* Norway gas exports total 277 mcm/d
* Supplies to Britain gain by 21 mcm/d
* Norpipe deliveries to Germany shut
OSLO, April 24 (Reuters) - Norwegian pipeline gas exports
rose to Britain on Wednesday morning as more gas was rerouted
from the continent after deliveries to Germany through the
Norpipe pipeline were stopped.
million cubic metres (mcm) per day by 0634 GMT, little changed
from an average 280 mcm on Tuesday, data from gas system
operator Gassco showed.
Exports to Britain, Europe's most traded gas market, rose by
21 mcm to 100 mcm, while combined deliveries to the Netherlands
and Germany fell by 17 mcm to 113 mcm.
Flows through Norpipe pipeline transporting gas from the
Ekofisk field to a receiving terminal in Emden fell to zero from
about 19 mcm after 0300 GMT.
Gassco did not provide explanation for the drop.
Supplies to France slipped by 6 mcm to 27 mcm, and those to
Belgium were stable at 37 mcm.
The export figures 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
Following is a summary of spot price settlements at European
gas trading hubs:
Gas hub April 22 April 23
NBP 25.8/64.6 25.7/64.2
TTF 26.6 26.6
NCG 27.2 26.9
Gaspool 26.8 26.4
Zeebrugge 25.8 25.9
Peg Nord 27.6 27.0
Peg Sud 28.3 27.0
Oil-indexed price 37.16/91.85 37.16/91.85
NOTE: Prices are in euros per megawatt-hours, 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 Alison Birrane)