Drought Leaves River Rhine at Dangerously Low Water Levels

A chemical tanker passes a ferry boat on the River Rhine near Pfalzgrafenstein castle in Kaub, Germany, on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022. An extended dry spell at the Rhine -- a key hard-coal import route -- risks choking Germany's energy supply further, stoking power-price volatility and elevating costs for coal-heavy generators, such as EnBW and Uniper. Photographer: Ben Kilb/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A chemical tanker passes a ferry boat on the River Rhine near Pfalzgrafenstein castle in Kaub, Germany, on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022. An extended dry spell at the Rhine -- a key hard-coal import route -- risks choking Germany's energy supply further, stoking power-price volatility and elevating costs for coal-heavy generators, such as EnBW and Uniper. Photographer: Ben Kilb/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Drought Leaves River Rhine at Dangerously Low Water Levels
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