UK most susceptible to gas crunchBergermeer gas storage, Netherlands. From: TAQA

UK most susceptible to gas crunch

Of four North Sea countries, the UK is the most likely to feel the effects of a gas supply crunch in the light of limited storage capacity, rocketing prices and reliance on import.

As Bloomberg Energy expert Javier Blas showed on Twitter last week, both the UK and Dutch gas benchmarks closed at all-time highs. Combined with the fact that due to the cold spring many gas storage sites have not been filled to levels as expected – in the Netherlands, the degree to which the main gas […]

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