Denmark’s gas strategy : to become a gas transit country

The Danish gas market is set to undergo radical changes in the years to come through decreased consumption for households, increased use of district heating and industry conversion to biomethane instead of fossil gas. Denmark will in future primarily be a gas transit country for export of Norwegian and Danish gas from the North Sea to the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and Poland. The Danish transmission system is robust with two and tree pipelines crossing the belts and two gas storage facilities strategically placed in the Western and Eastern part of Denmark.

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