Price differentials make LNG exports viable but price future risk could hamper projects; credit-worthy partner is key
Government boost to nat gas use could have longer-term price impact, or may not lower energy prices at all: analysts
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Known for their high volatility and extreme sensitivity to natural and geopolitical factors, soft commodities are nonetheless being added to the mix of structured products on offer
BritNed is the first electricity interconnector between the two countries and has a capacity of 1000MW which can flow in either direction depending on relative supply and demand.
High natural gas supply, weak prices to continue; non-investment grade producers to suffer as current hedges roll off
Increased liquidity in the Spanish market necessitates netting and reduction of counterparty risk, says managing director
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