Gas Dominates EU Energy Horizon

The use of electricity from gas is expected to rise in the European Union and Russia's Gazprom continues be the big supplier

The importance of gas for keeping the lights on in the EU's five biggest economies will grow in the next 15 to 25 years, raising the stakes for EU-Russia relations and breaking taboos on nuclear power, analyst Ernst & Young predicts.

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