U.S. LNG Sales Increase After Nord Stream Damage = Russian Presidential Spokesman

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From jp.reuters.com – Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian presidential administration, said on April 3 that the U.S. raised the price of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and increased its sales volume after the Nord Stream, an undersea pipeline that sends Russian natural gas to Europe, was damaged. increased sales volumes, he said.

[MOSCOW, March 3 (Reuters) – The United States has raised liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices and increased sales after damage to Nord Stream, an undersea pipeline that sends Russian natural gas to Europe, Russian Presidential Spokesman Peskov said on Tuesday. Peskov said the U.S. raised the price of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and increased sales after the Nord Stream, an undersea pipeline that sends Russian natural gas to Europe, was damaged.

A total of four damaged sections of Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2, which run through the Baltic Sea, were found last week, causing gas leaks. Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the United States and its allies of damaging the pipelines.

Spokesman Peskov said, “If these pipelines stop functioning, there are parties that can sell more LNG at higher prices. It is well known that such a party is the United States,” he said, adding that “some countries have the military technology to carry out such sabotage.”

 

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