Playing fives

Published at 15:34 12 Apr 2017 by

A mild March and warm start to April have helped to shrink the y/y storage gap in Europe, reducing it to less than 8 bcm, which is 5 bcm lower than we expected it to be at the start of last month. As a result, gas prices eased further through March, with the D+1 contracts at both the NBP and TTF hu..

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