L-gas markets: Goodbye Groningen

Published at 13:03 12 May 2017 by . Last edited 14:56 12 May 2017.

The Groningen field in the Netherlands has long been Europe’s most prolific gas field, feeding a low-calorie gas (L-gas) network that includes all residential and commercial demand in the Netherlands, as well as areas of Belgium, northwest Germany, and northern France. In 2014 after local resident..

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