Europe’s Energy Resilience in the Crosshairs

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  • Blasts on the Nord Stream gas pipelines have accentuated fears about Europe’s energy vulnerability, and left the EU scrambling to respond.
  • Infrastructure security in Norway, now Europe’s largest energy supplier, has taken center stage — but other facilities are vulnerable too, both from conventional and cyber attacks.
  • The sharpening energy security concerns come as Opec-plus has also agreed to a 2 million barrel per day oil production cut, tightening the market.

The Issue

Security Risk , Military Conflict, Gas Pipelines, Gas Supply, Ukraine Crisis
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