Russia Well Positioned for Low-Carbon Future

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Russia has found itself at the center of Europe's energy supply crunch, blamed for manipulating natural gas supplies and using energy as a geopolitical weapon. Speaking at the Energy Intelligence Forum last week, Deputy Energy Minister Pavel Sorokin shared Russia’s view on the high energy prices, risks associated with the energy transition, the Opec-plus alliance and the future of the domestic oil industry.

Low-Carbon Policy, Leadership Interviews, Oil Supply, Gas Supply
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