Gas imports: expensive road to independence

Above all, natural gas had to be cheap and not too harmful to the climate. The argument of supply security has not carried too much weight so far – at least not in Germany. After all, Russia, by far the most important gas supplier, has always been reliable, so the common argument goes – even during the height of the Cold War.

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