Ørsted responds to Russia critique

The Danish utility responded on Sunday to criticism about maintaining its agreement with Gazprom. Halting flows must take place via EU coordination, Ørsted says.

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Ørsted intends to uphold its agreement with Russian state gas giant Gazprom to ensure supply security: Stopping deliveries must take place in the form of EU sanctions, the power utility writes in response to an article in Danish media Berlingske Business on Sunday.

The power company currently is still receiving natural gas shipments from the Bioenergy & Other unit from Gazprom, but Ørsted has no intention of canceling the contract valid until 2030 because "it cannot be annulled at this time."

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