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United Kingdom energy markets outlook 2014 - gas


United Kingdom energy markets outlook 2014 - gas

Report summary

Due to a mix of policy measures, gas into power will be a growth area in the UK’s energy market.

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Description

Due to their sensitivity to political events and the global economy, energy demand and trade remain extremely volatile. The rapidly changing cost environment for hydrocarbon production and renewable energy, combined with energy policy changes, means the fuel mix in energy markets can be unpredictable at best. Further complicating the outlook is the transition and pace of the energy-intensive developing world from industrial to services-based economic growth, supporting the growing need for power generation.

This Energy Markets Long Term Outlook report provides a multi-fuel supply and demand forecast supported by a breakdown of the key facts.

Companies involved in all sectors of the energy industry can use this long term outlook report to assess inter-fuel dynamics and market drivers for strategic planning and investment opportunities. Use it to understand supply and demand fundamentals across hydrocarbon and renewables.

Analysing 92 markets and providing comprehensive coverage of global energy supply and demand, Wood Mackenzie is ideally placed to offer extensive expertise and robust knowledge of the energy markets sector. We write detailed supply and demand forecasts across all fuels and sectors based on our objective, proprietary data.

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  • Executive summary
  • Market structure
    • The gas transmission and distribution sector is dominated by National Grid, which owns and operates almost all of the transmission and distribution pipelines in England, Wales and Scotland. National Grid must offer non-discriminatory TPA and its charges are regulated by the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).
    • Supply/retail
    • Gas trading
    • Privatisation and M&A
  • Policy and regulation
    • The network code
    • The entry capacity regime
    • UK storage regulation
    • EU & UK LNG regulation
  • Prices
  • Infrastructure
    • Pipelines
    • LNG
    • Storage
    • New infrastructure
      • Pipe
      • LNG
      • Storage
  • Demand
    • Industry
    • RCA
    • Power generation
    • Losses
  • Supply
  • Supply-demand balances
  • Trade

In this report there are 13 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Market structure
  • Policy and regulation
  • Prices
    • Gas prices (2002-2013)
  • Infrastructure
    • Infrastructure: Table 1
    • Infrastructure: Table 2
    • Infrastructure: Table 3
    • Infrastructure: Table 4
    • Infrastructure: Image 1
  • Demand
    • Gas demand (2012)
    • Gas demand (2005-2035)
  • Supply
    • Supply: Table 1
    • Supply: Image 1
  • Supply-demand balances
    • Supply-demand balance (2005-2035)
  • Trade
    • Trade: Table 1
    • Trade: Image 1
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