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As we extend our long term forecast to 2050, our view highlights the crucial role of natural gas in the future energy mix.
30 March 2021
How quickly can Iran ramp-up production after US sanctions are lifted and what will the impact on the oil market be?
01 April 2021
What impacts would a decision to shut down Dakota Access have on North American crude flows and differentials?
07 April 2021
Webinar recording and slides for our natural gas summer outlook
16 April 2021
05 January 2021
Monthly coverage of China's market balance and prices in gas and power sectors.
OPEC+ returning supply, demand recovery continues, and Iran talks resume
21 April 2021
We’re now the world’s second largest gas exporter.
Wood Mackenzie's Q1 2021 update to the regulatory status of North America new pipeline projects, now including rates and a shipper database.
12 April 2022
Mexican Energy Reform ended 75 years of state monopoly across both the power and oil and gas sectors, allowing private companies to participate in ...
Another flip flop from storage withdrawals to injections as we move into April is expected. However, April is setting up to be much colder than nor...
08 April 2022
Our changes to the outlook for this monthly leave the supply and demand balance largely similar to our early March 2022 view with downward revision...
The Biden Administration in early April announced a historic SPR release of 180 million bbls over six months translating to an additional 1 million...
Above-average hydrology during the wet season in Brazil allowed the system operator to recover reservoirs, which reached an aggregate level of 70% ...
07 April 2022
The EU strategy to diversify away from Russia is at a point of no return. Natural gas demand will be the biggest loser (-70 bcm by 2030), as the EU...
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