Russia has cut natural gas supplies to a unit of Gazprom PJSC seized by Germany in retaliation for western penalties over the war in Ukraine. Gazprom Germania GmbH and its subsidiaries are no longer receiving all contracted volumes, German Economy Minister Robert Habeck said. Europe’s biggest economy and the largest buyer of Russian gas is receiving gas from alternative sources and can cope with the disruption, he said. “In Germany, Gazprom and its subsidiary are affected, and that means that some of the subsidiaries are no longer getting any gas from Russia,” Habeck said in a speech to the lower house of parliament in Berlin. “But the market offers other alternatives.” Moscow prohibited dealings with Gazprom Germania and its various subsidiaries now under the control of Germany’s energy regulator. That includes energy supplier Wingas GmbH , a European gas storage business, the London-based trading arm of Gazprom and EuRoPol […]