European natural gas prices rose for a fourth consecutive session, with little clarity on future volumes via a major Russian pipeline. While the Nord Stream pipeline is sending gas to Germany at a consistent rate of 40% of capacity following the end of maintenance on July 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin last week warned that this could decline to 20% if a turbine that’s stuck in transit isn’t received in time to replace another that’s likely to need repairs. The critical piece of equipment is still in Germany as it missed a ferry sailing on Saturday to Helsinki amid paperwork delays, Russian newspaper Kommersant reported . If the exchange of documents happen, the transport may happen in the next few days, it said. The component was first stranded in Canada after routine repairs because of sanctions on Russia over its war in Ukraine. Uncertain about the future level of […]