Oil & Gas

Picture: Tyra Field

Europe has the world’s lowest level of energy self-sufficiency. 23 percent of oil consumption and 46 percent of gas consumption are produced within Europe’s borders. This means that Europe is dependent on oil and gas imports from other countries – first and foremost Russia, but also from, for example, the Middle East and the United States.

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