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Global Gas

Gain a unique perspective on changing gas markets for both short-term market monitoring and long-term strategy decisions.

IHS Energy's Global Gas capability provides critical insight on supply, demand and price trends across global gas markets. Receive market fundamentals and analysis across the entire gas value chain covering 6 geographical regions. The offerings includes unmatched insights designed specifically for customers requiring a detailed and sophisticated approach to the LNG industry.

Inform long-term strategic planning for global gas players at a pivotal time for the industry and understand signposts for the future global gas markets. Develop strategies and benefit from analytic support for long-term investment decisions in exploration and production, midstream LNG and trading assets and sales agreement.

Utilities, natural gas E&P companies, oil and gas, storage and transportation firms, midstream and LNG shipping companies, equipment and services firms, and government agencies rely on IHS Energy's Global Gas capability to improve:

  • Strategic/Corporate Planning
  • Portfolio Planning
  • Forecasting and Market Analysis
  • Business Development
  • Marketing/Sales
  • Distribution and Storage

The swing in Dutch gas: From autonomy to full dependence—The role of long-term contracts

The Dutch government has decided first to lower and then stop production of natural gas from the Groningen field as early as possible, with the implication that the Netherlands will become a large gas importer. In this Strategic Report, IHS Markit examines the necessity of long-term gas supply contracts in the Netherlands for gas security. Comparisons are made with nearby European markets on the balance to be struck between spot market reliance and contractual supply, and conclusions are drawn on the challenges of designing a gas policy that is fit for the energy transition.

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