European LNG market monitor – June 2023

The start-up of four FSRUs in Germany (Wilhelmshaven, Brunsbüttel, Lubmin) and the Netherlands (Eemshaven) has led to significantly increased LNG import capacity and imported volumes compared to the summer of 2022. As a consequence, there is no more price premium in the natural gas spot market of the THE and TTF market areas (vis-à-vis NBP, PEG). The operators of large-scale onshore LNG import terminals (with few exceptions) offer various services in the area of small-scale LNG, especially the loading of trucks and smaller ships. In 2021 a record quantity of 4.5 million m3 LNG (approx. 2.6 bcm of gas) was […]

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