With 2020 only eight years away and taking into account International Energy Agency (IEA) projections, how will Europe meet its greenhouse gas emissions targets whilst ensuring affordable energy supply? Using gas as a transition fuel means Europe must carefully weigh the risks of an increased dependency on Russia. Crispian McCredie and Ruud Weijermars, Alboran Energy Strategy Consultants, consider the dilemmas that must be solved for a new European Union energy policy.
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First published in Petroleum Review Jul-11
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