Germany looks set to meet its gas storage target well ahead of winter, and some are optimistic the country can muddle through peak demand when the weather turns cold. But others fear sharp drawdowns from November could result in shortages – and price volatility - particularly if Russia were to permanently halt flows through the Nord Stream pipeline. Listen to a discussion on how the country’s central buyer, the Trading Hub Europe, could bring volumes to the market and the impact on prices.
Host: Richard Sverrisson, Editor-in-Chief, Montel
Guests: Bjørn Inge Vik, Gas Analyst, Volue
Henning Gloystein, Director - Energy, Climate and Resources, Eurasia Group