London, 29 April 2024

Global energy and commodity price reporting agency Argus has launched new natural gas prices for the Danish market.

Danish gas trading has intensified over the past year, driven by Denmark's increasing interconnectivity with other markets and the promise of a near-term rebound in domestic gas production.

Since the start-up of the Baltic Pipe pipeline in October 2022, Denmark has been receiving Norwegian gas directly, with much of this supply transiting to Poland. In addition, the restart of the Tyra gas field and hub last month has bolstered domestic gas production, which can either remain in the Danish grid or be exported to the Dutch TTF or German THE markets, depending on market opportunity. Denmark’s export potential is further bolstered by its substantial biomethane production capabilities.

Argus Media chairman and chief executive Adrian Binks said: “We are pleased to have responded to industry requests to publish assessments for Danish gas prices. We worked closely with market participants to develop these indexes that add new transparency to the increasingly liquid Danish market, which has cemented its status as an important and growing gas producer, exporter and transit facilitator.

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