ICIS - energy podcasts podcast

ICIS - energy podcasts

ICIS Energy

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377 Episoden

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    Episode 388: Current coal phase-out plans in Germany and Poland

    12:48

    A key topic of debate at the moment in both Germany and Poland is the role of coal as a power source within each country’s energy mix, with Germany on track to close down at least 2GW of coal by 2022. ICIS Energy market reporters Laura Mendes and David Battista talk about the progress of German and Polish coal de-commissioning programs and how this might affect power prices and other regional power markets in coming years. 
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    Episode 387: European Hydrogen Update

    12:34

    Energy market reporter Laura Mendes and lead hydrogen reporter Jake Stones discuss key developments in European hydrogen. This episode covers a recent announcement from INEOS to invest £1bn at the Grangemouth industrial cluster in Scotland to support blue hydrogen production, the UK’s future of hydrogen, and what the German elections might mean for the largest demand base in Europe.
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    Episode 386: What do record high spot LNG prices mean for demand ahead of and during the winter?

    8:15

    How is demand reacting to record LNG spot prices? In this ICIS podcast episode, LNG reporter Fauzeya Rahman chats with LNG editors Ed Cox and Ruth Liao on how global markets are reacting to record high prices and what to expect this winter. 
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    Episode 385: Energy to be key factor in German election vote

    11:21

    The German election for a new federal government and chancellor will take place on 26 September. A key topic of debate at the moment is energy policy. And the main policy proposals are promising to be more climate ambitious than the current outlook. ICIS Energy market reporter Laura Mendes talks with in-house analyst Roy Manuell to look at the possible scenarios of election results for the German market.  
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    Episode 384: Soaring gas prices trigger panic for fertilizer producers

    17:07

    European natural gas prices resumed their rally on news that Russia’s Gazprom chose not to book additional firm capacity to ship gas via Ukraine in October. The news came at a time when near record gas prices are sending shockwaves across related industries from fertilizers to food processing or leading to a chain of bankruptcies in the energy retail sector. Senior editor Deepika Thapliyal and Richard Ewing, global ammonia market editor join energy journalist Aura Sabadus to discuss the impact of the gas price rally on global ammonia and urea markets. 
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    Episode 383: Does Germany Need New Gas?

    10:32

    Germany will retire a large total of baseload power generation over the next decade, increasing the country’s need for grid flexibility. The latest paper published by the ICIS analytics team covers potential routes for new gas capacity: “Filling the Supply Gap: Does Germany Need New Gas?” ICIS Energy market reporter Laura Mendes talks with analyst Roy Manuell to explore the findings on this paper. 
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    Episode 382: Are Guarantees of Origin (GO) exiting historical oversupply?

    27:10

    As corporates worldwide pledge to decarbonise their operations, guarantees of origin certificates are set to gain ground as an essential tracking tool. Green credentials have been trading since the early 2000s, but oversupply has long hampered their market consolidation. Now, new trends reveal that oversupply is being replaced by a shorter market for solar and wind technologies, although the presence of large amount of uncertified generation continues to pose risks. In this new episode of the ICIS Energy podcast, reporter Federica Di Sario discusses with Adam White, secretary general of RECS International, a Brussels-based trade association, how demand is balancing out oversupply on some technologies and why full disclosure is the only way forward. 
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    Episode 381: Crude market update - US and global demand

    12:07

    Crude demand across the world remains volatile with the spread of the Delta variant - nowhere more so than in the US market. Americas crude editor Ignacio Sotolongo and market reporter Andrew Putwain discuss the latest trends affecting one of the world’s largest producers; including the bounce back in shale oil production, and the Atlantic hurricane season as well as the latest OPEC+ moves.
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    Episode 380: The rise in carbon-neutral LNG cargo activity

    7:22

    Carbon-neutral cargoes began trading in 2019 and will likely gain momentum moving forward. Who is participating and where is this new field heading? LNG reporter Fauzeya Rahman chats with lead analyst Alex Froley about the rise in carbon-neutral activity and its longterm outlook. 
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    Episode 379: Are the Nordics and the Baltics set to remain Europe’s cheapest power markets?

    7:56

    At the end of June, the ICIS 2050 long-term power forecast was extended across the Nordics and the Baltic regions, for which different decarbonisation scenarios were identified. In this new episode of the ICIS Energy podcast, reporter Federica Di Sario joins in-house analyst Roy Manuell to explore the findings of the modelling expansion. 

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