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Listen: US Congress proposes raft of new Russia sanctions that could hit energy trade

US lawmakers in both chambers of Congress have proposed a raft of new sanctions to counter Russian interference in US elections and alleged use of banned weapons. Most of the bills target energy trade or investment, whether it's Russian joint ventures with western oil companies or the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

We spoke with Agnia Grigas, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and author of The New Geopolitics of Natural Gas. She walked us through some of the potential risks to oil and gas investment in Europe and Russia.

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