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5th Jul 2022 14:39U.K., Daily Monitor

Domestic production accounts for nearly half of natural gas consumption, well above the European average.

Imports from Russia accounted for only 5% of the total; the U.K. has long-term deals with Norway and Qatar.

The bigger risk is that manufacturers are indirectly af- fected by rolling blackouts in other European countries.

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