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Norway Gas Maintenance: Outages To Rise to 101.7mcm/d Next Week

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Norwegian natural gas supplies were up at 337.1mcm/d today, while spring maintenance from late next week will further curtail supplies, Gassco data showed.

  • Unavailable capacity is currently scheduled to rise to 101.7mcm/d and to peak at 171.91mcm/d on 21 May.
  • The Dvalin field will have 9mcm/d of unavailable capacity from 23 April until 9 May. Additional works are scheduled to take place in the first half of May.
  • The Nyhamna processing facility will have a reduced capacity of 35.8mcm/d from 24 April until 1 May.
  • The Karsto processing facility will have a reduced capacity of 12.1mcm on 17-20 April, 22-24 April, 26-28 April and on 30 April until 3 May.
  • The Kollsnes processing facility will reduce output by 42mcm/d from 27 April until 10 May.
  • The Sleipner field will have reduced output of 5.4mcm/d for three days starting 23 April.
  • The Troll field will undergo maintenance on 27 April until 2 May, reducing capacity by 43mcm/d.
  • The Aasta Hansteen field has scheduled works on 24-26 April, limiting output by 24.4mcm/d, on 26 April until 1 May limiting capacity by 23.8mcm/d and 24.4mcm/d.
  • The Gulfaks field will reduce output by 5.3mcm/d on 18-20 April.
  • The Sleipner field will have an unavailable capacity of 5.4mcm/d for three days starting 23 April.
  • The Ormen Lange field will reduce output by 5.7mcm/d on 17-20 April amid unplanned works and by 12mcm/d on 25-26 April.
  • The Oseberg field will cut production by 25.5mcm/d on 25-26 April.
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Norwegian natural gas supplies were up at 337.1mcm/d today, while spring maintenance from late next week will further curtail supplies, Gassco data showed.

  • Unavailable capacity is currently scheduled to rise to 101.7mcm/d and to peak at 171.91mcm/d on 21 May.
  • The Dvalin field will have 9mcm/d of unavailable capacity from 23 April until 9 May. Additional works are scheduled to take place in the first half of May.
  • The Nyhamna processing facility will have a reduced capacity of 35.8mcm/d from 24 April until 1 May.
  • The Karsto processing facility will have a reduced capacity of 12.1mcm on 17-20 April, 22-24 April, 26-28 April and on 30 April until 3 May.
  • The Kollsnes processing facility will reduce output by 42mcm/d from 27 April until 10 May.
  • The Sleipner field will have reduced output of 5.4mcm/d for three days starting 23 April.
  • The Troll field will undergo maintenance on 27 April until 2 May, reducing capacity by 43mcm/d.
  • The Aasta Hansteen field has scheduled works on 24-26 April, limiting output by 24.4mcm/d, on 26 April until 1 May limiting capacity by 23.8mcm/d and 24.4mcm/d.
  • The Gulfaks field will reduce output by 5.3mcm/d on 18-20 April.
  • The Sleipner field will have an unavailable capacity of 5.4mcm/d for three days starting 23 April.
  • The Ormen Lange field will reduce output by 5.7mcm/d on 17-20 April amid unplanned works and by 12mcm/d on 25-26 April.
  • The Oseberg field will cut production by 25.5mcm/d on 25-26 April.