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As the crisis around Russian gas escalates, this commentary provides an overview and analysis of how it reached its present state and draws scenarios for how it might unfold going forward.

Q&A | Effects of steeper cuts to Nord Stream 1 gas flows on the EU

In this Q&A, senior research scholar Kaushik Deb answers questions about how dramatic cuts to gas flows came about, their effects on EU households and industry, and how the block might adjust.

Columbia Global Energy Dialogue | Russia and Sanctions: Impacts on Energy Markets and Geopolitics
Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Hadia Sheerazi and Ann-Kathrin Merz

Participants in this roundtable included senior corporate executives, civil society representatives, energy analysts, academic and think tank experts, and government officials from Canada, the European Union, and the United States.


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Anne-Sophie Corbeau and Dr. Tatiana Mitrova

Europe’s gas crisis has entered a scary new phase. Last week, the biggest pipeline carrying Russian gas into Germany was closed for maintenance. And many in Europe fear the Russians will keep Nord Stream 1 closed...

Kadri Simson

Despite some setbacks, Europe is considering a ban on Russian oil, a major step toward energy independence from Russia. Meanwhile, Russia’s demand that buyers pay for its natural gas in rubles has put European...

Anne-Sophie Corbeau & Dr. Tatiana Mitrova
Global Research Scholar, CGEP & Non-Resident Fellow, CGEP

Currently, high gas prices are rippling throughout much of Europe and Asia. The spike has driven up the price of coal too and sent electricity prices for businesses and homeowners to record highs.