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Gas prices soar 26% after Russia keeps key pipeline closed

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Gas prices have soared on concerns over energy supplies after Russia announced it would not reopen its main gas pipeline to Europe. The Dutch month ahead wholesale gas price, a benchmark for Europe, was up as much as 26% on Monday, before falling back slightly. Gazprom scrapped plans to restart pumping limited volumes on Saturday after a maintenance shutdown, blaming a turbine leak. The decision - which European governments say is retaliation for Western sanctions over Russia's war in Ukraine - was inevitably reflected when markets opened for business on Monday morning.
3 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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