Libyan pipeline gas to Europe offsets Algerian decline

North African pipeline exports to Europe rose by 0.3% week on week in Week 42 as Libyan exports more than compensated for a decline in Algerian gas volumes North African pipeline exports to Europe rose by 0.3% week on week in Week 42 as Libyan exports more than compensated for a decline in Algerian gas volumes.
By Verity Ratcliffe 24 October 2017 0 28087
North African pipeline imports into Europe. Source: Enagas, Snam Rete Gas, Interfax

North African pipeline exports to Europe rose by 0.3% week on week in Week 42, to 865.4 million cubic metres (MMcm), as Libyan exports more than compensated for a decline in Algerian gas volumes. GreenStream deliveries of Libyan gas to Italy rose by 5.5%, to 108.3 MMcm. Deliveries to Spain from Algeria via the Maghreb-Europe pipeline fell by 0.8%, to 201.3 MMcm, while Medgaz pipeline volumes fell by 0.2% to 142.8 MMcm. Algerian gas flows to Italy via the Trans-Med pipeline fell by 0.2%, to...

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