Europe’s Gas Market Still Vulnerable

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Europe has so far avoided a winter natural gas crisis post-Ukraine, thanks to emergency measures and good fortune. Mild weather and moderate Asian demand have deflated prices, kept arbitrage favorable and refilled inventories amid a push to wean off Russian gas. But Europe remains vulnerable as fundamentals are fragile.

Gas Supply, Gas Inventories, Gas Prices, Gas Demand, Gas Spot Markets, Ukraine Crisis
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