Several measures are currently being developed in the European Union (EU) that could significantly impact liquified natural gas (LNG) markets. These include setting a benchmark price for LNG imports into Europe, capping prices at the TTF trading point (which is used as a reference index in some LNG sales agreements) and establishing a framework for joint gas purchasing among European gas and LNG buyers.
At this webinar, experts explored the opportunities and challenges of achieving some of the EU’s objectives, including the difficulties in obtaining and using data to establish useful benchmarks and caps across the EU. An audience Q&A followed the presentations.
This event was a collaboration with the Center for Energy Studies LNG Roundtable. Although LNG Roundtable events are typically member exclusive, this webinar was free and open to the public. For information about joining the Energy Forum, contact Christene Kimmel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Head of Department, Infrastructure, Gas and Retail, EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)
Managing Director and Global Head, Energy and Environmental Products, CME Group
Fellow in Energy and Global Oil, Baker Institute
Steven Miles, J.D.
Fellow in Global Natural Gas, Baker Institute; Senior Counsel, Baker Botts, LLP
Anna Mikulska, Ph.D.
Fellow in Energy Studies, Baker Institute