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Uncharted waters: Europe’s new role in the global LNG market

The global natural gas market is exhibiting record volatility, with prices at unprecedented levels as Russia's invasion of Ukraine casts a cloud of uncertainty over the future of Europe's supply mix. LNG has however emerged as a key source of flexibility for the European market, with active competition with Asia for volumes leading to record deliveries in the first quarter of 2022. In the latest Commodities Focus podcast, pricing manager Allen Reed and analyst Luke Cottell discuss Europe's new role in the global LNG markets, emerging regasification capacity constraints on the continent, as well as the challenges of relying on LNG to diversify away from Russian pipeline gas in the years ahead.Tell us more about your podcast preferences so we can keep improving our shows. Take our two-minute survey here: https://bit.ly/plattspod22More listening options:

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Drop more SBOMs: how the energy industry can tighten up cybersecurity

The energy sector has found itself in the crosshairs of what's been called a rare and dangerous state-sponsored malware threat capable of disruption, sabotage, and potentially physical destruction of energy assets, with LNG and electric facilities believed to be the initial target. Meanwhile, a collaboration between oil and gas companies and the R&D arm of the Department of Homeland Security, called The Linking the Oil and Gas Industry to Improve Cybersecurity program, is working to bolster the level of cybersecurity in critical systems of interest to the oil and natural gas sector. The program is behind a recent study that takes a look at how a software bill of materials, or SBOM, can be used to manage cybersecurity risks to industrial control systems software from third-party components introduced as part of vendor solutions.Schneider Electric Vice President and Deputy Product Security Officer Cassie Crossley joined the podcast to discuss the risks vendors introduce to oil and gas operators, the cyber defenses available to the sector and how SBOM development and use could aid the oil and gas industry. Senior editor Jasmin Melvin also asked her about the new malware threat to the energy sector and Schneider Electric's efforts to thwart it.Stick around after the interview for Starr Spencer with the Market Minute, a look at near-term oil market drivers.This podcast was produced by Jasmin Melvin in Washington and Jennifer Pedrick in Houston.Related content:Energy sector in crosshairs of 'rare, dangerous' state-sponsored malware threat Attorney flags potential security risk in SEC cyber incident disclosure proposalFeature: US energy companies on high alert, ready to defend grid, pipelines from Russian cyberthreatsMore listening options:

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S Korea's Kogas to import 1.58 mil mt/year US-produced LNG from BP

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NYMEX Henry Hub May remains near 13-year highs on supply concerns

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Surging power, gas prices push European hydrogen production costs higher in March

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PJM TRACKER: generation fuel mix shifts away from coal, toward gas in March

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Belgium's Fluxys to continue Russian Yamal LNG transshipment services

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'Political will' can lead to accelerated LNG import terminal deployment: GIE

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