Back in June we published a Map Of The European Natural Gas Network that gives a very high-level overview of the entire network from 2014. While a great map, it’s now a little out-of-date and doesn’t really offer a lot in terms of detail.
The map above, on the other hand, is an incredibly detailed, up-to-date map of the European natural gas network in 2017. You can click on the image above to see the full resolution version.
To give you an idea of the data it contains here’s the key:
So you can find out things such as:
- Trading Points / Market Areas
- Cross-border interconnection point within Europe (operating, under construction or planned)
- Cross-border interconnection point with third country (import/export) (operating, under construction or planned)
- LNG Terminals’ entry point intro transmission system (operating, under construction or planned)
- LNG Export Terminal (operating, under construction or planned)
- Small scale LNG liquefaction plant (operating, under construction or planned)
- Intra-country or intra balancing zone points
- Third country cross-border interconnection point
- Transport by pipeline (under 24″, 24″ to 36″, 36″ and over)
- LNG tanker routes
- Gas Reserve areas (including drilling platforms and gas fields)
- Gas storage facilities (LNG Peak Shaving, Aquifer, Salt cavity – cavern, Depleted (Gas) field on shore / offshore)
- ENTSOG Member Countries
- ENTSOG Associated Partner
- ENTSOG Observers
- Other Countries
You can find out more about 2017 gas prices here.
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