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Chilly Britain absorbing more gas that would have gone to Europe

With Britain so cold, the country is keeping more of the natural gas it usually produces and imports within the country's borders.

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Britain is so cold it's keeping more of the natural gas it produces and imports for itself.

Over the past month, UK gas exports have repeatedly plumbed the lowest levels in at least a decade for this time of the year. Usually, with winter past and heating demand subsiding, Britain would have ample supplies to ship to the continent.

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