The New Age of Energy Crisis and Diplomacy
Energy pressures due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are continuing to shape a new global energy future. One EU embargo Russia’s coal imports taking effect today are only part of the bigger picture.
Energy bills are skyrocketing in places like the UK, where analysts predict poverty could be an issue as early as January as Britons try to keep up the momentum. Electricity bill. But there is hope.
“If Russia’s energy wars have revived an old enmity with Europe, new relationships are revitalizing relations between previously cold partners,” said Cipher Brief and Energy Expert. here and the old enemy”. Norm Roule.
“Europe has engaged in a wide range of diplomatic engagements with non-traditional partners in Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.”
What about in other places? How has the energy crisis caused by Russia’s aggression impacted energy markets around the world, and how do new geopolitical dynamics affect the future of energy?
As China looks at new pipelines with Russia and African countries looking for new energy connections, The Cipher Brief spoke to Roule, who travels to the Middle East regularly, to talk about the metrics we’re looking at. I need to search to better understand the bad things that can happen. before they get better.
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