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Europe faces ‘unprecedented risk’ of gas shortage: IEA
Europe faces “unprecedented risks” to its natural gas supplies this winter after Russia cut off most pipeline shipments and could wind up competing with Asia for already scarce and expensive liquid gas that comes by ship, the International Energy Agency said.
Putin tells Europe: If you want gas then open Nord Stream 2
President Vladimir Putin has denied Russia had anything to do with Europe's energy crisis, saying that if the European Union wanted more gas, it should lift sanctions preventing the opening of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
Europe tries to shore up power firms with billions more
Finland and Switzerland provided billions in financial support to power companies on Tuesday, as Europe scrambles to secure energy supplies in a deepening crisis sparked by Russia's move to shut a major gas pipeline.
Europe heading for recession as cost-of-living crisis deepens
The eurozone is almost certainly entering a recession, with surveys on Monday showing a deepening cost-of-living crisis and a gloomy outlook that is keeping consumers wary of spending.
Russia deepens Europe's energy squeeze with new gas halt
Russia halted gas supplies via Europe's key supply route on Wednesday, intensifying an economic battle between Moscow and Brussels and raising the prospects of recession and energy rationing in some of the region's richest countries.
Nearly two-thirds of Europe facing drought or drought risk
Nearly two-thirds of European territory is in a state of drought alert or warning due to heatwaves and low rainfall, reducing inland shipping, electricity production and the yields of certain crops, an EU agency said on Tuesday.
Europe slips toward recession as ECB mulls steps ahead
Europeans returning from their summer breaks will find a more fragile economy that risks buckling under the threats of energy rationing, record inflation and tighter monetary policy.
Nord Stream 1 pipeline to shut for three days in latest fuel blow to Europe
Russia will halt natural gas supplies to Europe for three days at the end of the month via its main pipeline into the region, state energy giant Gazprom has said, piling pressure on the region as it seeks to refuel ahead of winter.
Europe bond rally at risk as complacency sets in over inflation
Fund managers are warning the market is turning complacent over the outlook for inflation in Europe, where the prospect of recession has stoked the appeal of sheltering in bonds.
Russian oil pipeline flows set to resume after Hungary settles transit bill
Russian oil flows halted to parts of Europe should resume after Hungarian group MOL paid transit fees owed to Ukraine, officials and a minister said, providing a temporary solution to the latest disruption of Russian energy supplies.
Flight disruption in UK was worst in Europe in recent months, says TUI
Flight disruption in the UK was the worst in Europe in recent months, according to TUI, while Manchester was the most-affected airport, as the travel operator reported a €75m (£63m) hit from air traffic chaos.
Europe agrees compromise gas curbs as Russia squeezes supply
European Union countries approved a weakened emergency plan to curb their gas demand on Tuesday, after striking compromise deals to limit the cuts for some countries, as they brace for further Russian reductions in supply.
Key Russian pipeline resumes pumping gas to Europe
Russia has resumed pumping gas to Europe through its biggest pipeline after warnings it could curb or halt supplies altogether.

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