Europe is "off the hook" on energy supplies this winter - but it has also got lucky, a senior official has said.
Fatih Birol, head of the International Energy Agency, has warned against complacency, saying there could easily be energy shortages next winter.
One of the principle reasons for that is the end of heavy COVID restrictions in China, leading to increased economic activity, and therefore a rise in gas consumption.
While an extra 23 billion cubic metres of liquefied natural gas (LNG) is expected to be produced this year, China could take 80% of it, Mr Birol said.
"Even though we have enough LNG import terminals, there may not be enough gas to import and therefore it will not be easy this coming winter for Europe," he commented.
Prices could be pushed up again - just as they were when Russia invaded Ukraine. The war will be a year old on Friday.
"It is not right to be relaxed, it is not right now to celebrate," Mr Birol commented.
He is asking countries that have decided to phase out nuclear energy to consider whether it is the right time to do so.