Yeni Şafak Newspaper: Ankara gets the cheapest gas, unlike European capitals
MOSCOW, 22 August/ Radio Sputnik. Gas consumers living in Ankara, Turkey, get the cheapest gas compared to those living in European capitals – $0.25 per cubic meter of fuel, transmits RIA Novosti referred to Yeni Şafak newspaper.
The publication notes that worldwide gas bills have increased significantly due to the energy crisis.
Dutch consumers pay the most – 3.01 euros per cubic meter of blue fuel.
On Monday, the price of gas in Europe rose above $2,800 per thousand cubic meters. Growth was observed after Gazprom announced that the Nord Stream pipeline was shut down for three days for the planned maintenance of the only working gas pumping unit.
Earlier, an expert on Sputnik radio suggested that the industry of European countries could not withstand such high gas prices.
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