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Europe gas prices long-term outlook H1 2019

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31 July 2019

Europe gas prices long-term outlook H1 2019

Report summary

Our latest H1 2019 outlook for European gas prices across key hubs. European gas prices covered are: TTF (Netherlands), NBP (UK), Zeebrugge (Belgium), PEG (France), GasPool (Germany), PSV (Italy), VTP (Austria), and PVB (Spain). We also provide an assessment of Ukraine's import border price. Data is accessible through the Excel file in the downloads section. As LNG continues to flood the European market, storage build, coal-to-gas switching and flexible pipeline suppliers are coalescing to accommodate new supply. But the market is finely balanced and will continue to be so through 2020. A subsequent retreat of the global gas oversupply will be short-lived as LNG project sanctions continue to build - bringing with it a second oversupply in the mid-2020s. Europe will once again play the key role in bringing the global market into balance.

Table of contents

  • Ukraine-TTF

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

  • NBP-TTF seasonal and annual differential
  • ZEE-TTF annual differential
  • PEG-TTF annual differential
  • GASPOOL-TTF annual differential
  • PSV-TTF annual differential
  • VTP-TTF differential
  • PVB-TTF differential
  • Ukraine-TTF differential
  • Total traded volumes
  • Average churn rates
  • Price formation of gas into Europe 2005-2018

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