Gazprom's Export Strategy Still Envisions Supplying Europe

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Russia’s state-run gas giant Gazprom is not completely excluding Europe from its export plans despite the war in Ukraine prompting a pivot toward Asia. It is widely accepted that Gazprom wants to avoid relying too much on China and will continue to ship gas to Europe as long as it can. Gazprom still plans to export over 100 billion cubic meters per year to China, including some 20 Bcm/yr via Central Asia, but securing new supply deals and building infrastructure might take up to a decade.

Gas Supply, Corporate Strategy , Gas Pipelines, NOCs, LNG Supply, LNG Projects, Ukraine Crisis
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