by Sensix Teamabout 1 month ago
This autumn is about saving energy. Especially now when the Russian invasion of Ukraine highly impacted the energy and food markets. Gas supply and demand cycles are impacted by economic activity, but also by weather. The winter season in 2020-2021 was unusually cold in Europe and freezing weather in Texas didn’t help it either. This led to concern about the resilience of energy infrastructure to extreme weather events, but it also resulted in a reduction of US LNG cargoes usually departing at this period for Europe to cater for heightened heating demand. The situation further worsened as the year progressed, with summer heat waves across Europe and the United States leading to a surge in demand for air conditioning.
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