Increase in volume of traded natural gas across European hubs boosts liquidity

The volume of natural gas traded during the first quarter of 2018 increased in the major European markets compared with the same period a year before, with a rise in curve activity boosting liquidity.

A relatively mild fourth quarter of 2017 and muted consumption during early January was followed by shifting weather models, which pushed up trade as market participants readjusted positions.

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