gas importers

The International Energy Agency said its members were ready to release more oil into the market “if needed” to tackle soaring prices in the wake of Russia's war in Ukraine. IEA member countries committed to releasing 61.7 million barrels of oil reserves as of March 4, exceeding the 60 million barrels of oil that they had pledged to release from emergency stocks to bring stability to energy markets.
  • March 25, 2022
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Crude prices slid 2% on Thursday after the European Union could not come to a consensus to boycott Russian oil. Prices were also affected by reports that exports from Kazakhstan's Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) terminal could partially resume.
  • March 25, 2022
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Europe’s natural gas prices are seeing massive fluctuations. Which makes us get back to the question of where the EU gets its energy. The EU has to import almost two-thirds of energy to meet its needs, gas making up to 27% and solid fossil fuels at 6%.
  • January 31, 2022
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Europe is seeing a gas price surge five times the average. The continent has historically depended on gas fuel - a fifth of its energy- especially during the winters when other sources of energy aren’t reliable. Yet, most of it comes from outside Europe, especially from Russia (via the Nord Stream). We have rounded the top importers in Europe and where they get their gas from.
  • January 5, 2022
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