Rotterdam LNG terminal owner Gasunie sees profit hit by Groningen field cap and regulators

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Gasunie, the Dutch natural gas company and Rotterdam LNG import terminal co-owner, said profits plunged because of an impairment linked to a regulatory ruling as revenues also declined amid more small-scale LNG shipments and low-calorific conversion of pipeline gas because of the cap on Groningen field production.


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