he UK’s Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) and Shell Energy Europe have agreed a 10-year gas supply agreement for 790 million cubic metres per year starting in 2015.
The gas price will be “linked to prevailing prices in the gas market”, SSE said in a statement on Friday.
“The Shell gas agreement will not supply a particular station, but forms part of SSE’s supply portfolio,” an SSE spokesperson told Interfax on Friday.
The Shell deal, which represents around 5% of SSE's typical annual gas requirements, follows a 10-year supply agreement...
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