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Europe's mildest winter since 2007 has left the region with enough natural gas in storage to cover disruption in flows from Ukraine for about 45 days. Inventories were 49 percent full as of March 2, up from 37 percent a year ago, according to Gas Infrastructure Europe, a lobby group of pipeline operators. Ukraine, a gas transit point that supplies about 16 percent of European demand, mobilized its army and called for foreign observers after Russian forces took control of the Crimea peninsula over the weekend.
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