The EU’s determination to enhance its energy security through the diversification of supply routes, the interconnection of national grids, the enforcement of anti-monopoly regulation, and ensuring better cooperation and coordination within the Union, has made – and continues to make – an impact on Russia’s strategy of energy exports.
Gazprom, the company that has been criticized for monopoly practices and politicized business actions, is amending its attitude in compliance with the Third Energy Package and offers new flexible terms to attract...
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