Viewpoint: Brussels Tries to Reset Its Future Gas Policies

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With an energy crisis that will last through 2023, Europe needs to take stock of the lessons learned from the past year to see how it will focus its short-term regulatory measures and whether its long-term policy goals will remain unchanged. Brussels faced a tough year focused on supporting citizens and businesses, with the next 12 months expected to be harsher if Russian piped gas imports drop to zero and uncommitted LNG supplies go to higher-paying buyers in other regions.

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