Interactive: Norwegian exports to lead change in winter gas flow patterns

The start of winter often brings a change in European gas flow profiles as the market adjusts to rising weather-driven gas demand, as well as the end of the storage injection cycle and summer maintenance schedules.

ICIS looks at how some of the key European import and cross-border gas supply patterns are likely to change when the new gas winter begins on 1 October.

Gas flows from Norway are likely to ramp up, while supply from Europe’s other main supplier, Russia, could dip as we head into October, a key shoulder month in the gas calendar.

Complete your details to access the market highlight now

All fields are required

Hello ! (Not you?)

We want to keep you up-to-date with what’s happening at ICIS* and tell you about our latest products and other services. We may email you about information we think you’ll be interested in, including selected articles and reminders about forthcoming events. If you do not wish to receive such information please tick the box to opt out of these emails

*ICIS is a trade name of Reed Business Information Limited. By registering your details, you understand that your personal data will be handled according to our Privacy Policy.