The Dutch government plans on increasing the production of the biggest Dutch gas field in Slochteren. Production will be allowed to rise from 40 billion cubic meters to 42,5 billion cubic meters. This due to still increasing demands while smaller fields in the North Sea show declining yields, and the wish to prevent too much dependancy on fuel imports.
Of course this will mean that the Slochteren gas fields will be used up sooner than planned before. The Dutch government now expects production to diminish in the Slochteren field in 2020.
Also see this posting from 6 months ago, with new reports on gas reserves and new finds.