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Mysterious explosion hits Russian gas pipeline supplying Europe
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EU gas use dropped by 20% but some nations failed to reach key target
EU gas consumption dropped by 20% before winter as most countries reach voluntary target
EU green lights first-ever cap for gas prices
The EU's goal is to prevent the record-breaking surge in prices experienced over the summer as countries rushed to fill up storage ahead of winter.
Germany's plan to wean off Russian gas
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Calls for flexible gas price cap at EU-Med9 summit
Leaders and representatives from nine Mediterranean and Southern European countries on Friday called on the European Union to come up with a more flexible gas price cap initiative than the recently proposed cap of €220 per megawatt hour,
'It's a bad joke': Energy ministers blast proposed EU gas cap
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Europe’s energy crisis is boosting green hydrogen. Is it the future?
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Brussels unveils first-ever EU cap on gas prices but as 'last resort'
After months of political pressure, the European Commission has presented a formal proposal to prevent high gas prices.
Rising production costs puts the squeeze on Europe's bakers
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EU gas cap will be suspended if LNG cargoes go elsewhere – EU official
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Germany completes LNG terminal
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