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Bi-monthly podcast looking into the latest developments in the natural gas markets by the editorial team of Natural Gas World. Insight, commentary and interviews with leading experts on natural gas matters. NGW is a platform dedicated to providing natural gas stakeholders with access to world class content.

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Canada

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Bi-monthly podcast looking into the latest developments in the natural gas markets by the editorial team of Natural Gas World. Insight, commentary and interviews with leading experts on natural gas matters. NGW is a platform dedicated to providing natural gas stakeholders with access to world class content.

Twitter:

@natgasworld

Language:

English


Episodes
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Where are Asia’s top LNG markets heading? - Global Gas & LNG Insights

5/29/2024
NGW ( https://www.naturalgasworld.com/ ) is joined once more by Dr Robert Brooks, the CEO and founder of RBAC, a market leading supplier of global and regional gas and LNG market simulation systems, to discuss how the top LNG markets of Asia will shape up in the years to come, demand’s sensitivity to pricing, what the US pause on LNG approvals means for future supply to Asia and how Europe’s gas trajectory will impact Asian portfolio players. Global Gas & LNG Insights is a podcast presented by NGW in partnership with RBAC. Premium Subscribers of NGW have early access to each episode. ABOUT RBAC RBAC, Inc. has been the leading provider of market fundamental analysis tools used by the energy industry and related government agencies for over two decades. The GPCM® Market Simulator for North American Gas and LNG™ is the most widely used natural gas market modeling system in North America. RBAC’s G2M2® Market Simulator for Global Gas and LNG™ has been instrumental in understanding evolving global gas and LNG dynamics and is vital in fully understanding the interrelationship between the North American and global gas markets. https://rbac.com/

Duration:00:33:43

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Has the IEA strayed from its core mission?

4/17/2024
Thierry Bros, professor at Sciences Po Paris, and Anne-Sophie Corbeau, research scholar on global energy policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, join NGW once more to discuss key developments impacting the natural gas market. This month, we look at how European and Asian gas demand is shaping up in 2024, the outlook for Russian pipeline gas and LNG, including Arctic LNG-2’s problems, and US criticism that the IEA has strayed away from its core mission of promoting energy security. Subscribe to NGW Premium and get full access to all our content at https://www.naturalgasworld.com/ Follow us on X: https://twitter.com/NatGasWorld Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/natural-gas-world/

Duration:00:42:26

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Natural gas and the economic outlook - Global Gas & LNG Insights Podcast

3/19/2024
Dr. Ning Lin, Executive Director for Global Gas & LNG at RBAC, discusses how the economic picture in key markets will impact gas demand, geopolitical disruptions to LNG trade, the ramifications of Biden’s pause on LNG export approvals and the long-term outlook for gas in Europe and Asia. ABOUT RBAC RBAC, Inc. has been the leading provider of market fundamental analysis tools used by the energy industry and related government agencies for over two decades. The GPCM® Market Simulator for North American Gas and LNG™ is the most widely used natural gas market modeling system in North America. RBAC’s G2M2® Market Simulator for Global Gas and LNG™ has been instrumental in understanding evolving global gas and LNG dynamics and is vital in fully understanding the interrelationship between the North American and global gas markets.

Duration:00:37:09

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A Bleak Outlook for Russian Natural Gas - Global Gas & LNG Insights

2/6/2024
Russian LNG: How much is there? Where does it go? How does it get there? What is Russia’s overall gas dilemma? And what is their future? NGW is joined by Dr Robert Brooks, the CEO and founder of RBAC, a market leading supplier of global and regional gas and LNG market simulation systems, to discuss what the implications of further cuts in Russian gas supply to Europe would be, and the significant challenges that the Russian gas industry faces. Global Gas & LNG Insights is a new podcast presented by NGW in partnership with RBAC. Premium Subscribers of NGW have early access to each episode. Global Gas & LNG Insights S01E01

Duration:00:47:42

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2024: a year of elections

2/5/2024
Thierry Bros, professor at Sciences Po Paris, and Anne-Sophie Corbeau, research scholar on global energy policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, join NGW once more to discuss key developments impacting the natural gas market. This month, we look at some of the key elections in 2024 that will shape future energy policy. A podcast by Natural Gas World. First published January 29, 2024 here: https://www.naturalgasworld.com/in-a-nutshell-podcast-2024-a-year-of-elections-109410 First available for Premium Subscribers of https://www.naturalgasworld.com/

Duration:00:47:23

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COP28: Much ado about nothing?

11/22/2023
Thierry Bros, professor at Sciences Po Paris, and Anne-Sophie Corbeau, research scholar on global energy policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, join NGW once more to discuss key developments impacting the natural gas market. This month, we consider what to expect from the upcoming COP28 conference, and why there are reasons not to be optimistic. Learn more about In a Nutshell and Natural Gas World here.

Duration:00:51:16

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No buffers to supply shocks

9/27/2023
Thierry Bros, professor at Sciences Po Paris, and Anne-Sophie Corbeau, research scholar on global energy policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, join NGW once more to discuss where the natural gas market is heading and why. This month, they discuss how the loss of so-called buffers to supply shocks has left Europe greatly exposed to volatility, and increased pragmatism in European energy planning. This podcast is produced by https://www.naturalgasworld.com/

Duration:00:48:41

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Crisis From a Global Perspective

4/11/2023
In this episode of NGW’s In a Nutshell podcast, Thierry Bros, professor at Sciences Po Paris, and Anne-Sophie Corbeau, a global research scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, look at how markets across the world are coping with the energy crisis, from China and other major Asian economies, to Central Asia and Europe. This podcast is produced by https://www.naturalgasworld.com/

Duration:00:33:50

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European Gas Market Not Out of the Woods Yet

2/17/2023
In this episode of NGW’s In a Nutshell podcast, Thierry Bros, professor at Sciences Po Paris, and Anne-Sophie Corbeau, a global research scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, discuss how European gas prices have eased in the last two months, but they warn that the crisis is certainly not over.

Duration:00:39:26

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GHGSat Takes Aim at Methane Emissions in Iraq

2/8/2023
Jean-Francois Gauthier, Vice President of Measurement and Strategic Initiative at GHGSat, tells NGW about a pilot project that the satellite emissions monitoring company took part in to tackle methane emissions at oilfields in Iraq. In a Nutshell is a podcast by Natural Gas World. https://www.naturalgasworld.com/

Duration:00:31:02

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Worse Yet to Come?

11/22/2022
In this NGW webinar, Thierry Bros, professor at Sciences Po Paris, and Anne-Sophie Corbeau, a global research scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, discuss how Europe is coping with its energy crisis so far, and warn that the worst is yet to come. They also weigh up the prospects for Russia expanding its foothold in the Asian market. https://www.naturalgasworld.com/

Duration:00:36:45

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Lessons From The Global Energy Crisis

11/25/2021
The debate over the role that gas should play in the energy transition has been brought into sharp focus in recent months as a global energy crisis has unfolded. While some argue that the shift from hydrocarbons should be accelerated in light of recent events, others caution that further investment in oil and gas is fundamental to delivering energy security and economic prosperity. In this webinar, we look at what lessons can be learnt from the unprecedented spike in energy prices. Joining this crucial discussion are Ronald Smith, senior oil and gas analyst at BCS Global Markets, James Henderson, director of Energy Transition Research Initiative at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and Leonid Grigoriev, Professor of Moscow Higher School of Economics. Moderated by Joseph Murphy, Editor in Chief, Natural Gas World.

Duration:01:06:02

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The Case for LNG in Shipping

10/15/2021
Steve Esau, general manager at LNG bunkering association SEA-LNG, makes the case for LNG as the best available solution for decarbonising shipping while keeping the sector competitive. He also responds to criticism over the methane emissions associated with LNG bunkering, and comments on what the recent gas price spike might mean for the fuel’s perception as affordable.

Duration:00:31:06

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21st Century Energy, 21st Opportunity - Webinar

9/20/2021
This webinar precedes the Canadian Gas Dialogues Conference, to be held in Calgary on September 29, 2021. Shannon Joseph (CAPP), Paul Cheliak (CGA) and Jim Campbell (CEPA), moderated by Julie Gaudreau (IGRC 2024) discuss the state of innovation in the natural gas industry during this discussion that touches upon the following topics: - What can the upstream/midstream and downstream do to collaborate and drive further natural gas innovation? What specific markets holds the most opportunity (residential, industry, LNG export, etc?). - What is the single biggest barrier to natural gas innovation and what is the top solution? - Have net zero emission reduction targets changed the scope and nature of the innovation investments across the gas value chain?

Duration:01:09:59

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A Methodology for Methane

9/6/2021
The IEF’s chief economist Leila Benali discusses with NGW the forum’s new initiative to create a uniform methodology for quantifying methane emissions.

Duration:00:41:02

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Methanation: turning green power into gas

8/4/2021
We are joined by Mich Hein, CEO of Electrochaea, to discuss the ins and outs of a proprietary bio-methanation technology that the company has developed. The process involves using captured CO2 and green hydrogen to produce synthetic natural gas that can help decarbonise difficult-to-abate industries. The technology has gained serious attention, with Electrochaea recently bringing on board international oilfield services provider Baker Hughes as a lead investor.

Duration:00:28:26

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Overcoming the Arctic Drilling Challenge

7/23/2021
The Arctic has been hailed as the future of Russia’s oil and gas industry. But developing the vast reserves found there is no easy undertaking. In our webinar, Overcoming The Arctic Drilling Challenge, we discuss the technological, logistical and climatic difficulties that operators and contractors in Russia’s far north must confront, as well as what development prospects there are for the region’s many trillions of cubic metres of natural gas resources. Joining us are Vitaly Dokunikhin, CEO of ERIELL Russia, Aleksandr Milenkiy, Chief Engineer ERIELL NEFTEGAZSERVICE, and Mark Gyetvay, CFO of Russian gas producer Novatek. Recorded July 21, 2021

Duration:01:17:51

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Novatek's Low Carbon Path

7/2/2021
Mark Gyetvay, CFO of Russia’s largest independent gas producer, discusses how the company is balancing its ambitious LNG growth plans with new decarbonisation initiatives. While the IEA has called for no more investment in gas, Novatek sees the fuel as an integral part of the low-carbon energy future.

Duration:00:42:10

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Is Uzbekistan Running Out of Gas?

6/24/2021
Uzbekistan has undergone radical reform in the years since president Shavkat Mirziyoyev assumed power in late 2016. In the natural gas industry, the government has eased conditions for foreign investors and worked to create a more market-driven sector. The Central Asian state is among the largest gas producers in the CIS space, although many of its largest fields were developed in the Soviet era. In this webinar, Is Uzbekistan Running out of Gas?, we discuss what the future prospects are for Uzbek gas production. Joining us will be Uzbekistan’s Deputy Energy Minister Bekhzot Narmatov, Bakhrambek Ismailov, Head of ERIELL’s Regional Business Unit for Central Asia and Louis Skyner, a partner at Dentons. Brought to you with the support of Eriell.

Duration:01:12:40

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Hydrogen and Canada's Energy Transition

6/18/2021
Discussion exploring hydrogen and its role in Canada’s energy transition Join Natural Gas World Americas Editor Dale Lunan, Dr David Layzell, energy systems architect and research director with The Transition Accelerator, and Greg Caldwell, director, utility hydrogen strategy at Alberta gas distributor ATCO, as they discuss the opportunities and challenges of hydrogen in meeting Canada’s energy transition aspirations. This webinar is part of the Canadian Gas Dialogues Platform.

Duration:01:06:14