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German gas burn running at record high

Strong demand for fossil fuel burn from the power sector this month, given below-average wind levels and colder weather, lifted generation from gas-fired plants to the highest monthly level on record.

read more... 16/12/2020


Balticconnector gas capacity to be reviewed weekly

The Latvian, Estonian and Finnish system operators have jointly agreed a mechanism to optimise entry capacity to Finland from the Balticonnector gas pipeline on a weekly basis.

read more... 15/12/2020


Ukraine’s Ukrtransgaz to offer annual storage capacity

Ukraine's Ukrtransgaz will offer in February gas storage capacity with guaranteed injection and withdrawal capacity for up to four storage years starting from 1 April 2021.

read more... 14/12/2020


Hungary is Ukraine's main gas re-export route

Hungary has been the main destination for gas re-exported from Ukrainian storages since the start of November.

read more... 11/12/2020


Greece becomes ‘most important hub for alternative gas’ in Southeast Europe

As the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) became operational last month, a Greek official stated that his country had become the most important hub for gas from sources other than Russia in Southeastern Europe, also thanks to its LNG terminals.

read more... 10/12/2020