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Groningen production cap reduction: implications for 2015 and beyond


Groningen production cap reduction: implications for 2015 and beyond

Report summary

The Groningen production cap for the first half of 2015 has been restricted to 16.5 bcm and we now believe that output will be only 33 bcm this year. Revenues for both the state and for the operator will fall. Additional gas purchases of over 5 bcm are now required to satisfy Dutch demand plus its export commitments in 2015. Despite this reduction, we see the risk of European spot prices falling below US$7/mmbtu in Q4 2015. Longer-term we have reduced our outlook for Groningen output. 


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  • Executive Summary
  • Groningen production cap for 2015 has been reduced once more
  • 2015 annual production unlikely to reach revised cap
    • Dutch gas-supply demand balance 2015
  • State and operator revenue impact
    • Groningen production outlook (2012 to 2030)

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  • Executive Summary
  • Groningen production cap for 2015 has been reduced once more
  • 2015 annual production unlikely to reach revised cap
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  • State and operator revenue impact
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