FT. Europe will face disrupted supplies and higher prices for gas next winter if tensions with Russia cut off flows through Ukraine, the head of Italy's largest energy company has warned.
Paolo Scaroni, chief executive of Eni, the Italian oil and gas group, said Italy, Austria and the south of Germany would be particularly at risk since they were principal markets for Russian gas piped through Ukraine. About 16 per cent of Europe's gas consumption provided by Russia through Ukraine.
Eni is one of the backers…
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