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    édité le 14/11/2011 - Plus de news de "Dong Energy" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Dong Energy"

Natural gas from Russia to Europe and DONG Energy
Together with other European energy companies DONG Energy today starts receiving natural gas from Gazprom. The natural gas runs through the new pipeline in the Baltic Sea, Nord-Stream, from St. Petersburg in Russia to Lubmin in Northeast Germany.

The agreement with Gazprom is part of DONG Energy's strategy of having a geographically spread supply chain, thereby avoiding dependency on few suppliers.

Executive Vice President, Kurt Bligaard Pedersen, explains:
“Our ambition is to build a wide chain of suppliers. This means safety of supply to our markets in Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands and Sweden. The natural gas coming from Gazprom through the Nord-Stream pipeline adds to our existing agreements with suppliers and our own production of natural gas”.

Four pillars means stabile supply
The natural gas from Gazprom makes up one of four main pillars in DONG Energy’s sourcing strategy.

The other three pillars are as follows:

- DONG Energy's own production of natural gas from the Danish and Norwegian North Sea and from 2014 also from the UK

- LNG supplies – Liquified Natural Gas – delivered to Gate terminal in Rotterdam. DONG Energy is co-owner of the terminal and have 2 bcm import capacity to its disposal (3 bcm from 2015)

- Agreements with Northwest European suppliers

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