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S&P Global Ratings outlines LNG’s top ten trends: what to look out for in 2016

In an article for Energy Voice – a magazine focusing on the renewable, oil, and gas sectors – Simon Redmond, a commodities specialist at S&P Global Ratings, outlines the ‘top ten’ developments to watch out for in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market. Redmond explains that while LNG has historically maintained a relatively stable price, the coming …

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S&P Global’s May IFR Outlook looks to a decarbonised world economy

The latest issue of Infrastructure Outlook from S&P Global – which brings together the key infrastructure and project finance-related research and rating update news from the past month – focuses on why growth in the green bond market will be key to a sustainable world economy. Exploring the success of this nascent market, Michael Wilkins, …

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Uncertainty on the horizon for LNG – S&P explores the sector in the specialist energy press

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) has historically enjoyed stable prices as a commodity. Yet the outlook for 2016 is less certain, according to Simon Redmond, Director at Standard & Poor’s and commodities specialist. Writing for specialist monthly journal, Petroleum Review from the Energy Institute, he explains that a glut in global supply has driven down prices. …

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