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FT: Ukraine gas deadlock poses latent threat to EU

While markets have been focused on the latest geopolitical flashpoint involving Russia and Ukraine – the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 – an unresolved dispute between the two countries over natural gas has continued to simmer in the background. Gazprom, the Russian gas exporter...

RTCC: Fracking hell: What’s the future for shale gas in the UK?

A year ago today, activists converged on the West Sussex village of Balcombe for a quintessentially British protest. Tea and flapjack circulated as locals, environmentalists and minor celebrities politely refused access to lorries carrying drills destined for a shale exploration rig. They were objecting...

European Parliament: The EU's energy dependence: facts and figures

The EU imports more than half of the energy it consumes and that can make it vulnerable to external energy suppliers such as Russia. To improve the situation, the European Commission presented a plan to reduce this dependence, which was discussed by Parliament’s industry committee this week. Read...

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