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Denmark and Sweden to integrate gas markets

Gas transmission companies Energinet and Swedegas will invest in integrating the Swedish and Danish gas markets by creating a joint balancing zone.

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Danish and Swedish gas transmission companies Energinet and Swedegas have decided to invest in integrating and creating a joint gas market, the two players reveal in a press release.

The aim is to increase security of supply and secure several actors on the gas market and is "in step with the EU's efforts to harmonize the markets within the union," adds Energinet.

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