End of the losing streak?

Published at 16:09 10 Jun 2019 by

The fall in European gas prices came to an abrupt end in the tail of last week, with prices rising on a slowing in LNG sendout and pipeline flows. However, the market balance actually got looser. With the y/y storage surplus growing to 24.5 bcm on 8 June, from 23.8 bcm a week earlier, it seems prema…

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