Tag: Gas storage

  • UK Storage encounters a Rough patch

    By: Chris N Le Fevre

    On April 12 Centrica Storage announced the suspension of injections at the Rough gas storage facility until at least May 2018. Whilst the market had to some extent been pre-warned of the problems the relatively muted response was, nevertheless, surprising. Does this reaction signal a declining role for long range storage or is the market […]

  • Gas Storage in Great Britain

    By: Chris N Le Fevre

    During the last decade any discussion of Great Britain’s natural gas security of supply has touched on the issue of the adequacy, or otherwise, of underground storage capacity.  Simplistic comparisons with neighbouring continental European national gas markets are questionable due to the differing pace of market liberalisation, changing demand and supply patterns and the availability […]

  • The Impact of Import Dependency and Wind Generation on UK Gas Demand and Security of Supply to 2025

    By: Howard Rogers

    This paper by Howard Rogers challenges the assumption of UK government policy papers and projections that, as a result of substantial increases in renewable and other low carbon generation capacity, the role of gas in the will decline rapidly over the next decade and beyond. The study suggests that gas will retain a central and […]

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