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Does the the same apply to Russian energy powerhouses?
It has become increasingly clear that Europe will need to import from multiple sources.
We have a strong positive view on Gazprom shares given its unstoppable growth of Russian natural gas exports to Europe.
Not everything is priced into these shares.
Demand for vessels to ship liquefied natural gas is outpacing supply, which is a positive for this LNG shipper.
Our top pick to play the global gas markets is Russia's Gazprom.
A new trade route for Russia's liquified natural gas is opening up north of the Arctic Circle.
Russia is looking to expand its global LNG market share by offering up to 49% of a new production unit to foreign investors.
Russia's Novatek is partnering with French and Chinese counterparts to build a second LNG plant.
With the slump in commodity prices you should avoid emerging-market economies reliant upon natural resources such as Russia and Brazil. China and India are different stories.
U.S. sanctions can backfire against publicly traded energy companies with significant exposure to Russia, Putin warned.
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