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Liverpool Street train station beneath the new skyline of skyscrapers in the City of London financial district on 14th February 2022 in London, United Kingdom. LONDON — European stocks are expected to open higher Wednesday as concerns over the political outlook in France subside. France's CAC 40 index closed 1.81% lower Tuesday as traders assessed the implications of a hung parliament and a period of political uncertainty in France. Asia-Pacific markets were mixed overnight, even as key Wall Street benchmarks rose following dovish comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell Tuesday. U.S. stock futures were little changed in overnight trading Tuesday after the S&P 500 notched a fresh record close.
Persons: Germany's DAX, Emmanuel Macron, Jerome Powell, Powell Organizations: Liverpool, LONDON, CAC, IG, Front, NFP, U.S . Federal, National Grid Locations: City, London, United Kingdom, France, Asia, Pacific, U.S, Wetherspoons
Cane-swinging union workers were also seen in photos circulating on social media Monday ordering personnel of the country’s tax agency out of their offices. This strike comes after failed negotiations with the government to raise the federal minimum wage. The unions’ demands include raising the minimum wage from 30,000 naira ($22.4) to 494,000 naira ($369.6). Despite being Africa’s fourth-largest economy, Nigeria’s minimum wage is not among the continent’s top ten, lagging far behind countries like Seychelles, where workers receive a minimum wage of $465.4 monthly. 30k or 60k minimum wage in 2024 Nigeria is unsustainable and unacceptable,” wrote lawyer Festus Ogun in a post on X.
Persons: Bayo Onanuga, Onanuga, Olusina Ajidahun, “ I’m, , Lateef Fagbemi, Festus Ogun, Dipo Awojide, Bola Tinubu’s, Ajuri Ngelale Organizations: CNN, Transmission Company, Nigeria, Nigerian Labor Congress, Trade Union Congress, TUC, TCN, Health, Healthcare, Nigerian, Onanuga, NLC Locations: Nigeria, Seychelles, Lagos, Abuja, Nigerian
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNational Grid's new strategy a 'transformational step up in energy infrastructure investment,' CEO saysNational Grid CEO John Pettigrew discusses the company's full-year results and investment plans over the next five years.
Persons: John Pettigrew
There were rolling blackouts in multiple cities across Mexico on Tuesday, as people in several states reeled from soaring temperatures and the national energy authority briefly declared a state of emergency. A heat wave has scorched Mexico in recent days, bringing temperatures in multiple states into the triple digits. Mexico City on Tuesday reached a high of 92 degrees Fahrenheit, the hottest temperature recorded there on May 7 in over 20 years. Mexico’s energy authority, Cenace, announced a state of emergency for the national grid early Tuesday evening, meaning that available power had dropped below adequate levels. But local news media outlets reported on blackouts in municipalities across the country throughout the evening.
Locations: Mexico, Mexico City
Mathisworks | Digitalvision Vectors | Getty ImagesLegal technology firm Luminance has raised $40 million in fresh funding from investors to grow its U.S. footprint, capitalizing on the wave of investor interest surrounding artificial intelligence. The company told CNBC that it raised the fresh capital in a Series B funding round led by U.S. venture fund March Capital. "We had lots of interest from lots of VCs," Eleanor Lightbody, CEO of Luminance, told CNBC in an interview on Tuesday. Lightbody said that businesses are investing in AI tools like Luminance's to keep a competitive edge, as well as to reduce costs. Luminance is one firm of the many generating buzz from investors thanks to the hype swirling around artificial intelligence.
Persons: Slaughter, Eleanor Lightbody, Lightbody Organizations: CNBC, U.S, National Grid Partners, National Grid, Koch Industries, Hitachi, Yokogawa, Liberty Mutual, LG Chem, BBC Studios, University of Cambridge, Companies, Mistral, Microsoft, Amazon, Investors
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko (R) enter the hall during the plenary session of the Supreme Council of Russia and Belarus, at the Konstantin Palace on January 29, 2024, in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Belarus began military drills on Tuesday in regions along its border with Ukraine, together with European Union nations Lithuania and Poland, the Russian ally's defense ministry said. Russia and Ukraine meanwhile continued to exchange drone strikes in recent days, with Russia on Monday night targeting energy facilities in raids on the Dnipropetrovsk and Kirovograd regions, Ukraine's Operational Command "South" said on Facebook. The head of Ukraine's national grid company said on Monday that while Russian drone attacks have significantly damaged the Ukrainian power system, a total collapse is unlikely. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy held talks on Monday with military and government officials over Kyiv's drone production plans and a project to build an "integrated electronic warfare control system" to protect Ukrainian troops from Russian drone attacks.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Alexander Lukashenko, Konstantin, Volodymyr Zelenskyy Organizations: Supreme, of, European Union, Command, Facebook Locations: of Russia, Belarus, Saint Petersburg, Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Poland, Russian, Gomel, Grodno, Dnipropetrovsk, Kirovograd
Today's energy grids are unable to keep up with the intense demand being heaped upon them. Globally, energy projects struggle to overcome permitting hurdles. Making smart grids a realityData was transmitted across a national energy grid for the first time in 2016. Startups selling them are hoping to alleviate pressure from physical grid infrastructure and allow operators to do more with the infrastructure they have. Victoria McIvor, an advisor to energy startups who was formerly an investor at the European climatetech firm World Fund, imagines a future where energy tariffs dictate when energy-intensive appliances run.
Persons: Rajesh Swaminathan, it's, Andrés Dancausa, Dancausa, Swaminathan, Victoria McIvor, Timothy Barat, Barat, Duncan Turner, SOSV, Turner, McIvor Organizations: Infrastructure, Service, International Energy Agency, Paris, Investors, Khosla Ventures, US Department of Energy, Fund, Octopus Energy, Continuum Industries, Software Locations: Europe, Ukraine, Portuguese, Amsterdam, California, London, VCs, Scottish
Simon has a “complete mental health network” in New Hampshire and an apartment, said Dantas, who asked for home confinement, including an electronic monitoring device. Simon has a record of driving away from New Hampshire authorities, prosecutors said. Simon is now accused of multiple charges, including two counts of manslaughter, armed robbery, assault and leaving the scene of an accident. He appeared in court Thursday to be arraigned on several additional charges, including negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failing to stop for a police officer. In New Hampshire, Simon has served time in both the state corrections department secure psychiatric unit and in the state prison on charges including reckless conduct and assault.
Persons: Peter Simon, Paul Tracey, Roderick Jackson, Simon's, Lynda Dantas, Simon, Dantas, , Franklin Organizations: National Grid Locations: WALTHAM, Mass, Massachusetts, Woodsville , New Hampshire, Waltham, Cambridge, New Hampshire, Keene
People who claimed the power to control nature and the energy resources around them saw the environment as a tool to be used for progress, historians say. Over hundreds of years, that impulse has remade the planet's climate, too — and brought its inhabitants to the brink of catastrophe. Tapping nature for its resources drove progress and productivity for some, but it's also been a major driver of emissions and environmental degradation. By the mid-19th century, steam power was adopted in manufacturing, cotton mills, steam ships and locomotives around the world, turning coal into a global trade. Centuries later, the United Kingdom has nearly weaned itself off coal, with weeks or months at a stretch where the national grid gets no coal power.
Persons: , Luis Zambrano, it's, Anya Zilberstein, ” Zilberstein, Vera S, Candiani, Jan Golinski, , ” Golinski, Deborah Coen, Andreas Malm, Barak, it’s, J.R, McNeill, ” McNeill, Victor Seow, Elizabeth Chatterjee, “ Indira Gandhi, Chatterjee, Joshua Howe, Howe, Yale's Coen, , ” Howe, Fredrik Albritton Jonsson, Jonsson Organizations: National University Autónoma, Concordia University, Mexico City —, America, Princeton, University of New, Yale, Lund University, Tel Aviv University, Laboratory, Global, Project, Energy, Georgetown University, Communist, University of Chicago, Reed College, . Environmental Protection Agency, U.S, AP Locations: Nations, Mexico, Lake Texcoco, Montreal, Spanish, University of New Hampshire, Maui, Britain, Sweden, , India, Egypt, Nigeria, Ottoman Empire, United Kingdom, Cumbria, England, Wales, Scotland, China, Japan, U.S, Europe, United States, British, Portland , Oregon
Officials from multiple US agencies played a quiet role in getting the Cisco equipment into Ukraine, sources say. In this undated photo, an employee at Ukraine’s state-owned grid operator, Ukrenergo, works on the power grid. As the world’s largest maker of computer networking equipment, Cisco had resources to spare. The switch allows an electric substation – which has the crucial task of converting power from high to low voltage – to communicate with other parts of a power grid. Years of Russian attacks on Ukraine’s gridBehind the scenes, US officials are often coordinating the delivery of key technology to Ukraine.
Persons: CNN —, Illia Vitiuk, Biden, Palantir, Ukrenergo, Joe Marshall, intently, Marshall, he’d, , ” Marshall, Taras Vasyliv, ” Vasyliv, Andrew Kravchenko, Vasyliv, Ukraine “, ” NERC Organizations: CNN, Engineers, Cisco, US Air Force, Washington, SpaceX, Microsoft, Pentagon, Department of Energy, Department of Commerce, Stanford University, GPS, Cisco’s, Ukrenergo, Bloomberg, Getty, GRU, US Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Locations: Austin , Texas, Ukraine, Russian, Stanford, Russia, Ukrainian, Denver, Ukraine’s, Kyiv, Silicon Valley, Alabama, East Coast, Germany, Rzeszów, Poland, California, , North America
Make America Build Again
  + stars: | 2023-11-16 | by ( Adam Rogers | )   time to read: +37 min
America is the sixth-most-expensive place in the world to build subways and trolleys. The solutions will cost trillions of dollars and require a pace of building unseen in America since World War II. Perhaps the single most pressing question we face today is: How do we make America build again? "For this class of projects, federal environmental laws are more the exception." The prospect of overhauling our hard-won environmental laws might feel like sacrilege to anyone who cares about the Earth.
Persons: Anne, Marie Griger's, Griger, , They're, Obama, I'm, we've, We've, I'd, It's, Matt Harrison Clough, Jamie Pleune, AECOM, Joe Biden's, There's, David Adelman, David Spence, Spence, James Coleman, NECA, Coleman, everyone's, Danielle Stokes, Nobody, Bill McKibben, Mother Jones, McKibben, Michael Gerrard, Columbia University —, they've, David Pettit, it's, Zachary Liscow, That's who's, Adam Rogers Organizations: RES Group, Environmental, Infrastructure Investment, Jobs, Land Management, Forest Service, University of Utah, Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, Brookings, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, White, University of Texas, Greenpeace, Natural Resources Defense Council, Act, NEPA, Berkeley, University of California, University of Southern, Southern Methodist University, Ecosystems Conservation, GOP, Biden, Motorola, Telecommunications, Conservatives, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, FERC, University of Richmond, UC Berkeley, USC, Star, Sabin, Climate, Columbia University, Natural Resources Defense, Republicans, Democrats, Management, Budget, Yale Law School Locations: Panama, Colorado, . California, Los Angeles, San Francisco, China, America, Washington, , Wyoming, Nantucket, New England, San Francisco ., University of Southern California, California, New York, Florida, Southern California, Las Vegas
The Tim logo is seen at its headquarters in Rome, Italy November 22, 2021. REUTERS/Yara Nardi/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsROME, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Telecom Italia's (TIM) (TLIT.MI) planned sale of its fixed-line network to U.S. fund KKR (KKR.N) boosts the prospects of creating a national grid operator under state control, Italy's industry minister said on Tuesday. "Prospectively, I think this [the deal] will enhance the creation of a national grid operator under public control, in full respect of the EU competition law," Minister Adolfo Urso said during an event in Rome. The 19-billion-euro deal ($20.4 billion) is backed by the administration of Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, which authorised the Treasury to spend up to 2.2 billion euros to take a 20% stake in the network. ($1 = 0.9330 euros)Reporting by Elvira Pollina, editing Federico MaccioniOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Yara, Adolfo Urso, Giorgia Meloni, Elvira Pollina, Federico Maccioni Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Telecom, KKR, Treasury, Thomson Locations: Rome, Italy
President Joe Biden announced Monday a $1.3 billion federal investment to build three new interstate power lines in an effort to upgrade the United States' outdated electric grid and transition it to clean energy. The department said the construction of the power lines would create roughly 13,000 new jobs. U.S. energy infrastructure was already in need of an upgrade. The $1.3 billion investment is a step in the right direction, but it does not mean three new power lines will magically appear. Federal agencies, along with the Biden administration, have previously said they would work to expedite federal permitting processes to make grid infrastructure development more efficient.
Persons: Biden, Joe Biden, Energy Jennifer Granholm, Leah Messenger, Messenger Organizations: Carnegie Mellon University, Infrastructure Investment, Jobs, States, Energy, Department of Energy, Biden, U.S . Energy Information Administration, Twin, National Grid, DOE Locations: Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, United States, Arizona , Nevada , New Hampshire , New Mexico , Utah, Vermont, New Mexico, Arizona, The, New England, U.S, Twin States, States
The announcement, which the state billed as the nation's largest ever investment in offshore wind, comes less than two weeks after New York regulators rejected requests by three offshore wind developers to renegotiate their contracts because of soaring costs. In response, Governor Kathy Hochul pledged to support renewable energy projects to meet the state's climate change goals. The Biden administration, which has made offshore wind development a cornerstone of its plan to decarbonize the nation's power grid, applauded the move. New York is also committing $300 million to the development of offshore wind component manufacturing facilities planned by GE Vernova (GE.N). New York Offshore Wind Alliance Director Fred Zalcman said the announcement "will go a long way towards instilling confidence in a market that has recently faced tremendous headwinds."
Persons: Kathy Hochul, France's TotalEnergies, Germany's, Hochul, Biden, John Podesta, Fred Zalcman, Nichola Groom, Bill Berkrot, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: New York, Denmark's, Denmark's Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, White House, Power, Corio, Grid, Excelsior, GE Vernova, Offshore Wind Alliance, Thomson Locations: New, York, Denmark's Copenhagen, New York, America, RWE, . New
A protester throws glitter over and disrupts Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer making his keynote speech during the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool. (Photo by Stefan Rousseau/PA Images via Getty Images)LIVERPOOL, England — U.K. opposition Labour Party Leader Keir Starmer on Tuesday promised "a decade of national renewal" during a keynote conference speech disrupted by a protester. The Labour leader opened his speech by promising "a decade of national renewal," a signal of the party's confidence of a generational shift in power after next year's General Election. "This Labour Party will fight the next election on economic growth. An economy that works for the whole country is what the British people want," he added, arguing that investment in national infrastructure was key to securing better distributed growth.
Persons: Sir Keir Starmer, Stefan Rousseau, Keir Starmer, Starmer, thrall Organizations: Labour Party Conference, Images, Labour Party, Labour, National, Great, Great British Energy Locations: Liverpool, LIVERPOOL, England, Great British, Scotland
A project described as the "world's largest offshore wind farm" took a major step forward over the weekend after producing its first power. Located off the coast of northeast England in the North Sea, the Dogger Bank Wind Farm is being developed in three phases — A, B and C — and will have a total capacity of 3.6 gigawatts once fully up and running. "The project's first turbine at Dogger Bank A started turning and producing electricity at 8.37pm BST on Saturday 7 October," the Dogger Bank Wind Farm Project said in an announcement Monday. "Power from the first offshore wind turbine is now being transmitted to the UK's national grid via Dogger Bank's high-voltage direct current ... transmission system, marking the first-time use of HVDC technology on a UK wind farm," it added. Dogger Bank is using GE Vernova's huge Haliade-X turbines, which boast blades measuring 107 meters, or about 351 feet.
Persons: Alistair Phillips, Davies Organizations: Dogger Bank, Dogger Bank D, Farm, Dogger Bank's, GE, SSE Renewables Locations: England, North, Dogger
LIVERPOOL, England Oct 8 (Reuters) - Britain's opposition Labour Party on Sunday said it would speed up connections to the country's National Grid network as part of investment in clean energy infrastructure and to ease delays electricity companies face. Labour said that its plans "to rewire" Britain would remove barriers to connections and "facilitate the largest upgrade to national transmission infrastructure in a generation". "Labour will turbocharge our growth, get Britain building and unlock private sector investment by speeding up the grid." Labour said the plans would contribute to its overall target to cut 93 billion pounds from UK energy bills by 2030. Under the plans, GB Energy will also coordinate the launch of tenders for the supply chain that the revamped grid system will need.
Persons: Keir Starmer, Rishi Sunak, Rachel Reeves, Alistair Smout, Barbara Lewis Organizations: LIVERPOOL, Labour Party, Labour, GB Energy, Conservative, Energy, Thomson Locations: England, Liverpool, Britain
Ukraine heads into winter with a hobbled energy system
  + stars: | 2023-10-06 | by ( Olena Harmash | )   time to read: +6 min
Ukraine declines to share detailed data on the impact of attacks on its energy system, treating it as sensitive information during wartime. Kyiv School of Economics' research centre estimated the direct damage to Ukraine's energy infrastructure at $8.8 billion as of June. Last winter, Ukraine was helped by relatively mild weather, rapid repairs, nuclear power and electricity imports from Europe, but some officials expect tougher conditions this time. Volodymyr Kudrytskyi, head of national grid operator Ukrenergo, said the main grid, one of the most damaged parts of the energy system, was ready to transmit winter volumes of electricity. "The energy system is not as reliable and with a smaller reserve capacity than it was before the targeted strikes," he said.
Persons: Marcus Lippold, It's, it's, Andriy Sadovy, Oleksandr Kharchenko, Dmytro Sakharuk, Sakharuk, DTEK, Denys Shmyhal, Shmyhal, Volodymyr Kudrytskyi, Oleksiy Chernyshov, Serhiy Sukhomlyn, Julia Payne, Mike Collett, White, Gareth Jones Organizations: United Nations, Kyiv School of Economics, Lviv, Energy Industry Research Center, Reuters, Ukraine's, Naftogaz, Thomson Locations: Ukraine, Russian, Brussels, Russia, Moscow, Europe, Zhytomyr, Kyiv
By joining forces, the states hope to counter the pain rippling across the nascent U.S. offshore wind industry, which is expected to play a key part in decarbonizing the power sector and revitalizing domestic manufacturing. The three states will seek multi-state offshore wind proposals for selection in 2024 for up to 6,000 megawatts (MW) of power. “One year ago, Avangrid was the first offshore wind developer in the United States to make public the unprecedented economic headwinds facing the industry," Avangrid said in a release. Avangrid has said it planned to rebid the Park City project in future offshore wind solicitations. Those Massachusetts power companies include units of Eversource Energy (ES.N), National Grid (NG.L) and Unitil (UTL.N).
Persons: Brian Snyder, Maura Healey, Avangrid, France's, Scott DiSavino, Aurora Ellis Organizations: REUTERS, American, Offshore WINDPOWER Conference, Eversource Energy, Grid, Shell, Thomson Locations: Rhode, U.S, New England, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut, Connecticut, Boston, Park City, United States, Park
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) — A proposed wind energy project off New Jersey would be among the farthest from land on the East Coast, the New York-based development company said Monday. Wind power developers have struggled to make progress, however, due to supply chain issues, higher interest rates, and a failure so far to garner enough tax credits from the federal government. Orsted, the Danish wind energy company, would build its first project about 13 to 15 miles off the coast of Atlantic City and Ocean City. “Offshore wind development makes no sense from either an environmental or economic standpoint,” he said. It is pursuing another offshore wind project in New York about 50 miles south of Jones Beach.
Persons: , Damian Bednarz, , , Bednarz, Orsted, Robin Shaffer, ___, Wayne Parry Organizations: Energy, Associated Press, Community, Grid, Office, New, New Jersey Wind, Corio, Twitter Locations: N.J, New Jersey, East Coast, New York, Seaside, East, Chicago, Long, Essen, Germany, Atlantic City, Ocean City, Coast NJ, Paulsboro, Jones Beach, Houston, Boston, London,
Bola Tinubu, President of Nigeria, arrives for the closing session of the New Global Financial Pact Summit, Friday, June 23, 2023 in Paris, France. Tinubu scrapped a decades-old subsidy during his inauguration in May and ended foreign exchange restrictions, which has led to soaring cost of living and angered unions. In a national broadcast marking 63 years of independence, Tinubu defended the reforms as necessary to put Africa's biggest economy on the path to recovery. That would take the minimum wage in Nigeria to 55,000 naira ($71) from 30,000 naira. But labour unions want Tinubu to reinstate the fuel subsidy and had previously demanded a minimum wage of 200,000 naira.
Persons: Bola Tinubu, Lewis Joly, Tinubu, Tinubu's, Felix Onuah, MacDonald Dzirutwe, Daniel Wallis Organizations: New Global Financial, Rights, Sunday, Thomson Locations: Nigeria, Paris, France, Rights ABUJA
Mexico’s state of Sonora Governor Alfonso Durazo speaks during an interview with Reuters in Taipei, Taiwan September 25, 2023. During a visit to Taiwan, Sonora Governor Alfonso Durazo said the "Plan Sonora" solar energy project would not only help improve domestic connectivity to the national grid, but also to export to the United States. "We want to convert our state into an exporter of clean energy, particularly for semiconductor and electric vehicle industries." "Assuming as a natural complement of all these processes of relocation of investment in Arizona, we also see TSMC as an obvious option for Sonora state," he said. Sonora also boasts major lithium deposits, which Lopez Obrador formally nationalised in Mexico earlier this year.
Persons: Alfonso Durazo, Carlos Garcia Rawlins, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's, Durazo, Foxconn, Lopez, Ben Blanchard, Carlos Garcia, Jamie Freed Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Rights, Puerto, Apple, Hsinchu Science Park, EV, Thomson Locations: Sonora, Taipei, Taiwan, Rights TAIPEI, California, Arizona, Mexican, United States, Mexico, Foxconn, Hsinchu
They come as New Jersey continues to grow as a hub of opposition to offshore wind projects from residents' groups and their political allies, mostly Republicans. The state's Democratic governor and Democratic-controlled Legislature want to make the state the East Coast leader in offshore wind energy. “Our goal is to bring offshore wind energy monitoring activities into this partnership. Opponents of offshore wind blame the deaths of 70 whales along the East Coast since December on offshore wind site preparation work. Earlier this week, Republicans in the state Senate called for a moratorium on all offshore wind projects.
Persons: Doug Perkins, , , Jon Hare, Perkins, David Shanker, ” Shanker, Wayne Parry Organizations: CITY, Democratic, East Coast, Grid Ventures, National Oceanic, Atmospheric Administration, Fisheries Science Center, NOAA, Atlantic City, National Marine Fisheries Service, Right Whales Coalition, Twitter Locations: N.J, New Jersey, Essen, Germany, New York, Long, , New York, Denmark, Ocean City, Atlantic, East Coast, American, Orsted,
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage units at Grain LNG importation terminal, operated by National Grid Plc, on the Isle of Grain on August 22, 2022 in Rochester, England. European gas prices moved sharply higher on Friday as workers at Australian natural gas facilities went on strike, prompting fears that a prolonged halt to production could squeeze global supplies. "Unfortunately, following numerous meetings and conciliation sessions before the Fair Work Commission, we remain apart on key terms," a spokesperson for Chevron Australia said. Fears of strike action in Australia, one of the world's biggest exporters of LNG, have recently pushed up European gas prices — and analysts expect near-term market volatility to persist. European gas prices rose to around 43 euros last month but had pared gains as the two sides sought an amicable resolution.
Organizations: National Grid, Chevron, Chevron Australia, Offshore Alliance, Union Locations: Isle, Rochester , England, Western Australia, Chevron Australia, Australia
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage units at Grain LNG importation terminal, operated by National Grid Plc, on the Isle of Grain on August 22, 2022 in Rochester, England. Jacob Mandel Senior research associate for global energy markets at Aurora Energy ResearchFears of strike in Australia, one of the world's biggest exporters of liquified natural gas (LNG), have recently pushed up European gas prices — and analysts expect near-term volatility to persist. Jacob Mandel, senior research associate for global energy markets at U.K.-based consultancy Aurora Energy Research, said the global natural gas market was currently "very tight" and "very little supply flexibility" means that strike action in Australia could send European gas prices higher. He said that European gas prices could climb to above 40 euros ($42.9) per megawatt hour if the strikes go ahead as planned. The front-month gas price at the Dutch Title Transfer Facility (TTF) hub, a European benchmark for natural gas trading, traded at 33.5 euros on Tuesday.
Persons: Dan Kitwood, Jacob Mandel, Mandel, we've, Ramesh, Wheatstone, Henning Gloystein, Gloystein Organizations: National Grid, Getty, CNBC, Chevron, Offshore Alliance, Wheatstone, Fair, Aurora Energy, Aurora Energy Research, videoconference, Rystad Energy, Europe, EU, Eurasia Group Locations: Isle, Rochester , England, Western Australia, Chevron Australia, Australia, Europe, Japan, Korea, wean, Ukraine, Russia
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