European policymakers are renewing their attention to Europe’s energy sources.
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Russia dominates the supply of gas to Europe, and Europe has looked to reduce its dependence on Russia by turning to the Middle East and Central Asia.
Now, new sources of gas from North America, Australia and even inside Europe offer the promise of increased diversity of supply. These include shale gas – both domestic and imported, and coal-bed methane deposits.
At the same time, Europe is looking to pipelines from the Middle East and Central Asia to bypass potential supply black-outs.
Join this European energy roundtable to assess the impact of European energy security concerns on infrastructure development and financing.