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German gas storage 90% full ahead of winter despite Russian cuts

By DW
21 September 2022   |   9:37 am
German Economy Minister Robert Habeck said Germany has a chance of getting through the winter "comfortably" despite the lack of Russian gas. Germany is on track to meet a 95% storage capacity target by November.

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