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By Michael Oblin,
Head of fixed income buy-side research
Across Europe, financial markets, politicians and citizens are getting increasingly nervous about the consequences of the Ukraine crisis and Europe’s reliance on Russian gas.
There are three salient points to explain the results of a sharp decline in European gas imports from Russia:
(i) The European dependence on gas supply volumes from Russia;
(ii) The scenario of a Russian gas curtailment;
(iii) How Europe could try to adapt to this new reality.
Find out more about it in the full article.