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Gazprom says Europe's appetite for gas keeps getting bigger

Russia's Gazprom anticipates that the European demand for natural gas will increase this year. In 2016, Gazprom met more than a third of consumption.

Europe's appetite for natural gas is leading to a growth "renaissance" as its stores of the fuel languish at the lowest levels since 2013, according to Gazprom PJSC.

Europe's appetite for natural gas will probably meet or even exceed last year's growth as the region needs to replenish its lowest gas storage levels since 2013, according to Gazprom PJSC.

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