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Bone-chilling winter from Berlin to Davos causes energy scramble

Prices of natural gas, primarily a heating fuel, have soared to the highest in more than 2 years

As the world's power brokers gather in Davos, Switzerland, this week, they'll need to wrap up as a low pressure system is forecast to send temperatures to below minus 20 deg C.


FROM the rivers criss-crossing eastern Europe to the Mediterranean ports of Greece and France, everyone is hunting for energy supplies.

Blizzards, gale force winds, arctic temperatures and river ice thicker than a house have left the stewards of the European energy business

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