August 2008

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Ambitious CO2 targets in US could shift world gas trade flows

Traditionally, world gas markets have operated as three largely self-contained regions: 1) the Americas; 2) Europe, Africa and the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States; 3) and Asia-Paci..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Traditionally, world gas markets have operated as three largely self-contained regions: 1) the Americas; 2) Europe, Africa and the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States; 3) and Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. These regions have enjoyed limited interconnectivity, and each developed its own distinctive supply/demand and pricing dynamics. The combined impact of these developments may be an increased degree of connectivity and converging pricing models, and thus even a journey toward a truly global gas market. A new report from analysts with management consultancy Booz & Co. examines three potential market scenarios to illustrate the drivers of market globalization: 1. A supp

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