertheless, energy companies are committed to increasing the proportion of gas and LNG in their portfolios, and banking on gas as the transition fuel to a lower-carbon economy.
The Global Gas Tool Next Generation allows you to quickly and easily analyse data from our Global Gas Model Next Generation to better understand supply scheduling, seasonal demand, LNG trade flows and costs so that you can be prepared and make confident business decisions.
Features at a glance
The Global Gas Tool Next Generation allows you to query the base case outputs of the Global Gas Model Next Generation on a monthly or annual basis, and tailor reports on gas production, demand, price, global flows, and infrastructure utilisation.
The tool offers:
Demand by sector or geography, including contracted supply, demand gap and gas balance
Supply by asset, region or country including utilisation, mix and cost curves
Gas flows and pipeline utilisation, liquefaction, regas, storage, and LNG shipping flows
Gas prices at all nodal points on the network
projects using the global supply and demand dynamics
and annual reports tailored to meet your needs
Designed for you
Learn how the Global Gas Tool can help.
Identify trends and opportunities in a global context, with in-depth regional insight
Use the global supply and demand dynamics for benchmarking projects
Assess the potential prices available for spot imports into various markets
Analyse and interpret results with a clear and comprehensive suite of output reports
Understand the costs of different supply projects delivered into each market
Realise how much demand is already covered by contracts in each market
ENI optimistic for restart of Egyptian exports and Europe at historic storage highs The TTF November price dipped circa 60₡ below the end of last week's reporting period, settling at a low of $ 15.1. Similarly, NE Asia prices followed TTF slipping 39 ₡ to $16.9. In contrast, Henry Hub gained last week by around 15% following initial signals of the cold weather season beginning. NE prices currently sit well above the competitive range for coal, incentivizing countries such as Japan to switch to baseload coal-fired power generation.
Supply risks and uncertainty around the world drive upward pressure on prices TTF rose this week as concerns mounted over Egypt’s ability to supply LNG cargoes. November TTF rose by more than 20% this week from $11.8/mmbtu to $14.4/mmbtu, with a peak of $15.3/mmbtu. This surge has put gas prices at their highest since September. The LNG price for November delivery into NE Asia increased by around 7% to $15.3/mmbtu from $14/mmbtu the previous week. Henry Hub also made similar gains to NE Asia, increasing by around 7% to $3.4/mmbtu