Supplies from Moscow collapsed so much that in June we imported more from the United States for the first time. Nord Stream will be completely out of service soon. Meanwhile, the arrival of LNG is slowing, the strike slashes exports from Norway and there are concerns about flows from North Africa.
by Sissy Bellomo
Less and less gas is arriving in Europe, not only from Russia – where Nord Stream will be completely shut down for maintenance within a week – but also from several other major suppliers of the continent, starting with Norway where a strike began on Tuesday threatening to cut fuel exports by 13% .
Meanwhile, the arrival of LNG is also slowing (including shipments from the United States, after the explosion at the Freeport terminal) and it is feared that they will decline further soon…