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El gráfico muestra niveles de almacenamiento de gas en algunos países de Europa.


Surgen temores por suministro de gas ruso a Europa

October 28, 2021 - Gazprom de Rusia ha reducido el gas a niveles inusualmente bajos en sus instalaciones de almacenamiento de Europa occidental antes del invierno, aumentando los temores de que Moscú esté usando la escasez de abasto para elevar los precios a niveles récord.

While European storage levels are low, an analysis of European gas industry data shows the largest shortfalls are at sites owned or controlled by Gazprom, in what critics say increasingly points to an attempt to squeeze European energy supplies, according to the London-based Financial Times (FT) newspaper.

Figures from Gas Infrastructure Europe show that in countries where Gazprom does not own storage facilities, such as in France and Italy, the level of gas in storage has reached near-normal levels for this time of year, the FT said.

PUBLISHED: 28/10/2021; STORY: Graphic News