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Explained: Why higher gas costs lead to higher food prices
The connection partly lies in fertilisers, which require a great deal of gas to be produced.
'It will get worse': Euro inflation adds to Lithuania's economic woes
A refugee crisis on the border with Belarus, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the consequences of sanctions against its neighbours all conspire to create a sense of economic uncertainty in the small Baltic nation.
EU allows Spain and Portugal to cap electricity prices temporarily
The political agreement should result in electricity bills being temporarily halved for about 40% of Spanish and Portuguese consumers with regulated rates.
Where does each EU country stand on cutting off Russian oil and gas?
An energy embargo to stop financing Putin's war machine continues to divide the bloc, but the EU and its member states are actively seeking to reduce their dependence on Russian fossil fuels.
As the war in Ukraine rages on, Europe braces itself for stagflation
The war in Ukraine has sent inflation in the eurozone soaring, threatening the post-pandemic recovery.
Ukraine war pushes eurozone's inflation to a record 7.5%
Energy prices are once again the main drivers behind soaring inflation, recording a 44.7% rise on an annual basis.
EU leaders rebuff Spain's pleas for reforms to curb electricity prices
The European Council only gave Spain and Portugal permission to introduce a price cap on electricity.
What's on Joe Biden's packed agenda in Brussels today?
In what is set to be a busy day, Biden will become the first US president to participate physically at an EU summit.
EU is seeking alternatives to break free from Russian fossil fuels
Brussels will unveil its strategy on Tuesday to find alternative energy sources.
EU gas supplies on 'safe side' for winter even if Russia cuts tap
Russia supplies about 40% of the EU's gas.
Inflation in eurozone forecast to hit 4.8% amid soaring energy prices
Energy prices, supply chain bottlenecks, the Omicron variant and geopolitical tensions are all fuelling inflationary pressures.
What is Nord Stream 2 and how does it link to Russia-Ukraine crisis?
Approval of the natural gas pipeline has been put on hold since last September.
Is Europe still battling an energy crisis after Putin's gas pledge?
Europe’s natural gas crisis is droning on with high prices and concerning low storage levels as much of winter still looms.
EU wants to phase out natural gas by 2049 to fight climate change
The European Commission has unveiled new plans to promote "low-carbon gasses" and allow joint procurement of supplies.
Eurozone inflation hits 13-year high amid persistent energy crunch
Prices across the eurozone rose by 4.1% in October, up from 3.4% in September.
Why Europe's energy prices are soaring and could get much worse
A combination of market, geographic, and political factors have coalesced into a perfect storm, threatening to derail the economic recovery and hurt household incomes.
EU countries dismiss Spain's calls for energy market intervention
Spain has been pushing for a change in the current rules to decouple the prices of electricity and natural gas.
9 EU countries say no to market reform to tackle energy crunch
Led by Germany, the nine countries argue the current energy crisis is temporary and the existing rules are the most competitive and efficient.
EU summit: No major breakthrough in energy crunch and Polish row
The European Council rejected a push from Eastern countries to build fences under EU funding to prevent the arrival of new migrants.
What's really going on with the EU's energy crisis?
Not every country agrees on how to move forward, even if most are feeling the impact of the energy crunch.
More EU citizens being 'pushed' into energy poverty amid crisis
Stefan Goemare from energy poverty organisation Samenlevingsopbouw says he is seeing more people struggling to pay their bills.
'Slap in the face': EU leaders ask Poland to respect EU law primacy
"I do believe Poland has gone too far," said Irish Prime Minister Micheál Martin ahead of a two-day European summit in Brussels.
Energy-intensive industries want 'compensation' for green transition
Peter Claes, President of the IFIEC (International Federation of Industrial Energy Consumers) Europe told Euronews that companies that use a lot of energy to make their products are bearing the brunt of increased energy costs, despite acting to reduce their carbon footprints.
EU summit: Polish legal row and energy prices to take centre stage
The meeting, which will probably be Chancellor Merkel's last council, will also include discussions on trade deals, digital transformation and migration.
Brussels mulls EU-wide gas reserve to prevent energy price volatility
The European Commission has unveiled a series of short-term measures to palliate the ongoing energy crunch, together with proposals for the long haul.
Energy security dominates EU-Ukraine summit as prices surge
The annual summit between Brussels and Kyiv was held in the Ukrainian capital on Tuesday.