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Biofuels antidumping duties: here to stay or gone with the wind?

Biofuels antidumping duties: here to stay or gone with the wind?

February 15, 2018 10:00:43 EST

With new and upcoming policy changes, uncertainties in the biodiesel and ethanol markets look set to continue plaguing trade flows into Europe.

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Natural Gas


EU demand for Russian gas to keep Ukraine needed after Nord Stream 2
EU demand for Russian gas to keep Ukraine needed after Nord Stream 2
January 31, 2018 12:38:40 EST (10:44)
S&P Global Platts editors Siobhan Hall and Stuart Elliott discuss EU natural gas demand, transit capacities and regulation, as well as the outlook for EU, Russian and Ukrainian gas relations.

US LNG exporters face fierce competition in an oversupplied market
US LNG exporters face fierce competition in an oversupplied market
October 19, 2017 12:00:15 EST (4:31)
The US is looking to become the third-largest LNG exporter by 2019, and projects are fighting for a way to fit into a growing global market even as buyers don't feel pressure to sign long-term deals.

Electric Power


New-build standoff sees European plant margins decline
New-build standoff sees European plant margins decline
January 11, 2018 12:14:43 EST (5:51)
S&P Global Platts European power editors Andreas Franke and Henry Edwardes-Evans show that, even with significant gas plant additions, dispatchable margins are likely to dip close to severe peak demand levels in the next few years.

US FERC Chairman Chatterjee on the future of US power markets, coal, nuclear and gas
US FERC Chairman Chatterjee on the future of US power markets, coal, nuclear and gas
November 22, 2017 10:06:41 EST (8:12)
Neil Chatterjee, chairman of the US FERC, discusses the commission's plans to pursue a controversial proposal to tweak power markets to help save coal and nuclear power plants at risk of retirement.

Oil


Russian energy: playing the long game
Russian energy: playing the long game
November 02, 2017 15:09:01 EST (8:02)
Russia has got a seat at the head of the OPEC table, while it continues to deepen ties with Saudi Arabia and appears to be coping with sanctions. Platts editors discuss the outlook for the world's biggest crude oil producer.

How soon could electric vehicles growth hit the oil sector?
How soon could electric vehicles growth hit the oil sector?
October 17, 2017 14:19:15 EST (10:15)
In this video, we look at the rise of electric vehicles, a topic which is increasingly grabbing the headlines as a so-called 'disruptive technology' set to shake up not just the automobile sector but the energy markets and beyond.

Petrochemicals


Growing impact of shale gas on petrochemicals industry
Growing impact of shale gas on petrochemicals industry
October 19, 2017 12:06:20 EST (10:15)
In this video, S&P Global Platts petrochemicals editors Shashank Shekhar, Michael McCafferty, and Christopher Ferrell discuss in-depth the growing impact of shale gas on the global petchems industry.

European petrochemicals outlook 2017: The year of two halves
European petrochemicals outlook 2017: The year of two halves
January 26, 2017 08:14:51 EST (9:13)
With higher oil prices, weakness in Euro and capacity build-out East of Suez and on the opposite side of the Atlantic, our editors discuss how these factors will be shaping the European petrochemicals industry this year.

Agriculture


EU sugar liberalization: Implications and potential impact on power, freight, and ethanol
EU sugar liberalization: Implications and potential impact on power, freight, and ethanol
October 03, 2017 18:26:52 EST (7:17)
Export liberalization and the end of the quota system from October 1 is the biggest change in the EU sugar market in 11 years.

Brazil's ethanol may be bolstered by emissions goals, but many changes expected in the interim
Brazil's ethanol may be bolstered by emissions goals, but many changes expected in the interim
July 31, 2017 10:32:02 EST (8:09)
Brazil has announced increased taxes for both ethanol and gasoline, and while the final decision remains uncertain, there have been immediate price impacts.

Shipping


Bunkering: Is this the era of disintermediation?
Bunkering: Is this the era of disintermediation?
September 11, 2017 00:01:00 EST (7:13)
S&P Global Platts marine analysts discuss the issue of disintermediation in the marine fuels market: are they seeing any evidence that this process is taking place, and what changes do they foresee taking effect post-2020?

2017 may give VLCC tankers a wild ride on oil market volatility
2017 may give VLCC tankers a wild ride on oil market volatility
April 18, 2017 12:07:04 EST (9:34)
As the crude oil industry deals with wild cards like the OPEC deal and the narrowing spread between oil benchmarks, we explore the dynamics in VLCC freight and ton-mile demand, giving an outlook for the rest of 2017.

Metals


How environmental checks in China are affecting steel, metals prices
How environmental checks in China are affecting steel, metals prices
August 29, 2016 05:19:26 EST (9:00)
China's central government has launched environmental inspections across variousregions, affecting output and prices in both upstream and downstream industries.

Asia steel margins in consolidation as China gets soft landing after April price surge
Asia steel margins in consolidation as China gets soft landing after April price surge
August 26, 2016 07:33:26 EST (8:21)
Focusing on steel mill margins in Asia and China which have consolidated over the past two months, as prices stabilized at higher levels than prior the spring surge.


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