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HORIZON: Groningen Set to Offer Little Relief to Gas-Short Europe

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European gas traders are not expecting the Dutch government to raise the production quota for the Groningen field to ease market tightness that has pushed day-ahead prices in Northwest Europe above $20 per million Btu.

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Gas Supply, Gas Prices
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