EU looks to the Middle East to replace Russian gas imports

A model of the natural gas pipeline is seen in front of displayed word EU and Russia flag colours in this illustration
A model of a natural gas pipeline is seen in front of European Union and Russia flags in this illustration [Dado Ruvic/Illustration/Reuters]

Russia’s war on Ukraine is forcing the European Union to look for alternatives to Russian gas imports which amount to about 40 percent of consumption every year. Qatar and other Middle Eastern countries can play a crucial role.

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Henning Gloystein (@hgloystein), Director of Energy at Eurasia Group in London

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Source: Al Jazeera