Unusually cold weather and low stocks keep UK gas prices high


The unusual cold weather the UK has experienced over the month of March, as well as the depletion of the country’s gas reserves, kept British spot gas prices a very high level.

According to a report by Reuters, demand in this period has been more than 20 percent above the seasonal norm, which led to storage sites being depleted by 93.71 percent. Naturally, this kept gas prices up throughout this period.

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