Slight reduction in gas prices in European markets!

Today, Thursday, gas prices in Europe fell slightly, and gas contracts were traded at $2,100 per thousand cubic meters.

Gas prices rose yesterday at the auction to the level of $2,500 per thousand cubic meters, but by the close they reduced the growth.

The rise comes amid fears of cuts in natural gas supplies from Russia, with Russia’s Gazprom starting on Wednesday to cut natural gas supplies to Europe via Nord Stream 1 after another turbine shut down. running due to renovations.

Western sanctions imposed on Russia prevent maintenance work on Siemens turbines installed on the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline (a gas pipeline from Russia to Germany under the Baltic Sea), which leads to a decrease in supply volumes.

Source: RT+Prime

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