Dutch-owned Gasunie at Heart of ‘Magic Gas Roundabout’

August 2016, Vol. 243, No. 8

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor

Gasunie, the Dutch state-owned gas infrastructure company worth more than 10 billion euros, lies at the heart of Northwest Europe’s gas transmission network. The system consists of a gas transmission grid in the Netherlands and parts of northern Germany. Its interconnected pipeline network links customers in northwestern Europe with gas fields in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands Norway and Russia. Gasunie’s LNG terminal in the Rotterdam port provides an entry-point for worldwide gas supplies to Europe. In addition to its transmission and distribution services, the company stores and trades natural and green gas. Where Gasunie…

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