Ukrainian energy minister accuses Russia of 'gas blackmail'

KYIV, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Ukrainian Energy Minister German Galushchenko accused Moscow on Wednesday of using "gas blackmail" for geopolitical purposes after Russia's Gazprom GAZP.M said it could start reducing gas supplies to Moldova via Ukraine from Nov. 28. State-run Gazprom threatened its action after accusing Ukraine of withholding gas that was meant for Moldova.

Moldova and Ukraine accuse Russia of 'blackmail' as Gazprom threatens to reduce gas supplies

* Gazprom says it could reduce gas supplies to Moldova * Ukraine and Moldova accuse Russia of 'blackmail' * Moldova relies heavily on Russia for energy supplies By Alexander Tanas and Pavel Polityuk CHISINAU/KYIV, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Moldova and Ukraine on Wednesday accused Russia of "blackmail" after state-run Russian company Gazprom GAZP.MM threatened to reduce gas flows to Moldova via Ukraine next week, just as cold weather prompts Europeans to start tapping their inventories.

Moldova has no signal that Russia will halt gas supplies in December -PM

CHISINAU, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Moldova's Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita said on Wednesday that there have been no signals from Moscow that Russia will stop supplying gas to Moldova in December. "But the government is ready for any scenario, as Russia continues to use energy resources as a tool of blackmail," Gavrilita told the Pro TV television. Re

German gas trader VNG nears multibillion-euro rescue deal-sources

FRANKFURT, Nov 21 (Reuters) - German gas trader VNG is nearing a deal under which it will receive several billions euros in state aid to shoulder the huge costs of replacing Russian gas with higher-priced alternatives, two people familiar with the matter said. An agreement could be reached as soon as this week and cover a mid single-digit billion euro sum for VNG, which it would receive in loans or guarantees, the people said.

Rift over gas cap looms over EU energy crisis plans

By Gabriela Baczynska BRUSSELS, Nov 21 (Reuters) - EU energy ministers meet in Brussels on Thursday to approve the latest set of emergency measures to mitigate an energy crisis, but the plans risk being eclipsed by disagreements over whether and how to cap gas prices. On the table are new draft laws to speed up permitting procedures for renewable energy sources, and to launch joint gas purchases for the 27 EU countries.



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