Jan 21, 2020

Refreshing European Energy Security Policy: How the U.S. Can Help

Russia has long dominated European gas supply, a fact driven home by recent events in the Ukraine. David L. Goldwyn calls for eroding Russia's market power and diversifying Central and Eastern European gas supply by focusing on an open EU gas market, enhanced national energy market reforms, increasing gas infrastructure interconnections, and signaling the availability of U.S. LNG exports.

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