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Gas, the strike in Norway stops but not the price rush

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Gas, the strike in Norway stops but not the price rush

The fuse that threatened to blow up an even more dramatic gas crisis in Europe has been defused: the Norwegian government has imposed the interruption of the strike that would have reduced the country’s exports by up to 60%, responsible for over a fifth of the supplies of the Old World. However, the price of fuel has only slowed down the race, returning – after a short respite – to exchange around 172 euros per megawatt hour on the Ttf, up for the sixth consecutive session …

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