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German Regulator Says Gas Prices May Have Stalled, Bild Reports

  • Germany’s top grid agency chief sees gas prices at plateau
  • Says nation should be ready to share gas with neighbors
An employee adjusts a control valve at a gas storage facility in Muhldorf, Germany. 

An employee adjusts a control valve at a gas storage facility in Muhldorf, Germany. 

Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

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The risk of a cutoff in Russian gas supplies appears to be fully priced by the market, the head of Germany’s top power grid regulator said in an interview.