* Norway gas exports total 276 mcm/d
* Supplies to Britain rise by 11 mcm/d
OSLO, May 6 (Reuters) - Norwegian pipeline gas exports rose
on Monday morning on higher flows to Britain, partly offset by a
small drop to France and Belgium, data from gas system operator
a rate of 276 million cubic metres (mcm) per day by 0755 GMT
compared to the daily average of 268 mcm last Friday.
Supplies to Britain firmed by 11 mcm to 56 mcm, but flows
through the Langeled pipeline were running at a half of its 72
Deliveries to UK were cut last week due to an outage at
Heimdal riser platform preventing gas flows from the Oseberg
field to St. Fergus terminal via the Vesterled pipeline.
Supplies to France eased by 3 mcm to 45 mcm, and those to
Belgium slipped by 2 mcm to 36 mcm on Monday.
Combined deliveries to Germany and the Netherlands inched up
by 2 mcm to 139 mcm.
The export figures for Norway are based on gas fed into the
system at a certain time and calculated to a daily average.
Volumes can vary throughout the day as producers adjust the
amount of gas they pump.
Following is a summary of spot price settlements at European
gas trading hubs:
Gas hub May 2 May 3
NBP 26.1/64.2 26.0/64.2
TTF 26.4 26.5
NCG 26.8 26.9
Gaspool 26.8 26.8
Zeebrugge 26.4 26.4
Peg Nord 26.9 27.0
Peg Sud 29.5 29.5
Oil-indexed price 37.16/91.85 37.16/91.85
NOTE: Prices are in euros per megawatt-hour, except for NBP and
oil-indexed prices, which are also given in pence per therm.
The oil-indexed price is a monthly estimate by Thomson Reuters
Point Carbon and can vary due to day-to-day currency
(Reporting by Nerijus Adomaitis; editing by Jason Neely)