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Europe’s Energy Union Foreign Policy Implications for Energy Security

111downloadAccording to a Research Paper written by Thomas Raines and Shane Tomlinson – published by The Royal Institute of International Affairs Chatham House- ,  “the current EU approach to energy security and infrastructure focuses on natural gas. This ‘gas first’ approach risks crowding out other responses to the energy security challenge. It could result in the creation of ‘stranded assets’, if the future gas demand on which investments are predicated does not match projections. A narrow focus on new gas infrastructure could also impede development of other dimensions of the Energy Union.”  READ ARTICLE HERE