EU's Russian energy bluff exposed; Spain’s LNG import from Moscow soar by 151% year-on-year in Feb
The European Union has proven to be a plaster saint yet again for its sermons to the world over the use of Russian energy amid war. While the EU is lecturing Russian allies, including India, its own member state, Spain, is rapidly stockpiling liquefied natural gas from Moscow. Data from Spanish energy major Enagas shows that Madrid's LNG imports from Russia more than doubled in February 2023 compared to the same month last year. Spain's purchases jumped 151.4% to the equivalent of 5.46 terawatt-hours (TWH) last month, up from 2.17 TWH in February 2022, according to Enagas data. Watch this report for more.