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19 Sep 2014

IES Advisory at Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook 2014

IES Advisory completes a one day workshop at the Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook 2014 Conference in Sydney. The topic of the workshop was “Understanding the east coast gas price and supply outlook”.

IES Advisory at Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook 2014

IES Advisory completes a one day workshop at the Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook 2014 Conference in Sydney. The topic of the workshop was “Understanding the east coast gas price and supply outlook”. A particular focus was to review the current market environment for gas on the east coast of Australia and present modelling studies of future gas and related market outcomes. The workshop was especially of interest to those whose business is critically dependent on the future outlook for gas supply, either directly or indirectly.

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09 Sep 2014

IES Advisory presents update at Myanmar Energy Master Plan Workshop

The Myanmar Energy Master Plan Workshop took place in Nay Pyi Taw (Myanmar) today.

IES Advisory presents update at Myanmar Energy Master Plan Workshop

The Myanmar Energy Master Plan Workshop took place in Nay Pyi Taw (Myanmar) today. At total of 80 representatives attended, including Myanmar’s Deputy Ministers for Electric Power, Energy, and Industry.

The World Bank, Asia Development Bank, and Japan International Cooperation Agency were also in attendance. IES Advisory presented on the progress of its work on the long term energy master plan.

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04 Aug 2014

IES Advisory completes review of Singapore Futures Trading Market

IESAdvisory recently completed its review of the newly formed Singapore Futures Market (EFM). The results found that vertical integration is significantly impacting market liquidity.

IES Advisory completes review of Singapore Futures Trading Market

IESAdvisory recently completed its review of the newly formed Singapore Futures Market (EFM). The results found that vertical integration is significantly impacting market liquidity. ‘Gentailers’ (or retailers who own generators) make up 63% of the total electricity consumed in Singapore and in many cases they do not need forwards market hedge coverage. Adding to the challenges is the fact that there is surplus generation capacity, and that currently there are more sellers than buyers in the market. The success of the market will be dependent on increased participation by these buyers.

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