Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Trump scolds Europe on gas

Trump scolds Europe on gas

"Supplies of pipeline gas do not lead to dependence of one country on another but to complete mutual dependence". "Germany is totally controlled by Russian Federation, because they will be getting from 60 to 70% of their energy from Russian Federation and a new pipeline", Trump quipped.

The Trudeau government and the Trump administration have found common ground at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit - shared concern over a proposed Russian pipeline that would cross through the Baltic Sea into Germany. "Russian gas can and should be part of the European market, but that market needs to be open and competitive".

In May 2016, Kerry was speaking in Washington, D.C. together with Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz and European Union High Representative Federica Mogherini, where he expressed concerns about the very same energy project Germany is undergoing. So we're supposed to protect Germany, but they're getting their energy from Russian Federation.

"The question is what happens to Germany's gas imports when the Netherlands stops exporting its gas".

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"As far as, say, the organization of various attacks on this commercial project, we said earlier that we thought it was a manifestation of unfair competition", he added.

"It will have to be somehow replaced with something, and there is an opening for LNG (liquified natural gas), obviously, if Nord Stream-2 gets cancelled...this opening will be larger".

"Germany closer to the United States, because in many ways much more dependent on the U.S. than from Russian Federation".

He added the US criticism of the planned Nord Stream 2 pipeline was rooted in Washington's desire to encourage European Union nations to buy more expensive liquefied gas from the U.S. The Kremlin spokesman said President Donald Trump's anti-Russia comments showed an escalation in the USA campaign to talk down Russian gas supplies to Europe. He said he also mentioned tripartite talks [on gas - EU-RF-Ukraine], which they will hold.

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