Grid predicts easier gas supply for winter

Milne, Roger
October 2007
Utility Week;10/5/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 24, p47
Trade Publication
The article focuses on prediction by the National Grid on gas supply for the 2007 winter season. National Grid's winter outlook report said supply should be boosted by the end of the winter with the completion of new pipelines across south Wales. It is already up by more than 70 million cubic metres of gas a day on last year. The new pipes will allow liquefied natural gas to be imported through terminals nearing completion at Milford Haven.


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