Gas prices in European countries increased by 21.5% per day, reaching $3,635.5 per 1 cubic metre.
According to the website of the RBC edition, such an active price increase is associated with a massive “blue gold” leak in the Norwegian gas pipeline of the Hammerfest company, which is almost the only major LNG supplier in all of Europe.
Experts predict further increases in prices, but not only in the EU, but throughout Asia. Potential drought, supply disruptions and sanctions on Russian gas could push prices to critical levels
Separately, it was noted that last spring, fuel prices almost doubled due to excessive storage facilities and hot weather.
Previously, Gazprom presented a new gas distribution center concept to Turkish partner companies.
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