“Today, TTF, Europe's key gas hub, has set a historic price record of $3,892 per 1,000 cubic meters of gas.

Prices may be even higher.

But the reasons for this are not on the side of Gazprom,” the company said in a Telegram message.

Gazprom noted that they continue to ensure the fulfillment of long-term contracts for the supply of gas.

Earlier it was reported that the price of gas in Europe exceeded $3,600 per thousand cubic meters.

Igor Yushkov, an expert at the Financial University under the Government of Russia and a leading analyst at the National Energy Security Fund, commented in an interview with RT on a sharp increase in gas prices in Europe.