“The European Union must effectively develop energy relations with global producers and partners”, Lukáš Tichý, Nikita Odintsov, Jan Mazač, Jan Prouza, a Michaela Prouzová (IIR, Prague)

There are almost no oil or gas resources in the EU. To strengthen its energy security, the EU has taken a number of measures in its energy policy. Russia is currently the main energy supplier of oil and gas to the EU. In addition, the EU has been developing “energy relations” with existing and potential energy producers from Asia, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), sub-Saharan Africa, North America, and Latin America. To find out which measures these were, read the new policy paper of our Centre for Energy Policy.

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