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5 things you should know about Europe’s energy crisis

Europe's energy crisis is growing. Image: KWON JUNHO/Unsplash

Sean Fleming

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Global natural gas demand by region, 2008-2024
Gas demand is expected to fully recover in 2021 from its drop in 2020. Image: IEA


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Global natural gas demand by region, 2008-2024
Forecasts predict a modest growth in gas production Image: IEA

Change in global energy prices.
Global energy prices are heading up Image: Fortune/Bloomberg/Bank of America

Winter land surface temperatures compared to the 20th century average.
Winters have been getting warmer on average – but extreme cold snaps are also present. Image: NOAA

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