The price of gas futures in Europe has broken another record – more than $1600 per thousand cubic meters, RIA Novosti reports.
The price of gas futures in Europe has reached a new all-time high, surpassing the $1,600 per thousand cubic meters bar, according to data from the ICE Futures exchange.
The previous record at the auction was recorded the day before, on October 5 – prices rose to $1456.8, but at the close they fell slightly – to $1417.7. The European Commission will submit proposals for gas market reform by the end of the year, but gas prices in Europe will remain high throughout the winter.
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