Gas from the South, not from Russia : the possibility of distributing natural gas from the Eastern Mediterranean to Poland and Central Europe

2024
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dc.abstract.enEnergy security plays a key role in the functioning of societies; therefore, every country should strive to ensure it. The Russian–Ukrainian dispute has destabilised the fuel market in Europe. In particular, the natural gas sector in Central and Eastern European countries (CEEs) has been disrupted. Poland was forced to reorganise its gas distribution from the eastern to the northern direction. Other Central European countries are also actively working towards independence from Russian gas. Certainly, a viable alternative for most CEEs is to access hydrocarbons located in the Eastern Mediterranean. The development of the gas transmission infrastructure between this region and the CEE can strengthen their energy security. This article provides an SWOT analysis showing that the commissioning of a new gas infrastructure for distributing gas from the Eastern Mediterranean to CEEs is important for their energy security and provides the opportunity to disconnect from Russian gas. The research results may be useful for analysts, entrepreneurs, or policymakers interested in the CEEs’ gas sector.
dc.affiliationWydział Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznych : Instytut Nauk Politycznych i Stosunków Międzynarodowych
dc.contributor.authorHebda, Wiktor - 107649
dc.date.accessioned2024-04-29T12:51:32Z
dc.date.available2024-04-29T12:51:32Z
dc.date.issued2024
dc.date.openaccess0
dc.description.abstract<jats:p>Energy security plays a key role in the functioning of societies; therefore, every country should strive to ensure it. The Russian–Ukrainian dispute has destabilised the fuel market in Europe. In particular, the natural gas sector in Central and Eastern European countries (CEEs) has been disrupted. Poland was forced to reorganise its gas distribution from the eastern to the northern direction. Other Central European countries are also actively working towards independence from Russian gas. Certainly, a viable alternative for most CEEs is to access hydrocarbons located in the Eastern Mediterranean. The development of the gas transmission infrastructure between this region and the CEE can strengthen their energy security. This article provides an SWOT analysis showing that the commissioning of a new gas infrastructure for distributing gas from the Eastern Mediterranean to CEEs is important for their energy security and provides the opportunity to disconnect from Russian gas. The research results may be useful for analysts, entrepreneurs, or policymakers interested in the CEEs’ gas sector.</jats:p>
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dc.description.number6
dc.description.versionostateczna wersja wydawcy
dc.description.volume17
dc.identifier.articleid1469
dc.identifier.doi10.3390/en17061469
dc.identifier.issn1996-1073
dc.identifier.urihttps://ruj.uj.edu.pl/handle/item/331866
dc.languageeng
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dc.share.typeotwarte czasopismo
dc.subject.ennatural gas
dc.subject.enenergy security
dc.subject.enPoland
dc.subject.enCEE
dc.subject.enEastern Mediterranean
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dc.titleGas from the South, not from Russia : the possibility of distributing natural gas from the Eastern Mediterranean to Poland and Central Europe
dc.title.journalEnergies
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Energy security plays a key role in the functioning of societies; therefore, every country should strive to ensure it. The Russian–Ukrainian dispute has destabilised the fuel market in Europe. In particular, the natural gas sector in Central and Eastern European countries (CEEs) has been disrupted. Poland was forced to reorganise its gas distribution from the eastern to the northern direction. Other Central European countries are also actively working towards independence from Russian gas. Certainly, a viable alternative for most CEEs is to access hydrocarbons located in the Eastern Mediterranean. The development of the gas transmission infrastructure between this region and the CEE can strengthen their energy security. This article provides an SWOT analysis showing that the commissioning of a new gas infrastructure for distributing gas from the Eastern Mediterranean to CEEs is important for their energy security and provides the opportunity to disconnect from Russian gas. The research results may be useful for analysts, entrepreneurs, or policymakers interested in the CEEs’ gas sector.
dc.affiliation
Wydział Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznych : Instytut Nauk Politycznych i Stosunków Międzynarodowych
dc.contributor.author
Hebda, Wiktor - 107649
dc.date.accessioned
2024-04-29T12:51:32Z
dc.date.available
2024-04-29T12:51:32Z
dc.date.issued
2024
dc.date.openaccess
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dc.description.abstract
<jats:p>Energy security plays a key role in the functioning of societies; therefore, every country should strive to ensure it. The Russian–Ukrainian dispute has destabilised the fuel market in Europe. In particular, the natural gas sector in Central and Eastern European countries (CEEs) has been disrupted. Poland was forced to reorganise its gas distribution from the eastern to the northern direction. Other Central European countries are also actively working towards independence from Russian gas. Certainly, a viable alternative for most CEEs is to access hydrocarbons located in the Eastern Mediterranean. The development of the gas transmission infrastructure between this region and the CEE can strengthen their energy security. This article provides an SWOT analysis showing that the commissioning of a new gas infrastructure for distributing gas from the Eastern Mediterranean to CEEs is important for their energy security and provides the opportunity to disconnect from Russian gas. The research results may be useful for analysts, entrepreneurs, or policymakers interested in the CEEs’ gas sector.</jats:p>
dc.description.accesstime
w momencie opublikowania
dc.description.number
6
dc.description.version
ostateczna wersja wydawcy
dc.description.volume
17
dc.identifier.articleid
1469
dc.identifier.doi
10.3390/en17061469
dc.identifier.issn
1996-1073
dc.identifier.uri
https://ruj.uj.edu.pl/handle/item/331866
dc.language
eng
dc.language.container
eng
dc.rights
Udzielam licencji. Uznanie autorstwa 4.0 Międzynarodowa
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CC-BY
dc.rights.uri
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode.pl
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otwarte czasopismo
dc.subject.en
natural gas
dc.subject.en
energy security
dc.subject.en
Poland
dc.subject.en
CEE
dc.subject.en
Eastern Mediterranean
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Article
dc.title
Gas from the South, not from Russia : the possibility of distributing natural gas from the Eastern Mediterranean to Poland and Central Europe
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Energies
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JournalArticle
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