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David Woroniuk

Contributor since: 16 Oct 2017

David Woroniuk

David Woroniuk is a Doctoral Researcher in Energy Economics at Durham University, UK. His research interests lie at the intersection of Energy Economics and Computer Science, modelling networks within financial markets, and the impact they have on market stability.

Latest articles from David

  • Gas Mergers Could Pressure Prices In Europe

    Published 18 March 2019 | viewed 5,662 times

    My article in November addressed both the short-run and long-term implications of the merger between PEG-Nord and PEG-TRS, in the contexts of pricing and gas…

  • Russian LNG Is About To Transform European Gas Markets

    Published 05 March 2019 | viewed 8,850 times

    Russia has long been established as a crucial component of most European natural gas import portfolios, with most imports received via pipeline through the Yamal-EuroPol…

  • Is A Natural Gas Cartel Forming?

    Published 12 February 2019 | viewed 12,584 times

    It has now been over two months since Qatar made the decision to leave OPEC, with many analysts providing informed views on Qatar’s future energy…

  • This High Profile Merger Could Impact EU Gas Markets

    Published 01 November 2018 | viewed 14,416 times

    My article last month addressed the importance of the Southern gas corridor in the contexts of pricing and market integration of European gas markets, this…

  • European Natural Gas Prices Are Set To Rise Further

    Published 01 October 2018 | viewed 15,354 times

    European natural gas pricing is amongst the highest seen in recent years, with the average September price holding a €10.71/MWh premium over the previous year.…

  • The Bullish Case For Gas In Europe

    Published 28 August 2018 | viewed 9,364 times

    European natural gas pricing is amongst the highest seen in recent years, as unseasonably high demand and the long-term ramifications of the pan-European cold snap…

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