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Can Europe manage without Russian LNG?

Russia’s exports of LNG to the EU have increased since the invasion of Ukraine. The EU needs a coherent strategy for these LNG imports. The European Union has committed to eliminate all Russian fossil-fuel imports by 2027. Progress has been made, with sanctions on oil and coal already introduced. The glaring exception is natural gas (LNG in particular), on which the EU has so far refrained from imposing limitations, owing to greater dependence on Russia. Nevertheless, pipeline gas imports have fallen by four-fifths following Russia’s weaponisation of gas supplies. However, Russia’s exports of LNG to the EU have increased since […]

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