Since 2010, FEEM organises an annual closed-door brainstorming workshop
gathering leading international experts from the academia, international
organizations and the industry, to discuss mid- to long-term challenges
and opportunities for European gas markets. In their 2017 edition, FEEM
‘Gas Talks’ focused on five issues: i) The impact of Trump on
international and European gas markets; ii) The future of European gas
demand and competitiveness in light of renewable and energy efficiency
trends; iii) Russia’s evolving gas export strategy, between Nord Stream 2
and Turk Stream; iv) Changing dynamic in global LNG markets; v) Latest
supply developments in the Mediterranean, from Algeria to the Levant
Basin. This Workshop Brief provides a reflected summary of these
discussions, with the aim of contributing to the current scholarly and
policy debates on the future of international and European gas markets.