Europe energy in brief archive - Q2 2017

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03 July 2017

Europe energy in brief archive - Q2 2017

Report summary

The Europe energy in brief archive (Q2 2017) catalogues our rolling analysis, views and updates on events across Europe's energy sectors. Europe energy in brief provides the latest Wood Mackenzie view on key issues across all fuels in the region. Our experienced industry analysts collaborate with colleagues across sectors to develop our objective, proprietary analysis. Our coverage of the region is integrated with our global analysis to provide unrivalled insight and enable us to fully explore implications for market participants.

Table of contents

  • Statoil increases Troll production cap
  • US LNG navigates to northern Europe
  • German gas plants gain advantage over coal, but both still struggle against renewables
  • Spanish hydro reserves hit record low forcing greater gas demand
  • Rough closure – UK caught short
  • Turkey accelerates FSRU development
  • UK backs out coal while wind and solar share reaches new high
  • DONG Energy delivers on offshore wind
  • Groningen production set to fall again
  • Nord Stream 2 financing scheme announced
  • Algeria focused on maintaining European gas exports
  • Libya gas field shut-in disrupts Italy exports
  • Further problems for European gas storage in Germany, Austria, UK
  • Green light for Denmark North Sea development
  • Subsidy-free offshore wind blows into Europe
  • Power supply highlights Q1 2017
  • Liberalisation of the Latvian gas market
  • Russia, Belarus settle gas price dispute

Tables and charts

This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Troll production outlook
  • Spanish hydro reserves vs gas, coal output
  • Rough historic storage and injections, and future supply scenario

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