Podcast: Changing transit gas flows via Belgium

Author: Alex Thackrah


A swathe of dramatic changes to infrastructure and supply in Europe’s key markets have put Belgium at the epicentre of shifting flow patterns in northwest Europe.

The start-up of northern France’s Dunkirk LNG terminal, declining technical capability at Britain’s Rough storage facility, lower Groningen production and increased demand for injections into the Netherlands’ Bergermeer facility have all reshaped gas flows through Belgium in the past year.

ICIS reporter Alex Thackrah and European Gas Markets Deputy Editor Jake Horslen discuss the factors driving the recent change in flows through Belgium and the impact on liquidity at the Zeebrugge and ZTP hubs.

Read the full article in ICIS European Gas Markets report.