The suspension of the approval process for the Russian Nord Stream 2 pipeline by a German regulator could be short-lived as Europe is hungry for more gas, an analyst said on Monday after meeting officials of Russian state gas giant Gazprom (GAZP.MM) . Last week, Germany’s energy regulator temporarily halted the certification process for the new pipeline that will carry Russian gas into Europe, throwing up a new roadblock to the contentious project and driving up regional gas prices. read more German government sources told Reuters that the suspension could delay commissioning of the infrastructure until next March. read more The German regulator said certification was being temporarily halted because under German law the Swiss-based consortium behind Nord Stream 2 […]