EU imports of Russian LNG ‘at all-time high’

The EU’s liquified natural gas imports reached record levels in the first half of 2022, shipping analysts have found, with unprecedented deliveries from Russia despite EU efforts to wean itself off the country’s gas supplies.

by Christian Ernhede
An LNG terminal in Cyprus, May 2022. EU imports of LNG have surged following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Photo: Danil Shamkin/NurPhoto via Getty Images
An LNG terminal in Cyprus, May 2022. EU imports of LNG have surged following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Photo: Danil Shamkin/NurPhoto via Getty Images

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