Viewpoint: Brace, Brace

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European gas supply will remain tight this winter as Russia keeps restricting flows and EU storage backup remains low. Despite short-lived signs that Gazprom was restocking its European inventories, concerns have resurfaced that it's not pumping enough to meet potential demand surges over the coldest months of the year. At the same time, fears of disruptions have been provoked by a simmering row between the EU and Belarus that could hit transit shipments through Poland; a potential military escalation between Russia and Ukraine, currently the main transit route to Europe; and Germany’s temporary suspension of the certification process for Gazprom’s new Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

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