Germany’s energy regulator chief Klaus Mueller described measures to offset Russian imports as “encouraging” in a note issued on Thursday on the status of the gas supply in Europe’s largest economy. “If we continue to meet our savings target of at least 20% in Germany, if three LNG terminals start operating at the beginning of next year at the latest, and if the expected winter-related decline in imports and the rise in currently low exports remain moderate, then we can get through the winter without a national gas emergency,” he said in a statement. Germany last showed a 96.5% filling level of its underground gas storage caverns, surpassing a Nov. 1 target […]