French Storengy Looks To Tap Into LNG With Flexible Tools

As Europe prepares to absorb more LNG from around the globe and traditional natural gas storage charges – based on the summer-winter spread – provide less of an incentive to hold volume back in reserve for high-demand period, operators are increasingly looking at new ways to reach a wider customer-base.

In France, storage operator Storengy has created new tools to entice shippers to utilise their capacity. ICIS explains how.

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