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Can Europe Do Anything Against Gazprom’s Push For Market Share?

OilPrice.com Saturday, 21 September 2019
The European Union’s strength is its ability to shield its economy from the outside world and pursue integration between member states. Cooperation within the bloc is based on both liberal economic market principles and political solidarity between states. The current European gas market, however, is in turmoil because neither is being pursued when it comes to energy. This has led to two interdependent developments: the construction of additional LNG capacity and Eastern Europe’s battle to constrain Gazprom’s market access. The…
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