Cutting the cord: Tony Blair Institute sets out plan to halt Europe's dependency on Russian gas

James Murray
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Cutting the cord: Tony Blair Institute sets out plan to halt Europe's dependency on Russian gas

Snap analysis explores how Europe could rapidly curb Russian oil and gas imports and tap into long term energy security and environmental gains

The Tony Blair Institute (TBI) has today published a new paper detailing how Europe could bring an end to imports of Russian Gas in direct response to Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Titled Cutting...

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