Ten years after opening up its gas markets to competition, the UK is still suffering from the failure of Europe to follow its lead - and becoming a net importer of gas is making matters worse. Without greater transparency across the European gas markets, the problem will persist, say participants.
The issue came to the fore last November, when a cold snap hit most of Europe. UK prices jumped from around 30p-40p/therm to around £1.65/therm. The price on the German/Dutch border, meanwhile,
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