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Publications, Research and Papers

The GECF market monitoring consists of regular analytical articles and working papers on important factors affecting the gas market, including and not limited to competing fuels, energy policies impacting natural gas supply and demand, gas prices and pricing, transportation and storage.



EEFD Papers:

1- Renewables Cost Development 2015

2- Germany Power Price Components

3- Egypt gas balance evolution in the medium-long term

4- UAE Gas Exports-Imports Balance

5- Environmental and Energy Policies and CO2 Emissions

6- The Impact of Climate Change on the Global Energy and Gas Market

7- The role of natural gas in the global climate agenda 

8-      Key Players In Asian Markets: Determining The Future Of Natural Gas Demand (February 2017)

9-      Algeria National Energy Profile (April 2017)

10-  Bolivia National Energy Profile (April 2017)

11-  Market Conditions Of Non-GECF Gas Exporting Countries (February 2018)

12-  GECF, IEA And OPEC Similarities And Differences In The Outlooks 2018 (March 2018)

13-  Venezuela National Energy Profile (March 2018)

14-  Vietnam National Energy Profile (April 2018)

15-  Pakistan National Energy Profile (April 2018)

16-  Uzbekistan National Energy Profile (May 2018)

17-  Iran National Energy Profile (May 2018)

18-  Romania National Energy Profile (May 2018)

19-  Argentina National Energy Profile (June 2018)

20-  Trinidad And Tobago National Energy Profile (June 2018)

21-  Ghana National Energy Profile (July 2018)

22-  Angola National Energy Profile (August 2018)

23-  Mozambique National Energy Profile (August 2018)

24-  Cameroon National Energy Profile (September 2018)

25-  Japan’s 2030 National Energy Plan (September 2018)

26-  South Africa National Energy Profile (September 2018)

27-  Tanzania National Energy Profile (September 2018)

28-  The Role Of Natural Gas In The Global Climate Agenda (October 2019)

29-  Saudi Arabia National Energy Profile (December 2018)

30-  GECF, IEA And OPEC Similarities And Differences In The Outlooks 2018 (January 2019)

31-  The Future Of Natural Gas Demand In Eurasia (January 2019)

32-  Main Result Of The 25th Flame Conference 2019 (June 2019)

33-  LNG Trade Flows In The Case Of Oversupplied Markets And Their Impact On Energy Prices (July 2019)

34-  Global Natural Gas Demand Set To Exceed 4.3 tcm by 2024 (July 2019) 

35-  India National Energy Profile (September 2019)

36-  Will The Trade War Impair The “Second Wave” Of U-S- LNG? (September 2019)

37-  Mozambique Starts The Ball Rolling (September 2019)

38-  Hydrogen Is Not A Threat But An Opportunity For Gas Exporting Countries (September 2019)

39-  Global Economic Outlook: Is Recession Around The Corner? (October 2019)

40-  The Role of Natural Gas in China 2050 (November 2019) 



GMAD Papers:

1- Major Highlights on Underground Gas Storage in Europe

2- LNG Market Report-1Q 2016

3- Major Highlights of the LNG Shipping Industry

4- Unconventional Gas in Argentina Short-term Assessment Report

5- Unconventional Gas Supply..Short-term Assessment Report

6- Cost Curve Analyses of Natural GAS Production

7- Impact of ENSO Phenomena on Gas Demand-Brazilian Case

8- Unconventional Gas Production on Global Gas Supply

9- Forecasting Natural Gas Demand in the Short-term  

10- Report LNG in Asia: Overview Traditional and Emerging Markets

11- Non-GECF LNG Supply |  New LNG Supply from Australia and the U.S.: Challenges to Market Entry

12- Oil and Gas Price Review

13- Relationship between Natural Gas and Crude Oil Prices in the World Regional Gas Markets

14- Review of New Major Gas Pipeline Projects

15- New LNG shipping capacity: its adequacy with the sharp increase in liquefaction capacity and impact on the LNG trade

16- Unconventional Gas Production Its Impact on Global and Regional Gas Supply

17- Feature Articles, Short Term Perspective 2018 


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