Serving the energy industry

The MJMEnergy team of energy consultants delivers professional consultancy, training and publishing services to the energy industry across the world. Our particular focus is on the commercial, technical and regulatory aspects of the energy market. Our industry expertise has accumulated from many years of practical involvement covering gas, electricity, LNG, oil and emissions markets in over 50 countries.

Energy Consultancy

Experienced staff and associates provide high quality and accurate global energy consultancy where it is needed and in a timely fashion. We work in both established energy markets and emerging energy markets; bringing our experience of one to benefit the other. Key areas of expertise include network codes and transportation arrangements, LNG contracts and terminal use agreements, gas storage projects, gas pipeline projects, market analysis, market monitoring, liberalisation and regulation.

Energy Training

We provide relevant, up-to-date, interactive, and effective energy training courses to public, in-house and online settings at our place or yours. Professional training is designed for all levels of expertise and covers a vast range of energy disciplines. These include gas markets training and electricity markets training in UK, Europe and Worldwide. Our training also covers: LNG, Oil, Gas, Electricity, Carbon Trading, Power Generation as well as the Uniform Network Code.

Energy Publishing

Drawing on the experience of our consultants, trainers and associates we provide highly comprehensive and valued energy reports to assist and serve the global energy industry.
Our latest publication: The MJMEnergy LNG Supply Handbook, 2015-2035, published in June 2015, is available to order now. Find out more.

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mzine latest articles more articles...
COP21. Good COP or Bad COP?
After more than two decades of political debate the Worlds leaders came together and agreed a plan to contain and reduce the causes of rising global temperatures whilst continuing to develop and maintain growing economies.
Has Canada Missed the LNG Boat?
Canada has around 2tcm of conventional gas reserves and an estimated unconventional gas reserve of 16.2tcm (EIA 2013), which is more than sufficient for large-scale LNG investment.
Will Iran Join the Ranks of Global LNG Suppliers?
Is it too late for Iran to join the ranks of global LNG suppliers, in a world where LNG may not be so much in demand?
energy events
upcoming training courses
    UK Gas Markets
    02 Mar 2016 (1 day)
    UK Electricity
    03 Mar 2016 (1 day)
    Global LNG Market
    20 Apr 2016 (1 day)
    EU Gas Markets
    09 May 2016 (2 days)
    EU Electricity Markets
    18 May 2016 (2 days)
latest...Wednesday 10 February, 2016
other news
New Reports are now available!
Reports published by Cedigaz now
available from MJMEnergy.
Reports include:
LNG in Transportation
Underground Gas Storage.