Energy Security Stakes and Russia – Ukraine Tensions

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This week, the CSIS Energy Security and Climate Change Program looks at some of the energy implications from growing tensions between Ukraine and Russia. Joseph Majkut, Nikos Tsafos, and Ben Cahill look at recent developments to understand what a possible invasion of Russia into the Ukraine would mean for EU energy security and international energy markets. They also discuss the policy and market levers that the United States and the EU have available to counter any interruptions to the energy supply or to punish potential actions by Russia.

For more, please see recent CSIS analysis:

Ben Cahill: Oil Market Cannot Afford to Lose Russian Supplies

https://www.csis.org/analysis/oil-market-cannot-afford-lose-russian-supplies

Nikos Tsafos: Can European Energy Cope with a Conflict in Ukraine?

https://www.csis.org/analysis/can-european-energy-cope-conflict-ukraine

Nikos Tsafos: To Deter Russia, Threaten its Role in the Green Economy

https://www.euractiv.com/section/energy/opinion/to-deter-russia-threaten-its-role-in-the-green-economy/

CSIS: Press Briefing: The Russian Threat to Ukraine

https://www.csis.org/events/press-briefing-russian-threat-ukraine

CSIS: Crisis Crossroads: Ukraine

https://www.csis.org/programs/crisis-crossroads-ukraine

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Joseph Majkut
Director, Energy Security and Climate Change Program
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Ben Cahill
Senior Fellow, Energy Security and Climate Change Program