We help our clients understand the drivers behind the market and form a view on the direction it is taking. Argus Global Gas Markets provides in-depth news and analysis of key issues affecting the gas markets, including supply/demand, investment, regulation and policy. It features a regular overview of key price trends in regional pipeline markets, global LNG trade and related commodity markets such as crude oil, coal and emissions.

The gas market has become increasingly global over the past few years. The effects of developments in one continent reverberate around the globe more deeply and quickly than previously, so it has become crucial for market participants to closely monitor developments even in regions they do not directly operate in. Argus Global Gas Markets helps our clients to keep informed about the key market trends across Europe, Asia, the Americas and beyond.

Our analysis-led approach will address the most important topics in the market, providing a clear view on their impact on fundamentals, the interaction between global LNG and regional pipeline markets, and their significance for market evolution in the medium and long term. A focus on broader contextualisation makes our content more easily accessible for our sophisticated and information-hungry, but time-poor, readers.

Argus Global Gas Markets provides a wealth of fundamentals data and draws heavily on data visualisation to help customers quickly grasp key trends in prices and fundamentals. The report includes an overview of key global price developments, as well as comprehensive data on global LNG trade flows, power generation economics and related markets. Its regional sections provide deeper analysis of area-specific price trends, supply composition and demand evolution by sector.

Key features

Argus Global Gas Markets delivers twice-monthly analysis, features and news stories, built on decades of experience covering European natural gas, global LNG and related markets.


A twice-monthly PDF accompanied by quantitative data in electronic format. All the data, analysis and market intelligence can be accessed through the Argus Direct platform and by email.


Key market commentaries

Identifies the topics that have the greatest potential to impact market evolution and examines the drivers and implications of such developments.


Global generation economics

Overview of natural gas’ profitability as a power generation fuel in several key global market using data visualization and Argus’ vast price assessment portfolio.


Forward curves

Snapshots of the shape of the forward curves for global natural gas benchmarks, as well as crude oil.



A single service that allows readers who are short on time to be able to keep track of key global price developments and their interdependence.

Customers that benefit

Argus Global Gas Markets benefits a vast pool of international clients seeking informed views on gas market evolution to make commercial decisions and plan investments.
  • Energy market traders, analysts, risk managers and procurement teams

    Natural gas traders and procurement teams, as well as risk managers and analysts who support them, will find Argus Global Gas Markets useful to build, update and challenge their fundamentals-driven models and scenarios, take positions in the market and adjust commercial strategies.

  • Gas infrastructure operators

    Operators of pipeline networks, LNG terminals and storage facilities, who are typically not directly involved in trading but have a vested interest in maximising the utilisation of their facilities, as well as making strategic investment decisions to expand or upgrade them.
  • Financial services

    Banks, fund managers and other investment teams focused on energy and related commodities, who require information to support their clients, as well as challenge in-house assumptions on market evolution to support hedging, risk management and planning.

  • Government agencies, regulators

    Gas specialists seeking to understand how the global gas and LNG markets may evolve in terms of supply and demand, policy, regulation and investments to aid market tracking and their own policy development.