Benchmark carbon futures have more than doubled this year and just hit a 10-year high, buoyed by EU regulations effective next year that will reduce the number of carbon credit permits used by utilities and industrial polluters to cover their greenhouse gas emissions. The resultant supply squeeze could push up European gas prices, which are already trading at the highest level for the time of the year in at least two decades . . .

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