North African Gas Offers Mixed Response to Europe

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Natural gas supplies from North Africa have yet to fulfil the promise made after the Russian invasion of Ukraine to become a major source of diversification for Europe. However, European oil and gas majors continue to bet on upstream developments in the region to try to eke out as much value from the region, with Italy’s Eni leading the charge with policy support from Rome.

Gas Pipelines, Gas Supply, LNG Supply, Liquefaction, LNG Trade, LNG Demand, LNG Contracts, Ukraine Crisis
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