Europe gas supply: 2016 in review

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30 January 2017

Europe gas supply: 2016 in review

Report summary

Market fundamentals in Europe tightened in 2016. Gas demand increased by 29 bcm year-on-year, supported by coal retirals in the UK, high coal prices, nuclear outages in France, and cold weather towards the end of the year. With indigenous production and LNG imports remaining relatively flat, Algeria and Russia were able to boost pipeline exports to Europe. In particular, pipeline imports from Russia reached a record-high in 2016 totalling 171 bcm, 11% up from 2015 levels, and representing around 35% of European demand.

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