Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Gas Urgent Question in House of Commons

The link is to the Urgent Question debate that I called for yesterday in the House of Commons. I am not going to extract anything from it as it is best read as it is.

There are two views in the high energy industry (people that study gas issues in depth). One is that we will just scrape by and not have an emergency, the other is that we will have an emergency.

In a sense that demonstrates how we are on a knife edge. Tomorrow will be colder. We may encounter constraints on extract from storage by Friday - which will cause more rapid depletion of short term storage as MRS will only cope with 10 mcm/d.

As usual it depends upon the weather.


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