Natural gas prices fell as the European Union prepares measures to curb volatility in its biggest marketplace in an attempt to rein in the energy crisis. Benchmark futures dropped as much as 7% to the lowest level in more than three months. The European Commission plans to propose a temporary mechanism to prevent extreme price spikes in derivatives trading through a dynamic limit for transactions on the Dutch Title Transfer Facility, according to a draft document seen by Bloomberg News. The market has been sensitive to the EU’s interventions to contain the effects of the crisis that has fueled inflation and put economies on the brink of recession. The bloc’s executive arm is due to propose a package on Tuesday to alleviate the impact of Russia’s steep supply cuts on companies and consumers. The plan will be discussed by EU leaders at their summit on Oct. 20-21 in Brussels. […]