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Main Takeaways for the week of January 26, 2022

Russian invasion of Ukraine is a highly likely, and Europe is not prepared to intervene. While Europe has enough spare LNG import capacity, this capacity is in the wrong places. Markets for coal, LNG, and oil are all on the rise due to combination of stable demand and supply disruptions. Iran continues its reemergence: China and South Korea sidestep American sanctions and the Houthis strike UAE. Massive blackouts in Central Asia. Solar and wind curtailments hit all-time high in California.


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French Nuclear Giant’s Fall Risks Energy Security for All of Europe, by Francois de Beaupuy and Machel Morison for Bloomberg.


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