Tuesday, 14 June 2011

U.K. Gas Advances as Maintenance Curbs Supply, LNG Flows Fall

U.K. natural gas rose as North Sea maintenance limited supply and flows from the nation’s liquefied natural gas terminals declined.

National Grid Plc forecast gas demand in the 24 hours through 6 a.m. tomorrow at 207 million cubic meters, 40 million less than normal for the season, according to the pipeline manager’s website. The nation’s pipelines will hold 325 million cubic meters of the fuel at that time, 15 million less than at the start of today.

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