An explosion at a transit pipeline in central Ukraine has not cut Russian gas exports to Europe as the fuel is flowing through a parallel pipe, a source at Russia's top natural gas producer Gazprom has said.
"Exports have not been cut. There is a parallel pipeline, the source told Reuters
Ukraine's Energy Ministry suggested that the explosion on the main pipeline carrying Russian gas through Ukraine to the rest of Europe could have been a "terrorist attack".
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