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Recognizing this urgency, a rapidly growing number of national government, local government and business leaders are making commitments to reach net-zero emissions within their jurisdictions or businesses. To date, over 80 countries have communicated such “net-zero targets,” including the world’s largest emitters (China, the United States, the European Union and India). On top of that, hundreds more regions, cities and businesses have set targets of their own.
We start with a review of short-term issues in the oil, gas and electricity markets. Bassam Fattouh and Andreas Economou consider the outlook for oil demand over the next 12 months and discuss the ability of OPEC+ producers to manage a gradual increase in production to balance the market, even as demand growth is expected to soften. Their conclusion is that the oil price will remain within a $70-90 per barrel range, while refilling depleted storage will be a key issue. Price volatility, in light of considerable uncertainty about both supply and demand, as well as political responses to high prices will remain dominant issues in 2022. Anupama Sen, David Robinson and Rahmat Poudineh then discuss government responses to current electricity price volatility, using the UK and Spain as examples of different responses to providing protection for low-income consumers. They see the issue becoming increasingly relevant as the energy transition progresses and suggest that government intervention could become less and less effective unless energy policy is well designed. In a somewhat similar vein, Mike Fulwood and Jack Sharples consider the outlook for gas prices and supply to Europe and the implications for the global LNG market. Replenishing European storage will be a critical issue in 2022, with LNG supply, Asian demand and pipeline exports from Russia being key drivers to watch.