Media Coverage - Prospex

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Here we present selected media coverage of our work.

European Gas Trading Volumes Surge, Energy Intelligence, 10 July 2020

Europe Gas Trading Recovered in June After Virus Slump: Prospex, Bloomberg, 10 July 2020

TTF volumes rise 30% in Jan-June despite virus – Prospex, Montel, 9 July 2020

European 2020 gas trading volume may surpass 2019 record: research, Reuters, 9 July 2020

Europe traded more power in first quarter, but prices slumped by 38%, Reuters, 23 April 2020

European Power Trading Volumes Slump to 7-Year Low in 2019, Montel, 23 April 2020

Europe gas trade volume on track for another record in 2019, Reuters, 12 July 2019

European natural gas trade tops 1 trillion euros for first time, Bloomberg 12 July 2019

European 2018 power trading volumes ease 1% – Prospex, Montel, 25 March 2019

Europe traded less power in 2018, but at higher prices, Reuters, 25 March 2019

Europe gas trade volume on track for record so far in 2018, Reuters, 21 September 2018

Europe hub trade falls in 2017 – Prospex, Natural Gas World, 21 September 2018

Europe’s gas trading volume seen falling from record 2016, Reuters, 26 September 2017

Europe’s hubs grow slower in 2017: Research. Natural Gas World, 25 September 2017

European 1H gas trading volumes fall after strong 2016: Prospex. Bloomberg, 25 September 2017

European power trading slows after heavy volumes in 2016 – study.  Reuters, 20 March 2017

European power trade volume rises 23% in 2016 – Prospex.  Montel, 20 March 2017

Europe’s traded gas market in “robust form”: report, Natural Gas World, 22 September 2016

TTF gas market expands fastest in H1 2016 – analyst, Montel, 21 September 2016

Coal leads surge in European energy exchange trading in first half 2016 – study, Reuters, 5 September 2016

Liquidity rises in European wholesale power – study, Reuters, 4 April 2016

European power trading rises 5% in 2015 – Prospex, Montel, 29 March 2016

Some still love coal as exchanges battle to dominate market, Bloomberg, 19 February 2016

 

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