Georgi Kantchev, Joe Wallace, and Matthew Dalton write in The Wall Street Journal on Europe’s energy supplies.
- Russia has cut off gas supply to Poland and Bulgaria in the latest round of energy warfare in Europe.
- Countries in the EU are scrambling to diversify their supply of energy, looking to Sweden, North Africa, and the U.S.
- The European Commission expects that its reserve supply of natural gas will hit 80% capacity by this winter and will continue to cut ties with Russia.
- As the situation in Europe highlights, it is essential to have reliable, affordable, and secure energy to protect national and economic interests.
Read the full article here.