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Start-up delay at Entry SEGAL pipeline cuts within-day natural gas volumes Tuesday

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Within-day volumes cut by 13.7 million cu m/d

No day-ahead impact foreseen

A delayed startup after maintenance has cut within-day volumes of natural gas at the Entry SEGAL Pipeline System by 13.7 million cu m/d, Norwegian transmission system operator Gassco said Tuesday.

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The event was first notified to the market Monday evening at 18.01 CET (17.01 GMT), when the day-ahead impact was put at 11 million cu m/d.

Expected duration of the delay is put at 12 to 24 hours, with no day-ahead volume impact as yet.

The Entry SEGAL Pipeline System moves gas to the St Fergus receiving terminal in Scotland.

Flows into the UK were running at 117 million cu m/d as at 08.21 GMT.

--Henry Edwardes-Evans, henry.edwardes-evans@spglobal.com
--Edited by Pankti Mehta, pankti.mehta@spglobal.com