UK: Longest Subsea Pipeline Increases Gas Flow

UK: Longest Subsea Pipeline Increases Gas Flow

Gas flow has increased at the longest subsea pipeline in the world before Nord Stream.

71 million m3 Langeled pipeline has seen its flow increased by 8 million m3 to 28.3 million m3.

“The increased Langeled flows are likely to be a result of re-routing of gas from Belgium and we expect lower Langeled flows from Wednesday,” analysts at Thomson Reuters Point Carbon said.

Namely, three Norway’s export pipelines have stopped the flow due to the maintenance works.

Subsea World News Staff, September 04, 2012; Image: bergpipe

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