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MNI BRIEF: EU Ministers Aim For Dec 13 Deal On Gas Cap

(MNI) LONDON

Hopes a political deal amongst European energy ministers could trigger an agreement at the Brussels leaders summit mid-December.

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European Union energy ministers have deferred agreement on joint procurement, new rules to accelerate deployment of solar and wind energy and its controversial gas price cap until December 13, an EU source told MNI.

The comments suggest that the ministers are aiming to have the cap endorsed by EU leaders at the Brussels summit on Dec 15-16 as reported by MNI Wednesday.

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European Union energy ministers have deferred agreement on joint procurement, new rules to accelerate deployment of solar and wind energy and its controversial gas price cap until December 13, an EU source told MNI.

The comments suggest that the ministers are aiming to have the cap endorsed by EU leaders at the Brussels summit on Dec 15-16 as reported by MNI Wednesday.

Keep reading...Show less