Cheap German gas prices cut Dutch import incentive

The Dutch TTF’s discount to German contracts for delivery this winter has plummeted since the start of September, reducing the incentive for shippers to send gas from the Netherlands to Germany.

A loss of flexibility sources in northwest Europe and reduced German supply risk has helped push both the German NCG and GASPOOL hubs towards and below TTF prices.

ICIS looks at the impact of low Groningen gas field production, an outage at Britain’s largest storage site, and increased flows via the OPAL pipeline, on the relationship between the key Dutch and German gas markets.

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