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Europe indigenous gas supply long-term outlook H2 2020

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04 March 2021

Europe indigenous gas supply long-term outlook H2 2020

Report summary

European gas production continues declining through our forecast and the region’s decarbonisation efforts put further pressure on long-term prospects. But there are still bright spots across the region, offering upside in the medium term. Supportive fiscal terms, as well as further appraisal of discovered resources and increased focus on efficiency improvements, will be vital for unlocking Europe’s gas production potential.

Table of contents

  • Norway remains a key producer
  • UK fields provide near-term support, but the long-term decline is inevitable
  • Romania can boost indigenous gas production if the government can create a stable investment climate
  • Cyprus – the country’s significant resource potential needs to find a suitable commercialisation option
  • Netherlands – decline at Groningen continues
    • Low-carbon gasses
    • Unconventional supply
    • Future challenges and opportunities

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • UK Continental Shelf and gas fields
  • UK production
  • Romania gas production
  • Cyprus production
  • Low-carbon gasses
  • Europe supply by status (excluding Norway and Cyprus)

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