The filling level of the Italian warehouses exceeded 57%. Today, according to Snam data, the forecast of gas injected into the network by the end of the day is approximately 252 million cubic meters per fronet of a demand of 173 million cubic meters
Gas injections in Italian storage are continuing at a rapid pace: today the forecast is around 84 million cubic meters. The Snam effect continues to be noted, charged last week by Mite to contribute to filling in June, to supplement the operators’ commitments. In five days, the company contributed approximately 260 million cubic meters. According to GIE data, the filling level of Italian storage exceeded 57%, reaching 57.22%.
Today, according to Snam data, viewed by Adnkronos, the forecast of gas injected into the network by the end of the day is approximately 252 million cubic meters compared to a demand of 173 million cubic meters. Import flows from Mazara del Vallo, the entry point of Algerian gas, with 66 million cubic meters, Tarvisio, the gas from Russia, with 48 million, Passo Gries, with supplies from Northern Europe, with 42 million mln and Melendugno, with flows from Azerbaijan via Tap, with 31 mln.
As far as the main European countries are concerned, in Germany, which has the largest storage capacity in Europe ahead of Italy, the filling level of storage is currently 60.53%. In France it stands at 60.86%. In countries where the storage capacity is lower, such as in Portugal which has 0.3 billion cubic meters of capacity, the filling level of the storage is 97.09%. In Spain it is 72.08%. In Poland, which has a storage capacity of 1/5 compared to the Italian one, the filling level of the warehouses is 97.09%.