Production from Europe’s largest onshore gas field – Groningen – was thrust into the spotlight in early January following a major gas extraction-related earthquake. The tremor has the potential to speed up the closure of the development, and hasten the Netherlands’ transition into a post-Groningen world.
ICIS looks at what the impact of reduced Groningen output could be for the Dutch TTF hub – Europe’s most liquid gas market – and how stakeholders are planning on filling the impending regional low-calorific gas supply gap.
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