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    EU increased LNG purchases in 2022 to 134 billion cubic meters

    February 6, 2023 - Turan Information Agency


      Baku/06.02.23//Turan: The EU increased purchases of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2022 to 134 bcm from 80 bcm in 2021, European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson stated at a press conference in Baku, which is shown on the website of the European Commission.

      "The European Union partially solved its challenges last year by attracting more LNG from world markets. In 2021, the European Union, its 27 countries, received 80 bcm of LNG, and last year - 134 billion," she said.

      The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said earlier that Russia, which has traditionally been the main supplier of "blue fuel" for the EU, reduced 80% of gas supplies to the European Union in eight months of last year. The countries of the region were able, according to her, to replace the retired volumes of Russian "blue fuel" without resorting to power outages. -0


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