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OIES – The EU’s Plan to Rapidly Reduce Russian Gas Imports

by two-thirds by the end of 2022- Practical realities and implications

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The EU energy crisis is so much bigger than Russia’s It is driven by a flawed energy policy that failed to appreciate the scale of the decarbonization challenge. Fiscal measures are band-aid solutions that do nothing to solve the supply/demand imbalance at the core of this This could reinforce current inflation trends, making the ECB's job even harder.
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Mr Mike Fulwood, Dr Anouk Honoré, Dr Jack Sharples, Mr Marshall Hall
The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies is an energy research institution which was founded in 1982, and serves a worldwide audience with its research, guides understanding of all major energy issues. It is a Recognised Independent Centre of the University of Oxford.

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