A source close to Gazprom revealed to Izvestia that the Russian gas monopoly has more modest price expectations for Europe for 2013. The company expects average gas prices to fall by almost 14 percent and sales to increase by 8 percent. Experts, however, doubt a rise in European demand as the region still shows no substantial growth.
Here is the map of current prices
Source: Gaia Russo

A source close to Gazprom revealed to Izvestia that the Russian gas monopoly has more modest price expectations for Europe for 2013. The company expects average gas prices to fall by almost 14 percent and sales to increase by 8 percent. Experts, however, doubt a rise in European demand as the region still shows no substantial growth.

Here is the map of current prices

Source: Gaia Russo

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