NewEnergyNews: Russia’s NatGas And The War

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    Saturday, April 30, 2022

    Russia’s NatGas And The War

    Natural gas supply in Eastern Europe remains intact but costs are going up. What will happen next winter? From Bloomberg Markets and Finance via YouTube

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