Geopolitics

How much energy does the EU import from Russia?

Europe is heavily dependent on Russia for its oil and gas. Image: UNSPLASH/Matthew Henry

Charlotte Edmond

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A chart showing how Europe relies on others for natural gas.
The majority of EU gas is imported from Russia. Image: EIA
Infographic showing EU trade with Russia.
The EU imports less Russian oil and gas than it used to. Image: Eurostat
Graph showing EU trade with Russia
Since 2012, imports and exports between the EU and Russia have decreased. Image: Eurostat

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