House of Lords calls for energy partnership with the EU

The British government should “urgently” conclude a binding agreement with the EU on closer cooperation on emergency energy supplies, the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee has called. The UK has LNG export capacity that could supply the EU if necessary, while the EU has gas storage facilities from which the kingdom could benefit, the House of Lords wrote in a report published Thursday.

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