Europe intends to refuse from Russian gas

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The next round of European sanctions on Russia is expected to include restrictions on Russian liquefied natural gas for the first time. We are also talking about introducing sanctions against 3 Russian LNG projects, the implementation of which has not yet begun. Voice of America writes about this, citing sources in the EU.
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I'd be willing to pay more for fuel if Russia isn't allowed to sell a drop outside it's own country, I'm in!

lr
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Stopping trade with Russia is helping the EU transition to renewables for everyones benefit!!! Spain can use North African gas and Solar now dominating electricity and heating in Spain!!

simonpannett
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This is excellent news and should have been done a long time ago, a band on natural gas, coal and oil along with a total embargo and sanctions package that includes everything from A to Z with the exception of food and medicine.
Glory to Ukraine 🇺🇦 🇪🇺

jafab
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I'm sure little putin will fix all his problems with his next speech. Just deny everything LOL!!

Sameoldsongdance
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Sweden here, only about 1% of our households use gas. It is uncommon both for cooking and for heating. There are however restaurants who use gas but we are one of the countries that consume the least gas per capita in Europe. So I doubt that there would be any issues if we would cut out russian gas completely, especially considering that Norway has plenty of it.

Felixxxxxxxxx
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There is no gas or oil shortage in the world.
Africa, South America, North America all have an abundance of gas and oil.

wadeharrison
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Chancellor Bismark would never buy anything from a ruzzian. Слава Україні 🇺🇦 from 🇦🇺

shaneconnor
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Yes more financial pressure must be applied to putins financial reserves. There are Western banks still operating inside Russia and profiting. Maybe they cannot leave but there may be something that can be done.

marisabenson
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Take careful!. Only with sanctions will they understand that invading is not allowed and there are serious consequences.

mishaillich
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have they not yet stopped payments for LNG and petroleum products and put them in escrow until the regime change?

nowChain
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I’m sorry but the war has been going on for more than two years and any EU countries that couldn’t stop using Russian gas then have had all that time to switch to another way. Why didn’t the EU put a time limit on those countries like two years. Have they even 😊tried to make new arrangements? WHY isn’t the EU asking these questions? We know Orban has no plans to give up Russian gas!

annehersey
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Prices for manufacturing, heating etc...in Europe is going to be going up a lot

timothypeterson
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ban on Russia allows police to arrest the idiots.

perrycomeau
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Why do America and the NATO alliance take so long to decide actions to help the Ukraine and ultimately it could be argued themselves people die whilst they debate there must be more urgency !

stanadams
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obviously. russian is left with other pariah states like north korea and syria.

mattt
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The title of the video isn't English. It should be 'Europe intends to refuse (the use of) Russian gas' No such expression as 'refusing from'.

SWRural-fkub
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А я посмотрел, чего такая превьюха с грустным Путиным на англоязычном видео, слишком это безвкусно для европейцев. Потом увидел UA в названии канала и всё понял.

Peresichansky
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These long term contracts are problematic, that’s why Sweden still gets some gas from russia. They are written such that if we decline a delivery, we still have to pay and they will be left with the cargo. When they expire, there will be no new contracts

TheFrewah
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Stop the bullshit and work to gether! Start talking so whe all can go bild up for evrybody.

AntioneAngele-cyyb
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Ideal opportunity for Polish energy giants to invent price gouging schemes.... across the board.

johnhopkins