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ENTSOG has created a dashboard to support stakeholders and policy makers to better understand and use data in relation to European gas flows, LNG, and storages.
The information presented in the dashboard is sourced from ENTSOG’s Transparency Platform and GIE’s AGSI Transparency Platform. It is presented in an aggregated form based on the gas supply corridors and risk groups as defined in the Regulation (EU) 2017/1938 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2017 concerning measures to safeguard the security of gas supply and repealing Regulation (EU) No 994/2010 (so-called SoS Regulation) to ensure coherence with the terminology most often used by participants of the European gas sector.
East gas supply – Includes:
- pipeline gas flows from Russia, Belarus, Turkey (gas originated in Russia) to the EU Members States and Ukraine.
- pipeline gas flows from Ukraine to the EU Members States (gas originated in Russian and transported via Ukraine to Europe; gas originated in Ukraine; gas of European shippers which was stored in underground facilities in Ukraine and transported back to the EU Member States).
North Sea gas supply – pipeline gas flows from Norway to the EU Member States and gas flows to the UK via IP ST. Fergus (gas originated in Norway and the United Kingdom).
North African gas supply – pipeline gas flows from Algeria (including flows via Tunisia and Morocco) and Libya to the EU Member States.
LNG gas supply – gas flows from LNG terminals in the EU to a relevant EU Member State.
Note: On page “Overview of physical gas flows to Europe”, flows from 6 LNG terminals in Spain are presented as one aggregated LNG source.
LNG (UK) gas supply – gas flows from LNG terminals located in the UK to the UK.
Caspian gas supply – gas flows via TANAP and TAP pipelines (gas originated in Azerbaijan) to the EU Members States.
UK gas supply – gas flows from the UK to Belgium, the Netherlands, and Ireland.
Gas flows from Ireland, Belgium and the Netherland to the UK.
Gas flows from underground storage facilities located in the EU to the EU Member States.
Gas flows from the EU Members States to Serbia, Russia, Ukraine, and North Macedonia.
Country (or source)
CAP = capacity = highest observed value of last month on ENTSOG TP
GWh/d = Gigawatt hour per day
LNG = Liquified Natural Gas
TWh = Terawatt hour
SoS = Security of Supply