February 2010 Vol. 237 No. 2


Customers Ask Capacity Expansions In Dutch, German Gas Transport Networks

To meet increased demand for gas transport capacity, Gasunie’s transportation grid in the Netherlands and Germany needs to be expanded urgently, the Dutch-based company reported. In the Netherlands, demand for extra capacity adds up to 7%; in Germany, the Gasunie transport system must be expanded up to 40%. Meeting this demand would probably require investments of 1-2 billion euros in total during 2011-2014. This could also trigger substantial employment in construction activity. The capacity expansion figures are based on the results of the first integrated open season, recently conducted by Gasunie’s network operators Gas Transport Services B.V. (GTS, the Netherla

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