Markets in Conflict: Europe’s dilemma

Author Argus

How will Europe reconcile its desire for political & economic action against Russia with its deep-rooted dependence on Russian energy? How could the region’s politics, emissions targets and demand for energy be impacted?

Join Jim Washer, Editor in Chief, Matt Drinkwater, Manager – Gas and Power Analysis and John Gawthrop, Editor of Argus Eurasia Energy and resident expert on Russian and wider European energy, trade and energy politics as they discuss Europe’s dilemma

 

 

This podcast episode addresses key questions including:

  • How is the EU planning to cope without Russian oil and gas?
  • Does its strategy pose a risk to emissions targets?
  • How could higher energy prices influence the region's politics?
  • Is the EU doing enough to manage demand?
  • How could EU energy policymaking change?

 

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