Global coal, gas & power: what to look for in 2015

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28 January 2015

Global coal, gas & power: what to look for in 2015

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In January 2015, Wood Mackenzie's senior thought leadership team highlights the key themes and milestones for the global coal, power and gas sectors in the year ahead.

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  • (1) The drive to thrive through cost cutting will continue this year for global coal suppliers.
  • (2) LNG suppliers will hope for a cold 2015, to counter downside market pressures.
  • (3) Coal M&A activity will rebound in 2015, but remain low in absolute value terms.
  • (4) Europe's resolve to diversify from Russian gas will be tested.
  • (5) The EU's 2030 climate-energy policy could be reshaped by the UNFCCC in Paris December 2015.
  • (6) Japan, Korea and Taiwan all face pressing decisions in 2015, but the big question is on nuclear restarts.
  • (7) In South East Asia, Indonesia export tax is back on the table with the competitiveness of mines at risk.
  • (8) 2015 was pegged as the year when North America power demand would finally get back to pre-recession levels.

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