E.ON is stopping offering natural gas contracts:  Soaring gas prices appear to be having an influence not just on the UK’s energy market, but also on that of its northwest neighbour, Germany.

“unfortunately, we are currently unable to offer you natural gas products.” E.ON has written on its website in the section for its gas supply business solutions.

“E.ON stands by its customers as a partner. Supply to customers with existing natural gas contracts will continue as normal.” Said an E.ON Spokesperson.

“We have only been reviewing new customer contracts for a few days, as we must take the sharp rise in procurement costs into account in our pricing.”

A few days ago, Ofgem chose the group’s UK branch E.ON Next to take on customers of failed energy companies ENSTROGA, Igloo Energy, and Symbio Energy.

E.ON is stopping offering natural gas contracts:

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