Europe gas and power H2 2014 - summary

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26 November 2014

Europe gas and power H2 2014 - summary

Report summary

Here we summarise the key influences on Wood Mackenzie’s H2 2014 European gas and power outlook and discuss some of the key changes from our previous forecast.

Table of contents

    • The energy policy background to 2030
    • ETS reserve arrangements will raise the cost of emissions from 2021
    • A new emphasis for renewable energy targets
    • New rules for incentive regimes
    • Valuing the capability of flexible suppliers
    • Coal versus gas for conventional supply share
    • Europe demand recovery in 2015, lower demand to 2020
    • European reverse flows to Ukraine a new feature of the market going forward
    • Reduced indigenous supply, additional mid-term risks in Norway
    • Minor delay to Shah Deniz II, Kurdistan maintains momentum
    • LNG imports - higher short term, lower long term
    • Similar Russian pipe imports
    • Outlook now extended to 2035 - Long-term opportunity for new pipe supply
    • Price outlook

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  • Europe gas and power H2 2014 - summary: Image 1
  • Global gas price forecast
  • European gas supply mix

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