Britain is set to be a “transit” country for natural gas supplies to Europe this summer as the continent scrambles to ditch its dependency on Russian reserves.

National Grid has predicted a surge in gas exports from Britain to Europe during the six months to September as the Continent starts to refill storage sites ahead of next winter while using less gas from the Kremlin.

Gas is piped into Britain from the North Sea, Norway and from ships sent from all over the world in the form of liquefied natural gas (LNG), which can then be sent on to Europe via pipelines to Belgium and Holland

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