Member states will try for a third time in November to reach consensus on the European Investment Bank's contentious new energy lending policy.3 hours ago
Europe has plenty of gas in storage, but a cold spell coupled with disruptions to Russian supplies transiting Ukraine could lead to winter shortages, particularly in southeastern Europe.
The amendment would allow for the development of new coal mines without regional or local approval, possibly setting back Poland's switch to renewables and gas.
Sweden has refused to open up its gas market to increased competition through LNG supplies in an apparent contradiction of EU gas market objectives.
The proposed cuts to fixed revenues from transmission and distribution tariffs may hamper investments in gas networks and renewable gases.
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