How to meet Europe’s growing gas import demand

Promoted content

This article is part of our special report European gas markets.

As Europe’s domestic production of natural gas is steadily declining and demand is projected to remain stable, import requirements will rise in the coming decades.

There are only two options to meet the increasing demand for gas imports – pipeline gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG).

The shares these two options will have in Europe’s energy mix are ultimately determined by consumers, based on factors that include prices, global competition, flexibility of supply and climate considerations.

Download PDF  

Subscribe to our newsletters