BERLIN, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Leading German gas supplier E.ON Ruhrgas fears that a packet of government measures to save energy could discriminate against gas and destroy capital invested in gas distribution infrastructure. "Natural gas should play a bigger role. It must not become the stepchild of the climate protection debate," Chief Executive Burckhard Bergmann told reporters in Berlin late on Wednesday. He said the relatively good record of gas, as a source of the greenhouse gases ...
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