March 2020, Vol. 247, No. 3


Pipelines Bringing ‘Stranded’ Nations into EU Energy Market

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor In a nutshell, supplies of North Sea gas to Europe are in terminal decline. This fact, combined with EU enlargement, underpins the current wave of long- and short-distance pipeline projects, designed to bring gas to Northern, Southern and Eastern Europe.  The soon-to-be completed pipelines crossing the North Sea, the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea, as well as the Adriatic Sea, will diversify Europe’s gas supplies and bring “stranded” countries into the EU single energy market.  In the north, to be completed in months, is NordStream 2, which crosses the Baltic Sea and makes landfall in Greifswald in northeast

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