Nord Stream Deadlock Sends Prices Soaring

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The limited supply of Russian gas sent European spot prices to new highs this week — reaching $2,600 per thousand cubic meters during the day on Aug. 16 — which should improve Gazprom’s revenues after a sharp drop in July.

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