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Gas prices in Europe jumped more than 8% yesterday, approaching a record high (set in October), with Russian gas deliveries to Germany via the Yamal-Europe pipeline, or reaching very low levels and threats to Russia for non-licensing of Nord Stream 2 continue.

The sharp rise in gas prices in Europe in 2021 has pushed up energy prices, fueled concerns about the impact on inflation and caused suppliers to collapse in Britain.

Russian gas flows have fallen, according to data from German network operator Gascade, as Russia’s Gazprom began filling the second Nord Stream 2 pipeline with gas on Friday, fueling energy concerns in Europe.

Flows at the Mallnow measuring point at the German-Polish border (for the Yamal pipeline, from Russia), had dropped to an hourly volume of just about 370,000 kWh / h, compared to more than 1,200,000 kWh on Saturday and over 10,000 .000 kWh / h on Friday.  

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