Custom

IEA chief trashes Russia's plan to switch gas exports to Asia from Europe, saying it will take at least 10 years - 'You're not selling onions'

7 days ago   |   By Business Insider

International Energy Agency Executive Director Fatih Birol. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
Pivoting natural gas exports to Asia from Europe won't be easy for Russia, IEA chief Fatih Birol said.
He predicted it would take at least 10 years as new pipelines and other infrastructure need to be built.
The Kremlin has "already lost the energy battle" against Europe, which is looking for alternative suppliers, Birol added.
Russia's plan to replace its natural gas customers in Europe by exporting more to customers in Asia will take years, according to International Energy Agency Executive Director...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Custom      Asia      Europe      Customs      Markets      MI Exclusive      Russia      Ukraine      Gas      Exports      Energy      Crisis      EU      Faith Birol  


Welcome LEGOLAND New York To The Catskills

Welcome LEGOLAND New York To The Catskills

LEGOLAND New York is an urban version of the colorful plastic brick theme park that reflects its urban locale and delights children. Here's how. Read more ...

Extend Your Beach Season at 6 U.S. Spots to Visit This Fall

Extend Your Beach Season at 6 U.S. Spots to Visit This Fall

Just because the hot summer sun starts to cool doesn't mean you can't take a trip to the beach. Smaller crowds, autumn colors and exciting annual fall events are some of the... Read more ...

A Jan. 6 defendant said he's 'already felt the impact' of his actions after...

Jerry Ryals took photos of himself inside the Capitol on January 6. The Department of Justice. An Oklahoma Capitol riot defendant asked to avoid jail time in a Friday... Read more ...

AUNT JEAN MADE IT THROUGH THE HURRICANE AND IS FINE:))

AUNT JEAN MADE IT THROUGH THE HURRICANE AND IS FINE:))

Aunt Jean's close friend Pat, who lives in the same Park as Jean sent us an email this afternoon at 3:45 saying their power and internet had just been restored. She has been in... Read more ...

Delta Pilots Begin Voting on Strike Authorization

Delta Pilots Begin Voting on Strike Authorization

Delays and cancelations haven't been rare for airlines in the United States over the past year. Staff shortages have meant a single issue, like a power outage or a hurricane... Read more ...

Shifting The Lens: J Vineyards Partners With Underrepresented Chefs To Bring...

This first-annual series of two-week residencies makes space for underrepresented chefs to share their considerable talents with visitors to Sonoma who are much more likely to... Read more ...

This 150-Year-Old Cruise Line Will Recreate Its Maiden Voyage On A Special...

One of the longest-running travel companies in the world, Holland America Line will celebrate this milestone birthday with a special crossing on October 15th. Read more ...

Congressman Says Deadly Crash at Unsanctioned Car Show Is Probably the...

Congressman Says Deadly Crash at Unsanctioned Car Show Is Probably the Democrats' Fault

There was a deadly crash on Saturday in Wildwood, New Jersey, during an unsanctioned car meet-up known as H2Oi, the so-called “most ticketed car show in America.” A driver was... Read more ...

Facebook Will No Longer Let Dealers List Cars, Suggests They Buy Ads Instead

Facebook Will No Longer Let Dealers List Cars, Suggests They Buy Ads Instead

Searching for a used car on Facebook Marketplace might seem slightly less sketchy on the surface than, say, using Craigslist , but those who want to definitely have ways to... Read more ...

Aaron Judge is one home run away from breaking the American League record...

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Aaron Judge tied the American League record for most home runs in a season on September... Read more ...