E&T has run the story
"UK just six hours from running out of gas in March"
Is this analysis correct?
The guardian is now questioning if the market in gas is working to the benefit of consumers.
"Energy suppliers held back gas during UK shortage"
"[LNG] Terminals near London and in Wales were 40% and 52% full on the day it was claimed the UK had six hours' worth of gas left"
I think there should be public debate about how commodity markets in food and energy should work at the limit; when supply cannot meet demand for whatever reason, and where some form of rationing has to come in to force to fairly distribute supplies that are left, between all consumers (rich and poor).