Throughout Europe and the rest of the world, the gas and broader energy industry is experiencing rapid change, and incumbents are being forced to reconsider their business models and product offerings.
Interview with LudgerHümbs, Head of Market Area Management and Business Development, Gascade
Located at the heart of Europe and an important hub for the European natural gas transport system, Gascade’s natural gas pipeline grid is approximately 2,4000 kilometres long and links customers and suppliers across Germany.
Contributed by: ManuelCordoba Mateos, LNG Supply, Union Fenosa Gas
The Iberian Peninsula leads the European regasification capacity with seven plants in operation, six in Spain: Barcelona, Bilbao, Cartagena, Huelva, Mugardos and Sagunto and one plant in Portugal: Sines.
The UK’s natural gas imports from Norway are forecast to increase up to 15% year on year this winter, the National Grid said in early July. In the months from October to March, the UK will likely import between 60-136 mcm per day of gas from Norway.
Contributed by: RichardMason, Innovation Project Manager, Scotia Gas Networks
It is clear that the growing Asian market will have a significant impact on Europe. In a recent speech, Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull explained that it is his vision for Australia to become the world’s number one LNG provider in the next few years.