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Gas Mid-Day Summary: TTF Holds Onto Losses Amid Norwegian Supplies


TTF front month is trading lower today amid improved natural gas pipeline supplies from Norway, but prices remain volatile to supply disruptions.

  • TTF front month eased back up from an intra-day low of €25.555/MWh.
  • TTF AUG 23 down -1.2% at 26.75€/MWh
  • TTF WIN 23 up 1.2% at 48.07€/MWh
  • Norwegian gas flows to the UK and Northwest European terminal were at 335.5mcm/d today. The unplanned outage at the Aasta Hansteen field has been extended by one day until 20 July, marginally curbing output by 5.8mcm/d.
  • European gas stocks remain just below the top-range of the five-year average at 82.09% of capacity on 17 July, compared with the 2018-2022 average of 67.02%. Net gas storage injections stood the past three consecutive days above the five-year average after a prolonged period of below norm injection.
  • Spain’s El Musel LNG Terminal will receive its first commercial cargo in early August.
  • US LNG exports are currently more profitable to Asia in September and October, to Europe in November.
  • JKM-TTF Aug 23 up 0.7$/mmbtu at 2.19$/mmbtu

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