The think tank Friends of Europe has released a publication in english by
Matthieu Auzanneau, Public Affairs and Forecasting Manager for the
Shift, about the future of the fossil-fuel supply in Europe.
“Beyond today’s geopolitical tensions, the future of oil and gas supplies to the European Union is strongly dependent on significant physical, technical and economic constraints not generally known to policymakers.
Europe is surrounded by energy-producing regions that for years have been confronted with oil and gas outputs which are either declining, or on the verge of decline. This situation has very little to do with so-called “above ground” issues. It is the consequence of a long-foreseen finitude of hydrocarbon reserves.” writes Matthieu Auzanneau.
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