Tag Archives: International Energy Agency (IEA)

IEA: European LNG Imports Soar 63% in 2022

European imports of liquefied natural gas soared last year as nations sought to cover for drops in Russian pipeline supplies, a report from the International Energy Agency said Tuesday. The jump in demand from European nations sent prices spiking higher, with global sales doubling in value to $450 billion even …

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JPMorgan: Oil Prices are unlikely to Hit $100 this Year

Brent Crude prices are not expected to reach $100 per barrel in 2023 unless a major geopolitical event rattles markets again, according to JPMorgan. The OPEC+ alliance could add 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) to supply this year, and Russian exports could recover by the middle of 2023, JPMorgan said …

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Oil Prices up with Positive China Demand Outlook

Oil prices increased on Thursday on expectations of a surge in oil demand in China, the world’s largest oil importer. International benchmark Brent crude traded at $85.85 per barrel at 09.46 a.m. local time (0646 GMT), up 0.55% from the closing price of $85.38 a barrel in the previous trading …

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