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    Renewables and US gas vie for Mexico's power market: Mexico gas, power, and renewables long-term outlook H1 2018

    • 26 April 2018

    In our H1 2018 Long-term Outlook, we analyse the prospects for long-term supply, demand, and prices across the gas and power space.

    $8,000.00

    Summary

    Despite massive gas infrastructure investment in Mexico, including connections to the prolific Permian play in West Texas, a surge in LNG and a spike in energy prices have questioned the results of the energy reform. In the early edition of our H1 2018 Long-term Outlook, we analyse the factors driving this increase and the prospects for long-term supply, demand, and prices across the gas and power space.

    What's included

    • Document

      Mexico GPR Long Term Outlook 4 1 2018.pdf

      PDF 2.72 MB

    • Document

      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Gas Demand Breakout Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 927.20 KB

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      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Gas Price Outlook Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 251.08 KB

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      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Gas Supply Breakout Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 1.21 MB

    • Document

      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Gas Supply Demand Balance Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 617.41 KB

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      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Capacity Prices Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 99.78 KB

    • Document

      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Clean Energy Compliance Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 107.42 KB

    • Document

      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Delivered Fuel Prices Real Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 256.40 KB

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      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Load Forecast Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 137.95 KB

    • Document

      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Prices Sparks IHR Darks Real Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 2.79 MB

    • Document

      LTO H1 2018 Early Release Supply Demand Energy Mexico 4 1 2018.xlsx

      XLSX 484.69 KB

    • Document

      Renewables and US gas vie for Mexico's power market: Mexico gas, power, and renewables long-term outlook H1 2018

      ZIP 9.08 MB

  • Insight

    Four things you need to know about China's renewable portfolio standard

    • 04 April 2018

    China's renewable portfolio standard is a positive milestone but still awaits further clarifications and effective enforcement.

    $1,050.00

    Summary

    For years, China's renewable energy output has been constrained and grid companies have not been forced to purchase maximum renewable generation volumes. China recently released a draft policy for its renewable portfolio standard. Though still in its draft form, the RPS policy is a solid step in the right direction after prolonged debate. If well enforced, we expect to see higher capacity utilisation of renewable power, as well as more market transactions that support faster penetration of renewable energy. But the draft policy could be improved by further clarifying the role of grid companies, setting challenging but achievable RPS targets, incentivising coastal markets to import renewable electricity, and adding detailed yet enforceable penalties to drive compliance. They are key to ensuring the policy has real teeth to bite.

    What's included

    • Document

      Four things you need to know about China's renewable portfolio standard

      PDF 462.66 KB

  • Insight

    China gas and power month in brief: demand growth meets seasonal slowdown

    • 27 April 2018

    China gas and power demand growth meets seasonal slowdown in March.

    $950.00

    Summary

    China's energy sector transitioned into off-season mode in March. Gas and power demand growth dropped compared with the first two months. LNG imports remained strong in the first quarter, but high spot prices are beginning to erode demand from industrial and petrochemical sectors. Recognising the importance of reasonable energy pricing in increasing the competitiveness of its manufacturing industry, China wants to cut power tariffs for common industrial and commercial users. To make shale gas more affordable, China has also reduced the resource tax for shale gas development. China has been planning for the next heating season. Hebei province will shift its policy focus away from gas switching to electricity substitution this year. Electric heating using renewable energy is also crucial in the policy framework. The government has announced regulations to boost distributed wind and solar PV development by offering incentives. Clean and local heating initiatives will gain more traction.

    What's included

    • Document

      April-2018_dashboard.xls

      XLS 209.00 KB

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      China gas and power month in brief: demand growth meets seasonal slowdown

      PDF 1.45 MB

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      China gas and power month in brief: demand growth meets seasonal slowdown

      ZIP 1.48 MB

  • Insight

    Energy view to 2035: the energy transition takes hold, what's next for commodities?

    • 17 April 2018

    The energy transition takes hold; what's next for commodities? See the six messages from our Energy View to 2035.

    $3,400.00

    Summary

    The term ‘energy transition’ is perhaps overused, but it does serve to describe the themes, trends and forecasts summarised in the 2018 edition of Wood Mackenzie's Energy View to 2035. The world is moving away from a fossil fuel dominated energy system, and towards one featuring greater consumption of electricity, more renewables, and lower CO2 emissions. But this new era won’t arrive overnight, or even in a single decade. The energy transition is a long-term story.

    What's included

    • Document

      Energy View to 2035.pdf (2)

      PDF 2.16 MB

    • Document

      Energy View to 2035_Executive Summary.pdf

      PDF 180.35 KB

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      Energy view to 2035: the energy transition takes hold, what's next for commodities?

      ZIP 2.06 MB