Low hydroelectric output and a lack of pipeline gas from Algeria have prompted Spain to ramp up its LNG imports. And observers expect the trend to continue over the winter.
Spanish LNG demand hit 7.88 mt in H1 2017, up from 6.35 mt in H1 2016, according to Cores. Growth was stronger in Q3, with demand up 54.5% year on year, according to LNG expert Andy Flower.
Data from Cores shows LNG made up an increasing share of Spanish supply in the first half of this...
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