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Play by the rules Gazprom - IEA

Friday, June 21, 2013 - 03:56

June 21 - The IEA warns Gazprom and Europe to play by the rules over gas exports and says a global LNG supply shortage will reverse in 2015.

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The International Energy Agency predicts that shortage of liquefied natural gas will persist for a couple of more years and at least they really out to 2015. -- now is CIA executive director Larry abundant even -- T think that these -- shortage of talent she will. Help gospel just -- that's. Pipeline gas crisis in Asia. While the suspect gases there. However you look at that -- assessment gusts there -- I think it's sinful about that is enough gas on the markets so if there is a pipeline. From Russia to China that will be of help but at this moment the pipeline isn't there yet. So what we can see -- France's CA United States. A gas coming to the markets in the curious finding out the out and preparing preparing things them. We conceals other and other gas coming to the -- from Australia and Angola. On its would be a great thing if Russia would do that this well what is -- come. -- stepped on the. We'll see gas from gave some discounts to European -- customizations -- thing did that have weakened us as we can speaks. -- bargaining. Position in nature. I don't think so. Because you know that it's not a a gas market now three regional gas markets -- this week. Different pricing mechanisms United States' war all us isolate -- -- that you have to have a hybrid hype it's the pricing mechanisms with the or indexation of a long time conflict -- bookmarks and then this Far East it's only more than fixation on them as high prices. So I think bouts and also in the news in the Far -- there will be. Spot market elements in future because they're going to develop their own gas market selling gas doubtful months and they think it's important that's. Gusts from shows about it knows what's going on and sometimes you have to renegotiate the that's part of the deal. Com Tuesday. An -- standoff between gas from the European union Pacific gas regulation teaching that may coolest and all the -- war or otherwise. -- -- -- -- If you want to answer markets you have to play according to -- with -- markets. If European companies. Once it ends of the Russian markets to have to may have called it couldn't hit. And of course those cells thought to axes there on those things like that in the European market and I hope -- this kind of agreements will come to an end up that's up to them. But that means that gas from Cannes again new news they have enough time because they have -- -- save candy. Say OK move in to leave if we didn't come to an agreement I don't think that's in Russians and I gas comes in to best nothing good businesses well. -- haven't talked about it and come through negotiate through to come to organize itself by negotiating but doesn't mention before. If you want to play a game on the mock you want to get into a market. You have to act according to the rules but at the I. Consensus something out this is one thing. But we do not we doughnuts half -- -- -- shoes to step in the that's not our job. And -- concerns of that of the girls who always. -- -- -- -- analysis. To come to recommendations to our member countries unto others. And that's what we did this morning in and launching a -- reports. And that of my last question and it's moving away from gas -- I can send abouts further decrease in uranium kudos -- its. We'll be conceit is that there is seen it changeup then of governments and Iran so let's see what's what's they'll be next. And so we are monitoring it very closely of course that's what we are doing but it's up to others to decide on these kind of issues.

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Play by the rules Gazprom - IEA

Friday, June 21, 2013 - 03:56