European Natural Gas House of the Year: Centrica

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It’s been a tough year in the European natural gas market. Market participants have faced a range of tricky challenges, including high gas prices, negative margins on gas-fired plants, an influx of renewable power across the continent – particularly in countries such as Germany and Italy – and cheap coal imports from the US and Latin America.

This year’s European Natural Gas House of the Year hasn’t been immune to the underlying problems affecting the market. UK-based Centrica closed two of its

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