the refusal of Russian gas will be a disaster for the EU

Europe may refuse to buy gas from Russia
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If the European Union abandons Russian gas and switches to American fuel, it will turn into a climate catastrophe for it. This was stated by Sierra Club Senior Energy Director Kelly Sheehan.

Additional supplies to Europe of 15 billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas from the United States, and after increasing supplies to 50 billion cubic meters per year will extend the period of abandonment of fossil fuels for years, Sheehan said. “Permission to expand new and expanded gas export facilities will mark decades of dependence on risky fossil fuels and lead to disaster for our climate and already congested Gulf Coast communities,” Sheehan was quoted as saying by The Guardian.

Cassie Siegel, director of the Institute for Climate Law at the Center for Biological Diversity, also said there was a threat of increased fuel supplies from the United States to Europe. She called the decision to set up new toxicity export facilities and extend methane gas for decades a “death sentence” for climate fighters. According to her, this will not help deal with the crisis in Europe. “The approval of more export terminals, pipelines and fossil fuel production is only adding fuel to the fire of our burning world,” Siegel said.

The United States has given up Russian gas and oil after launching a special operation in Ukraine. The United States and the European Union have also imposed sanctions on Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to sell gas to unfriendly countries only for rubles. They also include European countries that have yet to decide whether to buy gas from Russia in that currency. According to the VTsIOM poll, 76% of citizens supported the decision of the President of the Russian Federation, another 27% of respondents believe that such measures will help strengthen the ruble. Sanctions against Russia have been in place since the early 2000s, with restrictions tightening in recent months. According to the Russian leader, the purpose of the sanctions is to “abolish” Russia and discriminate against all Russians.

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If the European Union abandons Russian gas and switches to American fuel, it will turn into a climate catastrophe for it. This was stated by Sierra Club Senior Energy Director Kelly Sheehan. Additional supplies to Europe of 15 billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas from the United States, and after increasing supplies to 50 billion cubic meters per year will extend the period of abandonment of fossil fuels for years, Sheehan said. “Permission to expand new and expanded gas export facilities will mark decades of dependence on risky fossil fuels and lead to disaster for our climate and already congested Gulf Coast communities,” Sheehan was quoted as saying by The Guardian. Cassie Siegel, director of the Institute for Climate Law at the Center for Biological Diversity, also said there was a threat of increased fuel supplies from the United States to Europe. She called the decision to set up new toxicity export facilities and extend methane gas for decades a “death sentence” for climate fighters. According to her, this will not help deal with the crisis in Europe. “The approval of more export terminals, pipelines and fossil fuel production is only adding fuel to the fire of our burning world,” Siegel said. The United States has given up Russian gas and oil after launching a special operation in Ukraine. The United States and the European Union have also imposed sanctions on Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to sell gas to unfriendly countries only for rubles. They also include European countries that have yet to decide whether to buy gas from Russia in that currency. According to the VTsIOM poll, 76% of citizens supported the decision of the President of the Russian Federation, another 27% of respondents believe that such measures will help strengthen the ruble. Sanctions against Russia have been in place since the early 2000s, with restrictions tightening in recent months. According to the Russian leader, the purpose of the sanctions is to “abolish” Russia and discriminate against all Russians.

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