Europe unlikely to see major gas shortage this winter – research

Risks remain if alternative sources of natural gas falter, says Fed economist

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Europe will likely get through the winter without a major natural gas shortage, research published by the Federal Reserve Board predicts.

Imports of natural gas from other countries should be enough to replace the previous Russian supply, says Gisela Rua, the research note’s author. Ample supply could help curb the inflationary pressures Europe experience in 2022.

Milder temperatures, high gas prices and gas saving efforts led to high natural gas inventory throughout 2022. In parallel, many

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