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UKRAINE CRISIS: ENERGY IMPACT

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Navigate the impact on markets, the transition, politics and corporate strategies from the biggest energy disruption in a generation

The Ukraine crisis has caused turmoil on a global scale. Oil and gas prices have been sent soaring. Trade flows are being reshaped. Corporate portfolios have been shaken up. And energy policy priorities have been reordered.

However long the war lasts, the consequences will be profound. Europe has vowed to end its consumption of Russian energy, whatever the costs – opening opportunities for others to help meet its needs. Russia is carving out new trade relationships in response. Western companies face holes – sometimes large – in their portfolios and plans. Sanctions are likely to remain for a long time.

Energy Intelligence has brought its best coverage of the Ukraine crisis’ energy impact – across oil and gas markets, the energy transition, politics and corporate strategies – together in a single place. This selection of content, written by experts for experts, is designed to help companies and governments navigate a course through this complex and combustible situation with well-informed, reliable and independent news, analysis, research and data.

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  • Namibia is likely to see an E&P boom following major offshore finds by Shell and TotalEnergies. The country possesses a favorable investment regime, with attractive fiscal terms and relatively low aboveground risks. Yet, it faces several growing threats, such as rising voter dissatisfaction and government debt levels amid its long-running economic slump. It also faces risks from unstable trading partners and attempts to balance relations between China, the US and Europe. In Energy Intelligence’s Country Risk Index, Namibia is a relatively low risk country, scoring 4.1 out of 10, ranking 22nd out of 71 oil and gas jurisdictions worldwide.
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