Viewpoint: Europe Won't Return to Prewar Russian Gas Imports

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Russian pipeline gas imports are unlikely to return to Europe at pre-Ukraine war volumes. But European gas industry insiders do not completely rule out an increase from current Russian imported volumes due to the commercial imperative to clinch cheaper gas. More Russian gas imports would also depend on the future of the geopolitical relations between Europe and the Kremlin.

Gas Supply, Ukraine Crisis, Gas Prices, Gas Demand, Gas Pipelines, Gas Inventories, Gas Spot Markets
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