Norwegian gas supply misses the mark in October
Norwegian gas supply came in at 10.3% below the official forecast in October, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate reported on November 22, averaging 316.1mn m3/day.
Output was up 4.2% month/month, but down 8.2% year/year, the NPD said. Looking ahead to this month, the Aasgard B gas processing platform was closed on November 13 following a fire, curbing output by 19.8mn m3/d.
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Norwegian liquids supply came to 1.95mn barrels/day in October, 7.3% below the forecast, up 6.4% m/m and down 4% yr/yr.