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Regional Integrated Energy Services

Integrated energy analysis and insight — short-term out to 2050

The IHS Markit Regional Integrated Service delivers critical insight, strategic analysis, data, and integrated energy outlooks out to 2050 for conventional and renewable power, gas, LNG and coal markets. We provide market fundamentals globally as well as regionally for: Asia Pacific; North America; Europe; Latin America; Russia and the Caspian region.

Our coverage includes:

  • Gas – A unique perspective on changing gas markets that enables you to conduct short-term market monitoring and to rationalize long-term strategic decisions.
  • LNG – Full LNG value chain coverage, from major companies, assets and pricing, to liquefaction/regasification projects, contracts and trade, for those who require a sophisticated approach to the LNG industry.
  • Conventional Power – Expert insight into regional fossil fuel (gas/coal) markets with a focus on understanding how changing economics, demand patterns, cost, policy, technologies, and other issues shape the industry and its key players.
  • Renewable Power – A thorough examination of near- and long-term global and regional outlooks for onshore and offshore wind, solar PV and CSP, geothermal, ocean, biomass, hydro, and energy storage. Deep-dive analysis of key players, investments and projects reveal signposts for the industry’s future.

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Shankari Srinivasan

Shankari has specific expertise in global gas market fundamentals analysis, price forecasting, company strategy and scenario planning. She has authored numerous reports. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Ms. Srinivasan was Head of Energy Fundamentals at Centrica in the United Kingdom. She has covered the European gas market for many years and authored a number of reports as researcher and then leader of the European gas practice at CERA, which is now part of IHS Markit. She has also assessed the European and Russian gas markets with the International Energy Agency. Ms. Srinivasan previously worked at a New York brokerage firm as a corporate equity analyst. She holds three degrees from US Universities, a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University, a Master of Science from New York University, and a Master of Science from University of Pennsylvania. She also holds an Executive MBA from Cranfield University, United Kingdom.

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Catherine Robinson

Ms. Robinson has worked on numerous tailored consulting assignments for international oil companies, European utilities, and financial institutions, providing strategic advice and recommendations at the board and senior executive level. She specializes in market fundamentals, hedging, and risk management. Ms. Robinson is the author of numerous IHS Markit reports, which include analyses of the evolution of the European gas and power market and the implications for the strategy of market players; Europe's energy transition; and short- and long-term energy market fundamentals, among other research topics. She was the research lead for a number of Multiclient Studies looking at the long-term future of the European energy systems, including "Strategies for a Lean Europe: Meeting the Energy Efficiency Challenge," "Beyond the flame: The transformation of Europe's heat sector," and "Steady at 50: Balancing Europe's power grid," a study of European ancillary service markets. Before joining IHS Markit, Ms. Robinson held posts at Centrica and in HSBC's Capital Markets division. She holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science from the University of Glasgow and a Master of Science from the University of London, both in the United Kingdom.

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Xizhou Zhou

Mr. Zhou has expertise in power and renewable market fundamentals analysis and forecasting, power market design and policy analysis, renewable energy business models, and company strategies, among other areas. He previously headed the firm's Power, Gas, Coal, and Renewables practice in Asia Pacific while based in Beijing, where he significantly expanded the group's research and consulting coverage across the region with new teams established in Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo, Delhi, Penang, and Brisbane. Mr. Zhou began his career at IHS Markit through one of its predecessor companies, Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), as part of its Emerging Markets and Global Power groups in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Before that, he worked as a consultant on regulatory economics for Industrial Economics, Inc. in Boston and as a research analyst at the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC. Fluent in Mandarin Chinese and proficient in Spanish, Mr. Zhou holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Environmental Management, both from Yale University in the United States. He serves as an editorial board member of China Petroleum Society's official journal, Guoji Shiyou Jingji (International Petroleum Economics). He is currently based in Washington, DC.

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Lara Dong

Lara Dong leads Greater China power and renewables research and is a member of Asia's research and consulting team. Ms. Dong focuses on Greater China's power and renewable market fundamentals, key players across the value chain, and policy and market reform analysis. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Ms. Dong spent eight years at Rio Tinto, most recently as principal advisor, where she researched commodity market fundamentals and generated China policy insights in coal resources and electricity procurement options for aluminum smelting. In her role at Rio Tinto, she oversaw global coal price forecast and cross-commodity research on industrial, environmental, and state-owned enterprise reform policies. Earlier, Ms. Dong served at Noble and BHP Billiton as an analyst with cross-commodity research responsibilities, and at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce as a debt market research analyst. A CFA charterholder, Ms. Dong holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Xiamen University, China, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Toronto, Canada.

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Timothy Stephure

Mr. Stephure provides research and consulting services for gas and power sector investors and developers around the world. Leveraging a diverse background from more than a decade in the energy industry, Mr. Stephure works closely with clients to deliver solutions for their most challenging problems. His focus includes analyzing technology cost trends, power and utility sector competitive positioning, investment due diligence, and policy analysis across Latin America. Mr. Stephure speaks English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese and holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Science from the University of Calgary, Canada.

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Etienne Gabel

Mr. Gabel has taken part in projects across Latin America and Europe, focusing on gas and power price projections, power generation and transmission outlooks, asset valuations, and the analysis of operational and investment strategies for utilities, financial institutions, and other market participants. Mr. Gabel holds a Bachelor of Science from Northwestern University, United States, and a Master of Science from Stanford University, United States. He is fluent in English, French, and Spanish and currently resides in Chile.

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Samuel Andrus

Bringing prior operational and trading experience in natural gas and power markets. Mr. Andrus is responsible for the North American gas analytics practice that covers modeling of natural gas supply, demand, storage and price, including support of short-, intermediate- and long-term market outlooks. He helps clients to understand the relationship between physical and financial natural gas markets relative to the development of natural gas contracting and hedging strategies. In addition to his focus on gas market fundamentals, he specializes in the operation and commerciality of interstate pipelines and underground storage. He has contributed to numerous IHS Markit shale-related research projects such as "America's New Energy Future," and "Fueling the Future with Natural Gas."Previously, Mr. Andrus provided consulting services to the energy industry and helped start and manage energy trading organizations, overseeing natural gas trading and risk management, including short- and long-term hedging of gas production and fuel supply for full requirements power contracts. He participated in US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Canada's National Energy Board regulatory proceedings. He began his career with ANR Pipeline Company where over 19 years he held a range of technical and managerial positions in reservoir engineering, pipeline operations, facility planning, and business development.Mr. Andrus holds a Bachelor of Arts from Adrian College, a Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan, and an MBA from the University of Detroit, US.

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Charles Nevle

Mr. Nevle, senior director, is an expert in North American natural gas markets on the Gas, Power, and Energy Futures team. Mr. Nevle leads a team responsible for the North American natural gas supply forecast and analysis in addition to helping shape the overall market view. He developed the real-time production estimation framework used by PointLogic, now part of IHS Markit. He has over 20 years' experience in natural gas markets, with expertise in supply issues, fundamental market analysis, pipeline infrastructure, pricing, and financial risk management. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Mr. Nevle was a manager on the Bentek consulting team, focusing on natural gas, NGLs, and crude oil projects. Mr. Nevle has also held roles in risk management and fundamental analysis with interstate pipeline and trading companies.

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Matthew J. Sagers

An expert on energy transportation systems and regional economic development in the former Soviet Union, Dr. Sagers is the key contributor to the Eurasian Oil Export Outlook and Eurasian Gas Export Outlook. His expertise includes pipeline constraints and solutions in Eurasia. His recent research includes Russia's new LNG strategy, OPEC+ compliance for Eurasian producers, Russian oil production flexibility, Russian spare oil production capacity, Russian upstream and oil export taxation, lifting costs in Russian oil, Russian and Eurasian gas development and export prospects, Gazprom's overhang of spare gas production capacity, Kashagan project economics, Kazakhstan's domestic gas market, oil transit in the Turkish Straits, Ukrainian natural gas developments, new pipeline projects in Russia and Eurasia, oil products demand, and the Russian and Eurasian oil refining sector outlook. He is the author of many research articles, government reports, monographs, and other publications. Previously, Dr. Sagers was energy service director at PlanEcon., and chief of the international research center of the US Census Bureau's Soviet branch. He led the research that produced three National Energy Reports for Kazakhstan (2015, 2017, and 2019), served on several World Bank missions, teams and advisory panels, including specific commissions focused on oil and gas pipelines in Russia and Kazakhstan. He worked on the International Energy Agency's surveys of Russian energy and of Ukrainian Energy. He was an economic advisor to the Federated States of Micronesia and a geography professor at both Weber State University and the University of Virginia. Dr. Sagers holds a Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, from Weber State University and a Master of Arts and Ph.D. from The Ohio State University, United States.

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Rashika Gupta, Ph.D.

Dr. Gupta has about fourteen years of experience in energy markets. Her expertise includes economic and policy assessment, power and fuel market analysis, power market modeling, power trading, energy management, regulatory and commercial analysis, and environmental policy analysis for India and Asia Pacific power and fuel markets. Currently, she leads the IHS Markit's South Asia Gas Power and Energy Futures (GPE) team, analyzing the power and fuel markets for the South Asian market covering India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Dr. Gupta was with Statkraft Markets and with ICF International. She has worked on numerous consulting assignments and commercial projects and with independent power producers, investors, private equity funds, power utilities, energy majors, industrial consumers, and government planning bodies to support their business and commercial strategies. Dr. Gupta holds a bachelor's degree from Kirori Mal College, India; a master's degree from Hansraj College, India; and a doctorate from Delhi University, India.

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Zhi Xin Chong

Mr. Chong leads the IHS Markit emerging Asia market team covering natural gas and LNG in South and Southeast Asia. His focus is on understanding supply, demand, and pricing outlooks. A recognized LNG expert, Mr. Chong has spoken at numerous conferences and his views are routinely sought by major media publications. Prior to joining IHS Markit, he was a principal analyst at Wood Mackenzie. He also previously worked as a policy analyst at the Energy Market Authority of Singapore. Mr. Chong has been featured as the anchor speaker for the CNBC Special Report Sustainable Energy. He holds a Bachelor of Business Management (cum laude) from the Singapore Management University.

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Allen Wang

Dr. Wang leads Southeast Asia power and renewables research and is the research manager for Asia Power and Renewables Analytics. He is a highly experienced energy market consultant with 10 years of experience in power and gas markets in various countries. He is also responsible for providing consulting advisory to commercial clients in energy market planning, regulation, operation, and policies. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Dr. Wang was the R&D manager and lead consultant at Energy Exemplar, working on PLEXOS development team management; various utility industry consulting assignments; and system implementations, workshops, and trainings for worldwide clients. Dr. Wang is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Australian Institute of Energy. He holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, and a Ph.D. from the University of Technology Sydney, Australia.

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