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Edison applied to the court in April 2013 over prices for Gazprom's gas supplies and expects a decision to be made sometime in 2014-2015.
In May, Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller signed an agreement on new pricing terms with Italy’s Eni. Gazprom did not disclose details, but Eni said that gas prices will be indexed to the spot market price.
Bloomberg reported in June that another Gazprom’s client GdF Suez, France’s largest natural gas company, planned to renegotiate their gas supply next year.
In February, Gazprom agreed to reduce the price for Germany’s RWE under the existing contract. Further discounts may be discussed in 2015.