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Gas Use Continues Strong in EU Summer Power Mix

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Europe wants to use less natural gas this summer to fill storage facilities and alleviate tight supplies ahead of the coming winter season. But structural problems with power generation from coal, nuclear and hydropower have increased natural gas use in power generation in key markets.

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Electricity Prices, Renewable Electricity , Gas-Fired Electricity
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