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Lithuania turns to liquid gas

May 9, 2014

Ever since the unrest flared up in Ukraine, Europe has been looking to reduce its dependence on Russian natural gas.


Baltic member states have been particularly rattled by the stand-off between Moscow and Kiev. The EU relies on Russia for almost a third of its natural gas supplies. And most of it is transported via a pipeline that runs through Ukraine. Lithuania has started looking for alternatives.

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