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Explained: Why an EU embargo on Russian gas might be a long way off
Many EU leaders want to cut off Russian gas, but say they just can't see it happening.
Explained: What is LNG and why does the EU want so much of it?
The bloc wants to wean itself off Russian gas using this liquid alternative, which is costlier but more flexible.
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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.
'Historic day': EU sets mandatory gas storage level for winter supply
EU member states will need to have their gas storage facilities filled at 80% capacity before next winter, according to a new draft law.
Five things to know about EU's big plan to cut Russian fossil fuels
The European Commission has unveiled an ambitious plan which will require an extra €210 billion in investments by 2027.
Any EU state could be next victim of Russian energy cuts — Commission
The European Commission is due to publish proposals on a potential Russian oil embargo, following a meeting of energy ministers in Brussels.
How will Bulgaria cope without Russian gas?
Bulgaria received the vast majority of its gas supply from Russia and is now turning to Greece. Will it be enough?
Poland and Bulgaria could manage without Russia gas but not for long
Gazprom's decision to switch off the taps won't hit consumers just yet but industries in Poland and Bulgaria are likely to be hit.
EU blasts 'blackmail' as Russia cuts gas tap to Poland and Bulgaria
Ursula von der Leyen called Gazprom's decision "yet another attempt by Russia to use gas as an instrument of blackmail" while Charles Michel said it was an "aggressive unilateral move by Russia'.
After coal, the EU faces an uphill battle to ban Russian oil and gas
As EU countries agree to ban Russian coal, all eyes turn to oil and gas, Moscow's most profitable exports.
Watch: Do MEPs think the EU should ban imports of Russian gas and oil?
The bloc has decided to phase out all purchases of Russian coal. Should oil and gas be next?
EU's spending since war began: Russian energy €35bn; Ukraine aid €1bn
The "gigantic difference" reflects the need for the EU to become independent from Russian fossil fuels, the bloc's foreign policy chief said.
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.
Brussels aims to coordinate gas purchases in bid to lower costs
There are currently 160 storage facilities in the EU that are around 26% full.
EU will slash imports of Russian gas by two thirds by 2023
Brussels aims to replace the supply with LNG from countries like Qatar and the US.
What is SWIFT and why is expelling Russia a 'last resort'?
A third package of EU sanctions could see Russia cut off from the international payment system, a radical move that would also hit the bloc.
Europe looks for alternate gas solutions but could it be left in cold?
The continent is largely reliant on imports of gas to meet its energy needs.
Brussels controversially labels gas and nuclear as green energy
The European Commission says gas and nuclear will act as "transitional" energy sources before renewables become widespread.
Why is the EU's green label for nuclear and gas so controversial?
The bloc's taxonomy classification system for sustainable financing is being called into question over fears of greenwashing.
Can Europe survive if Russia stops supplying it gas?
EU member states could face the prospect of gas shortages in the event of sanctions against Russia over the crisis with Ukraine.
EU divided on gas & nuclear energy but what do countries rely on most?
France is the most dependent country on nuclear energy, while Italy is the most reliant on natural gas.
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.
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.
MEPs call for investigation into EU energy market manipulation
The European Parliament held a debate on Wednesday to discuss rising energy bills.
EU divided over response to soaring, 'unbearable' energy prices
Economic and finance ministers met in Luxembourg, laying bare intra-EU divisions.
MEPs vote to place carbon tax on select imports from outside EU
The European Parliament voted for the European Commission to come up with a legislative proposal to stop so-called 'carbon leakage'.