Agata Łoskot-Strachota is a Visiting fellow at Bruegel. She is also a Senior fellow at the Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW) focusing on energy policy. For the past number of years, Agata has coordinated OSW’s research work on the European gas market and acted as a senior analyst for European Union energy policy. Her areas of expertise include the oil and gas sectors of Russia and countries of the Caspian region, Central, Eastern and Southern Europe and the Balkans; the energy dimension of international relations and energy policy in the EU and the post-Soviet area.
The change of government in Poland and the Russian aggression in Ukraine provide an opportunity for a new opening for Polish-German energy relations.
The conflict has already cut gas supplies to Israel and could start to have wider impacts by weighing on exports
The EU lacks the coordination structure and transparent data necessary to most effectively navigate an embargo on Russian oil.
Letter published in Science.
The 2 May meeting of EU energy ministers should deliver strong and common EU action. Failing to do so would undermine Europe’s unity, energy security
Infrastructure bottlenecks prevent Russia from selling all the oil it wants to bring to market, even at lower prices.
The European energy landscape has changed markedly in 2014. Now the EU must rethink its relationship over gas with Russia and Ukraine.
The October 2014 agreement on gas supplies between Russia, Ukraine and the EU did not resolve the Ukraine-Russia conflict over gas. This&nbs