Russia is using the environmental benefits of importing pipeline gas rather than LNG as a selling point to win public acceptance for the planned Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
A study commissioned by the Gazprom-owned Nord Stream 2 company highlighted the environmental benefits to Europe of receiving piped gas from Russia compared with long-distance LNG supplies – for example from the United States, Australia, Algeria or Qatar.
The study – carried out by consultancy Thinkstep and presented at Gazprom’s Brussels office this week – argues that piped...
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