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REUTERS/Balazs Koranyi - An oil and gas drilling rig owned by Transocean Ltd sits idle in the Grand Harbor in Valletta, Malta October 22, 2015.


The challenge of completing the EU internal market for natural gas

November 2015, Tim Boersma

Central to European thinking on energy policy has been the notion that liberalization and further integration of markets will enhance energy security, drive down costs, and, in combination with other policies, increase sustainability. For a majority of the EU this approach arguably has already delivered in terms of energy security, though in the current climate of geopolitical rhetoric many analysts and politicians give another impression.

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