Yusuf İlimsever, Deputy General Manager of Enerjisa Üretim, shares his perspective on the role of Turkey in the European energy market, especially focused on Southeastern Europe.
ETCSEE Connect Interview: Mark Copley (EFET) talks about the volatile European energy market
Demand management and flexibility will be important in the years ahead but energy markets are key, says Mark Copley, chief executive of the European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET) in an exclusive interview at Energy Trading Central and South Eastern Europe (ETCSEE) 2022.
ETCSEE Connect interview: Aura Sabadus about the South East and East European Gas project (SEEGAS)
Aura Sabadus, senior energy journalist at ICIS and Research Fellow at Energy Community, dives into the details of the South East and East European Gas project (SEEGAS) that is focussing on the integration of this region into the broader European energy market.
ETCSEE Connect Interview: Gregor Weinzettel on gas market expansion to South Eastern Europe
Gregor Weinzettel, gas expert at Energy Community, shares an update on the possibilities for the gas market in South Eastern Europe and the SEEGAS project. He also focussed on the consequences of the Russian gas cuts for the gas routes and trading in this regio.
ETCSEE Connect interview: Ádám Balogh about supporting Ukraine's energy infrastructure repairs
Ádám Balogh, Senior Energy Infrastructure Expert at Energy Community, explains how the secretariat is assisting with the Ukrainian efforts to provide support to their energy infrastructure. The secretariat is actively involved in organizing supplies for emergency repairs and working closely together with different stakeholders in Europe and Ukraine.
ETCSEE Connect Interview: Volker Lauer about gas prices in Europe
Volker Lauer, Gas Origination East at RWE Supply & Trading, shares his insight into gas prices and the problematic mismatch between demand and supply in Europe at the moment.
ETCSEE Connect Interview: Gottfried Steiner on the potential of the Central European gas market
Gottfried Steiner, the CEO of the Central European Gas Hub, elaborates on the position and potential of the Central European gas markets during Energy Trading Central and South Eastern Europe (ETCSEE) 2022.
ETCSEE Connect interview: Ágnes Horváth about energy prices and how the economy is responding
Ágnes Horváth, Chief Economist at MOL Group, explains how the market is responding to the energy prices and what Europe needs to do to prepare for winter.
Energy Transitions Podcast: Challenges Europe faces to secure gas supply
Europe continues to face volatile energy markets and uncertain gas supplies, with some countries becoming particularly vulnerable to the effects of this current energy crisis. Patrick Bauduin talks to Aura Sabadus senior journalist at ICIS about these issues, as well as price capping and energy market integration with Eastern Europe.
Advantages and challenges with respect to clearing of energy market trades
In this ETCSEE interview, Patrick Bauduin talks to Babett Pavlics, CEO of KELER CCP about the advantages and challenges with respect to clearing of energy market trades.
Energy Trading Day Zürich
On 21 September, ENLIT Europe organises the ‘Energy Trading Day’. An invite only-conference where we welcome around 100 energy traders in Zurich for a full day of conference sessions with expert speakers discussing how the European energy market design can cope with extreme price surges, analysing the current energy price drivers, and presenting trends in RES-E, power and natural gas markets.
Ed’s note: Why this year’s ETCSEE matters more than ever
ETCSEE is one of the most recognised events for the energy trading industry. That is a fact. During this 2-day event, high level trading representatives and key decision makers discuss the current and future scenarios regarding the central and southeastern European markets. That is another fact.
Energy Transitions Podcast: Extreme volatility in power and gas markets
The energy markets are going through unprecedented volatility. Energy security in Europe is making headlines and everyone is talking about their energy bill. Clearly, we need to talk about energy prices and about how they are evolving.
‘Our office was hit by a cruise missile’: Ukraine’s energy exchange keeps trading, but it needs help
Amidst war, the Ukrainian energy industry is keeping the grid stable, the system operational and trading active. But it needs help.
Energy Transitions Podcast: Talking about the energy market design with Europex
In this ‘Energy Markets Talk’, Christian Baer, Secretary General of Europex discusses the current energy prices surges and how the energy market design keeps on evolving.
Decarbonising Europe’s gas markets
Patrick Bauduin, Enlit Europe Content Director for Energy Markets, talks to Ilaria Conti, Head of Gas at the Florence School of Regulation, about the turbulent gas market and the impact of the recent price surge.
Market volatility results in fundamental changes to renewable PPAs
The energy crisis experienced in Europe in 2021 which saw energy prices soaring to record levels due to shortages of gas supply has led to fundamental changes in the renewable power purchase agreement (PPAs) market, according to a new study released by advisory firm Pexapark.
France remains Europe’s biggest power exporter despite heavy imports in December
France maintained its position as the biggest net exporter of power in Europe in the second half of 2021, despite an extreme reliance on imports at the beginning of winter.
Europe – 2021 saw record energy prices and greater reliance on fossil fuels
Soaring gas prices drove wholesale power prices to record highs in Europe last year, which resulted in several countries increasing their production of electricity from coal and lignite.
The role of energy markets in times of rising energy prices
Mark Copley, CEO of the European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET), speaks to Enlit Europe Content Director for Markets, Patrick Bauduin, about the role of the energy markets in the turbulent time of transition and rising energy prices.