For decades Russian oil and gas have been an essential part of European energy imports. Now, two weeks into the fighting in Ukraine, there is an increasing concern that the flows of Russian oil and gas toward the west will be sharply curtailed, or even stopped, by an initiative of either party.
This Thursday on March 10, Julius Andersson, Assistant Professor at the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE), together with Chloé Le Coq, Professor at the Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas and Research Fellow at SITE, Sergej Gubin, Research Fellow at BICEPS, and Paweł Wróbel, Managing Director of the BalticWind.EU will discuss what the Russian oil and gas flow reduction means for global markets.
What are the likely implications of the Russian oil and gas ban for the EU? How oil and gas flow reduction can affect global energy markets? How big a problem is it for Russia? Join the webinar and learn more.
The webinar will be available to join via the Zoom platform. However, registration is required. Please register via the Zoom registration platform (click here). After registration, you will receive a confirmation email which includes the Zoom link and passcode.
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