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February 2017, Vol. 244, No. 2

Pipeline Gas, LNG Will Compete for European Demand Europe is set to retain numerous gas supply options throughout 2017 as traditional pipeline suppliers continue their market-share offensive and LNG imports rally from their unexpected lows in 2016. With European demand – especially in the power sector – likely to continue its recovery from the past two years, focus will again be placed on declining domestic gas production and the need for increased imports. European Union gas demand is expected to have increased by 6% in 2016 to almost 16 Tcf, according to industry group Eurogas,…

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