Research on Key Technical, Commercial and Regulatory Energy Issues
In rapidly changing markets relevant insight is of crucial importance. Whilst a wealth of information is now available online, navigating the complexities of energy and providing appropriate, effective, timely understanding in a clear and compelling format remains a challenging requirement.
MJMEnergy undertakes research on key technical, commercial and regulatory energy issues producing timely, insightful reports, single and multi-client studies on a range of energy issues, both through its own publishing business and in conjunction with other organisations.
Here are a selection of publications that we have written and published.
This report containing 28 in-depth country profiles framed within a detailed analysis of the global LNG market and its developing trends and drivers will provide strategists, decision makers, policy makers and analysts - amongst others - with the perfect resource to ensure you are well-informed.
The Long Term
This is an archived report that has value for anyone wishing to understand all aspects of how to transport gas in and out of the UK.
LNG Today 2004 edition
Whilst this book is now an archived report it still has value for anyone wishing to understand the where and how of LNG.
All of these articles are available for you to read. They are seperated by year and were topical at time of writing.
The following are publications that we have contributed to and/or offer for sale.
This report explores the role of LNG in marine, road and rail transport
and is divided into three parts:
1) Technology and drivers for LNG as a transport fuel.
2) Growth projections for LNG as a transport fuel.
3) Data on LNG as a transport fuel.
Underground Gas Storage and LNG Storage Market in the World
"The Underground Gas Storage & LNG Storage Market in the World 2015-2035" builds on the CEDIGAZ Underground Gas Storage Database, the only worldwide Underground Gas Storage database to be updated every year, and on the CEDIGAZ LNG Service, a comprehensive service dedicated to the LNG market.
Other reports we have contributed to include:
- The Gas Trading Manual
- The Oil Trading Manual
- Physical characteristics and refining
- Oil pricing arrangements
- Physical oil markets
- Forward and futures contracts
- Options and swaps
- Operations and logistics
- Accounting and taxation
- Controlling financial risk
- Legal and regulatory control
- Network 2000
- Liberalising Gas Markets in Europe
- The New Electricity Trading Arrangements
- The Network Code
- Lifting of Stricter Consents: The Future of UK Gas-Fired Power Plants
- Gas and Electricity Trading in Italy
The Gas Trading Manual
Edited by MJMEnergy associate David Long, with Geoff Moore and Gay Wenban Smith, the Gas Trading Manual (GTM) established itself as a leading information source on the international gas market. Compiled from the contributions of some of the most senior and widely respected figures in the trade, this edition provided detailed and accurate analysis on all aspects of this complex business from the geography of gas through to the markets, trading instruments, contracts, gas pricing, accounting and taxation.close
The Oil Trading Manual
Edited by MJMEnergy associate David Long, the Oil Trading Manual (OTM) provided a unique and comprehensive reference source to the structure and conduct of the international oil markets including:
Mike Madden and Nick White authored this report for FT Energy, explaining the key changes to the UK Network Code arrangements in 1999, including the creation of a within-day gas balancing market for both shippers and the transporter, the On-the-day Commodity Market, and the development of entry capacity auctions.close
Liberalising Gas Markets in Europe
In this ground-breaking report published by Petroleum Economist, Mike Madden and Nick White reviewed the state of the gas market in each of the then 15 EU states and considered the impact of the EU Gas Directive on companies, markets and suppliers.close
The New Electricity Trading Arrangements
Written by Nick White for Petroleum Economist, this industry guide described and explained the major reform of the UK electricity system whereby the centralised electricity Pool system was replaced by a system of bilateral contracts (referred to as the New Electricity Trading Arrangements or NETA) with generator self-dispatch under the terms of the Balancing and Settlement Code.close
The Network Code
The Transco Network Code introduced in 1996 was a new approach to gas transportation arrangements, which has now been used as a model f or many liberalising gas markets. Mike Madden’s report written for FT Energy explained the background, rationale, development, text and operation of the Network Code, helping readers to understand the huge changes in the UK gas market at the time.close
Lifting of Stricter Consents: The Future of UK Gas-Fired Power Plants
This report written by Nick White and David Smith and published by FT Energy reviewed the impact of the UK Government’s decision to impose a moratorium on new gas-fired power stations during the period leading up to the reform of the UK electricity pool.
In bringing a premature end to the Dash for Gas, the Government temporarily preserved UK coal operations, but with the risk of deterring inward investment and distorting the market.close
Gas and Electricity Trading in Italy
Written by Nick White and Philip Pike for the Energy Publishing Network, this report provided a detailed overview of gas and electricity markets, players, strategies and trading in Italy in the early years of the energy market liberalisation.close