TTF benefits from growing liquidity among European gas hubs

Growing liquidity in the European gas market and a gradual edging away from oil and gas indexation are giving a boost to continental gas hubs – with the Dutch Title Transfer Facility emerging as the biggest beneficiary. Gillian Carr reports

Natural gas outlook

The European gas market is changing shape in a number of different ways. As European Union efforts remain underway to attempt to unify the continent's natural gas markets, trading and hedging activity by physical participants has been increasing across mainland European gas hubs. Market participants say increasing imports of liquefied natural gas and a decreased reliance on oil-indexed supply contracts are among the reasons for the uptick in liquidity, which is also generating interest from

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