The U.S.A. and the EU have declared a serious deal on liquified gas, in a trial to cut back Europe’s reliance on Russian energy.
The agreement can see the U.S.A. offer the EU with a minimum of fifteen billion extra cubic metres of the fuel – called LNG – by the end of the year.
The axis has already said it’ll cut Russian gas use in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
That will mean increasing imports and generating a lot of renewable energy.
The deal was declared on Fri throughout a three-day visit by U.S.A. President Joe Biden to brussels.
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