Wednesday, 1 December 2010

French LNG Gas Injections...

French liquefied natural gas injections in the week ending Sunday rose by
26.2% year on year to 4,235.1 GWh, as gas demand surged on the back of
freezing temperatures, the latest data from gas grid operator GRTgaz showed

LNG injections into the grid were boosted by a rise in gas sendouts from the
Mediterranean Fos Tonkin and Fos Cavaou terminals, where combined flows rose
by 46.8% on the year to 3,065.9 GWh.

At the Montoir de Bretagne facility, on the Atlantic coast, flows fell by
7.7% to 1,169.1 GWh.

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