Gas

Areas of German L Gas pipeline networks due for conversion to H gas
Energy, Europe, Gas, Northern Europe, Pipeline Gas Journal

The Great German Gas Switch-Over

Germany is at the beginning of a 7 billion euro gas infrastructure project to switch 30% of its gas customers from low-calorie Group L to  high calorie Group H natural gas.  For technical reasons, and under weights-and-measures regulations, the two gas qualities have to be transported in separate systems within defined ranges, and customers cannot switch […]

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Energy Trading, Gas, Pipeline Gas Journal

EU Gas Trading in Transition

 Gas imports of 345 Bcm valued at 17 billion euros were traded across Europe during the first nine months of 2017. Russia remained the E.U.’s top supplier of natural gas, increasing its market share to 44%, followed by Norway at 33%. A new trend is the rise in LNG (Liquid […]

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Daily Telegraph, Energy World, Gas, Innovation, Pipelines

Britain’s gas mains replacement programme

Much of the  UK’s original  250,000 kilometre-long gas pipeline network consists of iron pipes and “ is over a hundred years old,” states Jonathan Callighan, Construction and Procurement Director of Cadent Gas, the largest regional gas distributor in the country. Pipeline age, risk and safety lie at the heart of […]

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Energy, Energy Trading, Eniday, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Oil

The market in strategic commodities

Commodities underpin our way of life… They are the raw materials of our food, clothing, mobility, heating, medicines and entertainment, and crude oil is the most traded commodity in the world. It is a vital constituent of gasoline for cars, kerosene for jet fuel, feedstock for chemicals, plastics and pharmaceuticals as well as consumer […]

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Energy, Energy Trading, Flame Conference, Gas

EU Gas Trading in Transition: Gas Hubs & Pricing

In the first of two articles discussing the transition of EU gas trading, Nicholas Newman examines the contribution virtual gas hubs have made towards creating a fully-integrated European energy market. Europe is the world’s second largest gas consuming region after the United States. With declining domestic output from the region’s […]