Friday, January 27, 2023 (4:30 pm - 5:30 pm)

WEBINAR LIVE
The gas war: scenarios and prospects for 2023




The Russian-Ukrainian war, with the resulting shock on the natural gas market, is causing serious damage to consumers and businesses across Europe. Between new legislative measures and the frantic search for alternative suppliers to a now unreliable Russia, the prospects for the gas markets remain uncertain and difficult to predict.
 
How will the gas market evolve in Italy and Europe? How to guarantee energy security and system stability?

In this meeting, participants will have the opportunity to discuss with James Henderson, Chairman of the Gas Research Programme at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, who will analyze the prospects for a subject as crucial as, at this moment, unpredictable.
In particular, he will discuss the following topics:

  • the global impact of Europe’s search for new supplies
  • the outlook of the global gas market for 2023/24
  • the consequences of the crisis on the long-term future of gas in Italy and Europe.

 

Speaker

James Henderson

Director, Energy Transition Research Initiative; Chairman Gas Research Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

Programme

January 27, 2023
4:30 pm - 5 pm Speech by James Henderson
5 pm - 5:30 pm Debate

Meeting documents

Nota informativa

WEBINAR LIVE
The gas war: scenarios and prospects for 2023

Nota informativa

Kit

WEBINAR LIVE
The gas war: scenarios and prospects for 2023

Kit

Documents

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The gas war: scenarios and prospects for 2023

World energy outlook 2022

International Energy Agency

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The gas war: scenarios and prospects for 2023

Quarterly gas review: short- and medium-term outlook for gas markets

Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

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The gas war: scenarios and prospects for 2023

South East Europe gas markets - reconfiguring supply flows and replacing Russian gas

Julian Bowden

Oxford Institute for Energy Studies