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Norwegian natural gas flows reduced due to process problems: Gassco


Within day reduced availability of 7.1 mil cu m

Fields feeding into SEGAL pipeline system affected

Current flows to UK and Continent 290 mil cu m

Process problems at Norwegian natural gas fields that deliver into the SEGAL gas pipeline system were reducing within-day availability by 7.1 million cu m/d Friday, Gassco said.

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The unplanned outage was expected to last for 12-18 hours as of Thursday afternoon, when the outage was first announced but no details were given, Gassco said on its website.

However, on Friday Gassco announced a day-ahead volume reduction for Saturday of 1.8 million cu m, suggesting that the outage may last longer than previously expected.

At 0926 GMT, Norwegian gas flows to the UK and Continent were 290 million cu m/d.

--Benjamin Brooks,
--Edited by Jonathan Dart,

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