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The Hague to ask for EU sanctions exemption to get Russia gas
The Netherlands' third-biggest city, which has a contract with Gazprom, has tried but failed to find alternative suppliers for gas before a sanctions deadline kicks in.
Europe's gas prices have broken a new record. How high can they go?
The latest announcement from Gazprom sent gas prices to an all-time high, raising the alarm across the continent.
Explained: What is Gazprom and what makes it so powerful?
The energy giant has an exclusive monopoly to export Russian pipeline gas.
Scholz 'calls Putin's bluff' over turbine at centre of gas dispute
According to the German leader, a turbine needed for the Nord Stream 1 pipeline that Gazprom says is not ready, is in fact ready and can be delivered to Russia.
Nord Stream to resume gas flows after 10-day maintenance
Two sources confirmed the information to Reuters, amid fears of an imminent total suspension of Russian gas supplies.
Which EU countries have been cut off from Russian gas?
Over the past months, Moscow has totally or partially cut off the gas supply to several EU member states, a radical attack that hurts both the European and the Russian economies.
EU countries paying gas in roubles may face legal action: Dombrovskis
The European Commission's Executive Vice President told Euronews the EU "cannot give in to Russia's blackmail."
How will Bulgaria cope without Russian gas?
Bulgaria received the vast majority of its gas supply from Russia and is now turning to Greece. Will it be enough?
Poland and Bulgaria could manage without Russia gas but not for long
Gazprom's decision to switch off the taps won't hit consumers just yet but industries in Poland and Bulgaria are likely to be hit.
EU blasts 'blackmail' as Russia cuts gas tap to Poland and Bulgaria
Ursula von der Leyen called Gazprom's decision "yet another attempt by Russia to use gas as an instrument of blackmail" while Charles Michel said it was an "aggressive unilateral move by Russia'.
What is Nord Stream 2 and how does it link to Russia-Ukraine crisis?
Approval of the natural gas pipeline has been put on hold since last September.
MEPs call for investigation into EU energy market manipulation
The European Parliament held a debate on Wednesday to discuss rising energy bills.