Jonathan Stern on the EU and Gas: past, present, and future

In our new podcast Jonathan Stern, Head of Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, discusses the past, present and future of the EU and gas. Recorded in Vienna where Jonathan was co-chairing the ‘EU-Russia Energy Dialogue Gas Advisory Council’, and Jean-Michel Glachant (Director of the Florence School of Regulation) attending.

In this interview we get a basic understanding where the EU is today with gas and where it is going. According to Jonathan, “The big problem that we have at the moment in Europe, and this is a new problem, is that we see domestic production beginning to going down much faster than we thought, principally because of the situation in the Netherlands.”

 


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