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An energy crisis puts Europe on a long, costly path to quit Russian gas. How long can Europe's gas storage last and what are the global implications? Gain critical insights with our analysis of Europe's energy crisis.
Europe without Russian gas was hard to imagine just a few months ago. Now that the taps are off, the region is set for years of higher prices and ongoing market interventions to ease the pressure on vulnerable households and industries.
Examine the challenges facing Europe and its economy after a massive source of cheap Russian gas all but disappeared during the country's war with Ukraine.
Europe's Looming Energy Crisis
Europe’s energy economy changed almost overnight when Russia invaded Ukraine, cutting off access to a massive source of cheap, abundant natural gas. Now the EU is scrambling to secure new fuel sources and shield residents from soaring energy costs. Is this the new normal?
Nuclear Power: Getting to Critical
Climate, conflicts prompt new look at old nuclear
Governments across the globe are under increasing pressure to reconsider plans to decommission portions of their nuclear fleets to replace the loss of Russian gas.
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According to S&P Global Market Intelligence's Trade Finance Compliance Perspective report, September and October witnessed significant new developments in the Russia/Ukraine conflict. The retreat of the Russian army from key towns and strategic locations in the Ukrainian east, the threat of nuclear weapon usage and the suspected sabotage of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines have all exacerbated tensions in the ongoing conflict.
To date, the European Union (EU) has announced concurrent sanctions packages covering individuals, entities and traded goods, with the most recent 8th package released in October. The forthcoming oil price cap defined by the U.S. takes effect on 5 Dec for crude oil and 5 Feb for refined products. The cap will attempt to curtail the sale of Russian seaborne oil unless it is purchased at or below the price cap.
Assess the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on trade compliance operations.
Learn how trends in trade are shaped by current geopolitical changes and the anticipated shifts following new international policies and agreements.
A world rebalancing
We see five organizing themes that will drive the economic and risk environment in 2023: global security unsettled, energy trade-offs, precarious supply chains, reshuffling labor markets and economic dissonance.
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