Corporate earnings season kicks off; Groningen natural gas output recommendations expected

In this week’s highlights, the Dutch regulator is to publish its recommendation on the future of Europe's largest natural gas field; UK power capacity auctions will begin; and in the ethanol market all eyes will be on Brussels.

S&P Global Platts Desmond Wong, Managing Editor, LNG, explores these and other topics that may impact Europe's commodity markets this week:

* Corporate earnings season kicks off
* Baltic diesel in rare move to Africa
* Groningen output recommendations expected
* Year-ahead UK power capacity auction opens
* Ethanol market focuses on trade talks
* Shipowners seek solace in Amsterdam
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