Collaboration could prevent severe energy scarcity in Europe

Prior to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, Europe sourced a great deal of natural gas from Russia. But as a result of EU sanctions on Russia, this supply is no longer there. European countries have scrambled to find and secure new suppliers. But if both the war and these sanctions last into next winter, gas will remain in short supply—especially if next winter is a cold one and people need a lot of gas for heating.

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