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What to expect when the Czech Republic assumes the EU presidency

In less than eight weeks time the Czech Republic will assume the rotating EU presidency, replacing France. Six months after that, the position will shift again to Sweden. Whereas the French and Swedish objectives relating to environment and energy respectively are quite ambitious, the Czech presidency will have limited aspirations.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Nov 2008
Expert View
Expert View

What the parliamentary elections will mean for EU energy policy

In the first week of June, European citizens will choose their representatives in the European Parliament, which could impact energy policy within the European Union, particularly if the Lisbon Treaty comes into force. All of the major parties espouse a broadly pro-liberalization rhetoric but from varying ideological starting points, while specific policy is often harder to come by.

Published By Datamonitor
02 Jun 2009
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Expert View

What is the future of CHP and district heating in Europe?

The extent of CHP installation has varied considerably across Europe. CHP offers a significant opportunity for emissions reductions in the heat sector, and coupled with district heating it provides infrastructure that can support a range of low carbon energy sources.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Apr 2013
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Expert View

What does Doha mean for European utilities?

As nations tiptoe toward a meaningful agreement, unwilling to make sacrifices before others commit, we can look at the Doha climate talks and assess what, if anything, has been achieved. A new Datamonitor report lays out a clear and thorough analysis of climate policies from Kyoto to the recent talks in Doha, and considers what the likely impacts will be for European utilities.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Dec 2012
CommentWire
CommentWire

WestLB/AWG: cards on the table

WestLB has publicized its bid for AWG as a new tactic in its attempt to acquire the business. WestLB has become increasingly frustrated with the board's reluctance to discuss its proposal, but shareholders should wait for an improved offer.

Published By Datamonitor
23 Apr 2003
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Western oil majors are feeling the pinch from national companies

As recent figures indicate, major Western oil companies such as Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, and TOTAL are increasingly losing ground to a new breed of competitors. With many of the most lucrative hydrocarbon reserves situated in emerging nations and jealously guarded by national oil and gas companies, could this signal the end for Western domination of the oil industry?

Published By Datamonitor
31 Jan 2011
CommentWire
CommentWire

Wessex Water: less of a bargain in the long term

After months of wrangling, Azurix has secured the sale of its Wessex Water subsidiary to YTL of Malaysia for GBP1.24 billion after increasing its offer to bondholders for the third time. YTL is one of several companies looking to pick up UK water firms 'on the cheap' as tightening regulatory controls depress stock values. However, their long-term attractiveness could be questionable.

Published By Datamonitor
09 May 2002
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Weak US gas market will further dampen UK wholesale prices

Although gas prices are currently low across the Atlantic Basin, they are even lower in the US, which is diverting LNG towards Europe and further depressing wholesale prices. As these low prices are against a backdrop of Russia's over-supply to Europe and continuing weak demand in the UK, prices are expected to remain below seasonal averages during winter 2009.

Published By Datamonitor
09 Sep 2009
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We won't shop until petrol prices drop

In the wake of record breaking oil price spikes, fuel retailers have little choice but to increase the price motorists pay at the pump. Datamonitor's Anne Marie Davis explores the idea that sustained high oil prices might damage forecourt shop sales in the short term - one of the very things that oil companies have invested in to counteract the impact of the price surge on petrol margins.

Published By Datamonitor
11 Oct 2004
ResearchWire
ResearchWire

Water: 78% of UK households have no meter

Published By Datamonitor
19 Mar 2002

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