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ACER: CEE still has weak or no hub dynamics with Hungary as an exception

ACER’s Annual Report finds that the supply of gas to EU markets underwent a substantial shift, impacting prices and hub liquidity. CEE and SSE regions still have weak or no hub dynamics. However, otable positive developments were observed in Hungary, mentioned as an emerging hub.

Update on global gas and LNG prices in 2020: how has it coped with recent market dynamics?

Mahdjouba Belaifa, Head of Gas Market Analysis Department at the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) and Sandy Singh, Research Assistant in the Gas Market Analysis Department, examine how natural gas and LNG prices reacted to an oversupplied LNG market, combined with the COVID-19.

PGNiG receives first LNG supply in Klaipėda

PGNiG has received the first supply of LNG delivered by the sea at the LNG reloading station located in Klaipėda, where PGNiG is the sole user.
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