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Gas price cap idea is a ‘cartel deal’ – energy minister

Russia will not supply natural gas and oil below market price to any country, Energy Minister Nikolay Shulginov has confirmed, rejecting the “price cap” idea floated by EU officials as an attempt to force a “cartel deal” on Moscow.  “We will definitely not sell at a loss or below cost. …

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Germany’s energy plan could cost more than it saves – media

Germany’s newly approved directive to turn off outdoor advertising at night to save energy might end up costing more than leaving the illumination on, Die Welt newspaper reported on Saturday, citing the German Association for Out of Home Advertising (FAW). Under the new rules, set out by Economics Minister Robert …

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German gas giant pleads for state funding amid energy crisis

Germany’s largest gas importer – Uniper – has been struggling to replace missing Russian gas supplies as the company’s losses are mounting, its CEO, Klaus-Dieter Maubach, admitted this week. The company might also run out of the money provided by Berlin in the form of an aid package later this …

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World’s largest particle collider at risk over EU energy crunch

The European energy crisis is threatening to affect the world’s largest particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the head of the European nuclear research center (CERN) energy management panel, Serge Claudet, has admitted. The agency is now working on contingency plans that could even see the LHC shut down …

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Russia cuts off gas supply to French energy giant

Russian state-owned energy giant Gazprom confirmed on Tuesday it had cut off off gas supplies to French utilities company Engie. The Paris-based firm has failed to pay for July gas deliveries in full, the Saint Petersburg major explained. Gazprom informed Engie that it would cease the gas deliveries starting September …

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Western Europe headed for ‘energy collapse’ – Hungary

Western Europe’s policy of rejecting Russian energy, even in the absence of suitable alternatives, could lead to systemic collapse when the public is left without heat this winter, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto warned on Monday. “All these statements … from Western Europe on the issue of energy supply simply …

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EU can’t let Putin set energy costs – Austria

Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer called on Sunday for the EU to impose a cap on power prices and decouple electricity charges from the price of gas. The Austrian leader said failure to do so would let Russian President Vladimir Putin “determine the European electricity price.” “We must finally stop the …

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UK households struggle to pay energy bills – poll

New research by Ipsos showed high levels of public concern in the UK about the rising cost of living. One in three Brits said they were struggling to afford their energy bills, and this was before the newly-announced 80% price cap hike. According to the study, which was conducted between …

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