Equinor to supply more winter gas to UK

The Norwegian oil giant has signed an agreement with Centrica for additional gas deliveries over the coming three winters.

Photo: Harald Pettersen, Equinor/Digital

Equinor and Centrica have inked an agreement for the former to deliver an additional 1 billion cubic meters of gas to the latter per year over the next three winter seasons, Equinor confirms in a press release issued Thursday.

The parties already have a long-range agreement, but now the volumes will swell to a total in excess of 10 billion m3 of gas per annum.

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