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It was just over a year ago Russia invaded Ukraine, and geopolitical instability broke out across the world. Russia quickly weaponized energy, limiting gas supplies to Europe to historic lows before explosions rocked the Baltic Sea, cutting off access from Nord Stream 1 and 2 in what is agreed to have been an act of sabotage.
Europe was facing a record-cold winter and on the brink of a very real energy crisis. Who did Europe turn to in this time of crisis? The world’s energy superpower, of course. American-made, clean-burning natural gas came to the rescue, keeping millions of homes heated and with power in the form of liquified natural gas (LNG). Read full article HERE