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How will it change in the future?

Most Russian gas will go East. What little remains will be dumped on the Turkey/Greece border in a storage facility. Whoever wants it can pay the going rate and then figure out how to get it to where they need it.

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How will it change in the future?

Most Russian gas will go East. What little remains will be dumped on the Turkey/Greece border in a storage facility. Whoever wants it can pay the going rate and then figure out how to get it to where they need it.

Forgot to add link and had to ninja edit so fair play on managing to answer without any context!

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No idea about the accuracy but came across this and found it very interesting.

We seem to get quite a good deal, but who are these intermediaries? German y appears to buy more yet pay more.

How might this change in the future?

http://www.rferl.org/contentinfographics/infographics/25441983.html

I can imagine we get a good deal because the Russians know we don't need their gas as much as other countries (have a look at infographic 4 we're 2nd least dependent on them) and hopefully only buy it because it is cheap. As for intermediaries it's probably one of Vlad's mates in living in London.

We import 12.46bcm from Russia but to put that into perspective the capacity of the Milford Haven LNG terminal, it can output 88mcm a day or 32bcm a year.

Knowing the Great British public if it ever got to the stage when we were highly dependent on them the very same people who oppose fracking now will be demanding to know why we didn't do earlier.

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I can imagine we get a good deal because the Russians know we don't need their gas as much as other countries (have a look at infographic 4 we're 2nd least dependent on them) and hopefully only buy it because it is cheap. As for intermediaries it's probably one of Vlad's mates in living in London.

We import 12.46bcm from Russia but to put that into perspective the capacity of the Milford Haven LNG terminal, it can output 88mcm a day or 32bcm a year.

Knowing the Great British public if it ever got to the stage when we were highly dependent on them the very same people who oppose fracking now will be demanding to know why we didn't do earlier.

Dare I suggest that perhaps they don't want there mates to be cold here either?

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I can imagine we get a good deal because the Russians know we don't need their gas as much as other countries (have a look at infographic 4 we're 2nd least dependent on them) and hopefully only buy it because it is cheap. As for intermediaries it's probably one of Vlad's mates in living in London.

We import 12.46bcm from Russia but to put that into perspective the capacity of the Milford Haven LNG terminal, it can output 88mcm a day or 32bcm a year.

Knowing the Great British public if it ever got to the stage when we were highly dependent on them the very same people who oppose fracking now will be demanding to know why we didn't do earlier.

Good point. Germany certainly seem to be 'over exposed' to Russian supplies.

How might this affect their reaction to power plays over the next decade or so.

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I can imagine we get a good deal because the Russians know we don't need their gas as much as other countries (have a look at infographic 4 we're 2nd least dependent on them) and hopefully only buy it because it is cheap. As for intermediaries it's probably one of Vlad's mates in living in London.

We import 12.46bcm from Russia but to put that into perspective the capacity of the Milford Haven LNG terminal, it can output 88mcm a day or 32bcm a year.

Knowing the Great British public if it ever got to the stage when we were highly dependent on them the very same people who oppose fracking now will be demanding to know why we didn't do earlier.

If it was left to the Greens we would end all extraction in this country, may be cover 20% at most on renewables. Meanwhile be at the mercy of the Russians and Saudis and freeze in our homes unless you were very rich.

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If it was left to the Greens we would end all extraction in this country, may be cover 20% at most on renewables. Meanwhile be at the mercy of the Russians and Saudis and freeze in our homes unless you were very rich.

I can't help but wonder how much energy we could avoid using in the first place if we made our homes more energy efficient.

It's pretty dire apparently, the UK standards released in 2000's are worse than the Scandinavian standards from the 1980's http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_efficiency_in_British_housing

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