How gas causes geopolitical conflicts — An explainer


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Thodoris Chondrogiannos
23 November 2020
Gas is a geopolitical fuel. It requires a network — of LNG terminals and pipelines — to be delivered. Countries with access to gas reserves and infrastructure can acquire geopolitical advantages at the expense of nations which need gas imports.

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