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EU energy ministers to discuss gas price cap

The EU Commission has leaked yet another document draft proposing methods for bracing against the supply cut from Russia, which stopped pipeline gas transmission via Nord Stream 1 indefinitely on Friday.

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Leaked documents from the EU Commission ahead of an extra meeting of energy ministers in Brussels on Friday are flowing - unlike natural gas.

Before this weekend, another Commission document on reining in galloping power prices circulated through through the EU capital, and now another text has emerged showing ideas on how to get a handle on incessantly rising gas prices.

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