Germany’s gas storage levels are lower than typical for the beginning of February in full winter season, and the main reason for this is reduced natural gas pipeline flows from Russian giant Gazprom, especially at the Velke transit point in the Czech Republic, German outlet Der Spiegel reported . According to data from Gas Infrastructure Europe, Germany’s storage was 40.6 percent full as of February 7. This is a low figure for the start of the winter month of February, Eugen Weinberg, an analyst with Commerzbank, told Der Spiegel, but added that Germany’s gas in storage situation was not critical. The last time the country had this low level of gas in storage so early in the winter was not so long ago, in 2017, according to Der Spiegel. The lower flows from Gazprom via Ukraine are the most likely reason for this year’s low storage levels. But the […]