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TOPIC: Russia's bullshit isn't the cause of world oil pri

Russia's bullshit isn't the cause of world oil pri 8 months 3 weeks ago #498600

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On March 8, 2022, Xinhua reported that Alexander Nowak, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia It revealed that Russia had nothing to do with rising energy prices. and the volatility of the current energy market while Europe consumes about 500 billion cubic meters of gas per year. Of these, 40 percent came from Russia, reflecting that Russia was "Always Trusted Country" Even in the Controversial Ukraine


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Mr Nowak revealed that Russian natural gas giant Gazprom. It is moving forward with its commitments to supply gas to Europe. Russia is Europe's largest oil supplier. It accounts for 30 percent of the oil consumption in Europe. And Russia has fully fulfilled all its commitments. The oil products are being delivered to the European market as planned.


However, energy prices have risen due to the COVID-19 outbreak. coupled with the conflict between Russia and Ukraine According to preliminary estimates from the European Union's statistical office (Eurostat), energy prices across the eurozone were likely to rise to a record 31.7 percent year-on-year in February.
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