1. Putin: US partly to blame for European gas shortages  The Hill
  2. Russia denies weaponising energy amid Europe gas crisis - BBC News  BBC News
  3. Putin says Russia is not using gas as a weapon, claims U.S. added to energy crisis  CNBC
  4. Vladimir Putin says Russia is not using energy as a weapon  CNN
  5. EU energy official says bloc must end reliance on foreign fossil fuels  The Guardian
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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said the U.S. is partly to blame for the gas shortages Europe is currently facing.Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said the U.S. is partly to blame for the gas shortages Europe is currently facing.

Putin: US partly to blame for European gas shortages | TheHill

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said the U.S. is partly to blame for the gas shortages Europe is currently facing.Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said the U.S. is partly to blame for the gas shortages Europe is currently facing.

Putin: US partly to blame for European gas shortages | TheHill

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Schiff told Insider he's still bothered by how much Trump's interests in Moscow might have influenced his "obsequious" relationship with Putin.Schiff told Insider he's still bothered by how much Trump's interests in Moscow might have influenced his "obsequious" relationship with Putin.

Schiff Says Putin Played Trump 'Like a Fiddle' by Exploiting His Greed

Russia has credibly been accused of using natural gas to punish Ukraine. Russia has credibly been accused of using natural gas to punish Ukraine.

Russia Has Not Been a ‘Reliable’ Energy Source for Europe

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that the Kremlin has “constructive” relations with Washington and voiced hope that mutual interests would eventually help normalize U.S.-Russia ties.Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that the Kremlin has “constructive” relations with Washington and voiced hope that mutual interests would eventually help normalize U.S.-Russia ties.

Putin says relations with Biden 'working and stable' | Fox Business

VLADIMIR Putin today boasted that Russian hypersonic nukes capable of wiping out entire US cities are already "on alert".The Russian leader sparked WoVLADIMIR Putin today boasted that Russian hypersonic nukes capable of wiping out entire US cities are already “on alert”. The Russian leader sparked World War III fears as he revealed h…

Putin boasts hypersonic nukes capable of wiping out US cities are bigger, better & already ‘on alert’ sparking WW3 fears

Opinion | The gas crisis is a fitting metaphor for the challenges of the modern world: complex, global, hard to fix and likely to have long and unpredictable impacts. But for many it is just easier to blame Russia.Opinion | The gas crisis is a fitting metaphor for the challenges of the modern world: complex, global, hard to fix and likely to have long and unpredictable impacts. But for many it is just easier to blame Russia.

Scapegoating Russia Over Our Gas Problems Is Not the Answer - The Moscow Times

The energy crisis leaves the Russian leader in a comfortable position.The energy crisis leaves the Russian leader in a comfortable position.

Putin promises gas to a Europe struggling with soaring prices – POLITICO

The Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty was terminated on June 13, 2002, following the unilateral US withdrawalThe Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty was terminated on June 13, 2002, following the unilateral US withdrawal

Arms race underway after US withdrawal from Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, says Putin - Military & Defense - TASS

Arms race underway after US withdrawal from Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, says Putin

Europe will need to negotiate new contracts with Russian oil giant Gazprom if it wants to receive more natural gas deliveries, the Kremlin said.Europe will need to negotiate new contracts with Russian oil giant Gazprom if it wants to receive more natural gas deliveries, the Kremlin said.

Russia says gas supplies to Europe are at maximum levels | News | DW | 13.10.2021

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The European Union’s green bond debut was a great hit, drawing record demand, according to Bloomberg.The European Union’s green bond debut was a great hit, drawing record demand, according to Bloomberg.

EU’s Green Bond Debut Comes Out Swinging | OilPrice.com

Russian President Vladimir Putin has asserted the United States ignored Afghanistan's history and culture when it invaded, as he lamented what he said was a tragedy in the country.Russian President Vladimir Putin has asserted the United States ignored Afghanistan's history and culture when it invaded, as he lamented what he said was a tragedy in the country.

Putin Says U.S. Involvement In Afghanistan Led To Tragedy

Far from emerging from the COVID shock awash with fuel, as might be expected after an economic slowdown, the world is entering a new energy crisis the like of which hasn't been seen since the 1970s.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin denied that his country is using energy as a weapon, calling it "politically-motivated blather" at the Russian Energy Week conference in Moscow on Wednesday. "This is not something we tend to use even during the hardest parts of the Cold War. Russia regularly has fulfilled its contractual obligations and supplied gas to Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)Russian President Vladimir Putin denied that his country is using energy as a weapon, calling it "politically-motivated blather" at the Russian Energy Week conference in Moscow on Wednesday. "This is not something we tend to use even during the hardest parts of the Cold War. Russia regularly has fulfilled its contractual obligations and supplied gas to Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)

Putin Denies Russia Using Energy as Weapon - Bloomberg

Vladimir Putin dismissed accusations that Russia is weaponizing its natural gas supplies in order to speed up the approval on Nord Stream 2, describing them as ‘politically motivated blather’Vladimir Putin dismissed accusations that Russia is weaponizing its natural gas supplies in order to speed up the approval on Nord Stream 2, describing them as ‘politically motivated blather’

Putin Dismisses Accusations That Russia Is Weaponizing Natural Gas | OilPrice.com

Oil prices could reach $100 a barrel, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday, adding that Moscow and its partners in the OPEC+ producer group are seeking to stabilise the global market.Oil prices could reach $100 a barrel, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday, adding that Moscow and its partners in the OPEC+ producer group are seeking to stabilise the global market.

Putin predicts oil at $100 even as OPEC+ seeks to stabilise market | Reuters

In his most direct comments to date on the contentious Russian pipeline, President Vladimir V. Putin called it an “obvious” way to relieve Europe’s soaring natural gas prices.In his most direct comments to date on the contentious Russian pipeline, President Vladimir V. Putin called it an “obvious” way to relieve Europe’s soaring natural gas prices.

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Moscow has been accused by some of playing politics with gas supplies, but there's a range of factors at work.Moscow has been accused by some of playing politics with gas supplies, but there's a range of factors at work.

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the Russian president stressed that part of the amount of gas Europe needed had been kept in Ukrainian underground storage reservoirs and a considerable amount of it belonged not to Ukrainian operators, but to European and private onesthe Russian president stressed that part of the amount of gas Europe needed had been kept in Ukrainian underground storage reservoirs and a considerable amount of it belonged not to Ukrainian operators, but to European and private ones

Irresponsible politicians in Ukraine wish to nationalize gas in underground tanks — Putin - Business & Economy - TASS

Irresponsible politicians in Ukraine wish to nationalize gas in underground tanks — Putin

The Russian president explained that the wear of the Ukrainian gas transit system is above 80%The Russian president explained that the wear of the Ukrainian gas transit system is above 80%

Further increase of gas transit through Ukrainian system dangerous, Putin notes - Business & Economy - TASS

Further increase of gas transit through Ukrainian system dangerous, Putin notes

Schiff told Insider he's still bothered by how much Trump's interests in Moscow might have influenced his "obsequious" relationship with Putin.Schiff told Insider he's still bothered by how much Trump's interests in Moscow might have influenced his "obsequious" relationship with Putin.

Rep. Adam Schiff says Russian President Vladimir Putin played Trump 'like a fiddle' by using his greed against him

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Russia is ready to deliver all of the natural gas that Europe needs, said President Vladimir Putin.Russia is ready to deliver all of the natural gas that Europe needs, said President Vladimir Putin.

Putin says Russia is ready to supply extra gas to Europe

Rising energy prices in Europe are causing tensions, but Russia's deputy foreign minister said it's not Gazprom's fault.

Gazprom pumping reserve gas to EU: Russian minister denies restriction - CGTN

The Russian president also told CNBC that accusations made against his country are “politically-motivated blather.”The Russian president also told CNBC that accusations made against his country are “politically-motivated blather.”

Putin blames Europe’s ‘systematic flaws’ for energy crisis

"It is true that we recently held military drills, the Zapad-2021 [strategic military exercise], and it was a large-scale military exercise. I reiterate that we are holding our [military] exercises on the territory of our own country," the Russian President stressed"It is true that we recently held military drills, the Zapad-2021 [strategic military exercise], and it was a large-scale military exercise. I reiterate that we are holding our [military] exercises on the territory of our own country," the Russian President stressed

Putin: Russia ready for talks with NATO, but against reporting on national military drills - Russian Politics & Diplomacy - TASS

Putin: Russia ready for talks with NATO, but against reporting on national military drills

Russian leader denies threatening neighbours, denounces US sanctions Russian leader denies threatening neighbours, denounces US sanctions

Putin says he hopes US and Russia will gradually restore relations | The Independent

Asked by CNBC’s Hadley Gamble whether the U.S. benchmark could hit $100 a barrel, Putin replied “That is quite possible.”Asked by CNBC’s Hadley Gamble whether the U.S. benchmark could hit $100 a barrel, Putin replied “That is quite possible.”

Putin: $100 Oil Is “Quite Possible” | OilPrice.com

High prices haven't resulted in more gas coming to Europe, experts say, with questions around why Russia has not taken advantage of opportunities in the market.Vladimir Putin suggested that Russia could supply more natural gas, which resulted in a fall in prices in the market.

What is Russia's role in Europe's natural gas crisis? | Euronews

"What is happening today in the energy markets of Europe is, to a certain extent, a man-made result of short-sighted policy," the Russian President added"What is happening today in the energy markets of Europe is, to a certain extent, a man-made result of short-sighted policy," the Russian President added

Russia ready to work with EU to prevent problems in energy markets — Putin - Russian Politics & Diplomacy - TASS

Russia ready to work with EU to prevent problems in energy markets — Putin

Merkel and Macron will find that any deal struck with the Kremlin will be on Mr Putin’s terms, not theirsMerkel and Macron will find that any deal struck with the Kremlin will be on Mr Putin’s terms, not theirs

Europe has found itself at Putin's mercy

The Kremlin said on Wednesday that Russian gas giant Gazprom was supplying gas to Europe at maximum levels under existing contracts and any increase would need to be negotiated with the company. "Nothing can be delivered beyond the contracts," Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters. "How? For free? It is a matter of negotiating with Gazprom." Separately, deputyThe Kremlin said on Wednesday that Russian gas giant Gazprom was supplying gas to Europe at maximum levels under existing contracts and any increase would need to be negotiated with the company.

Kremlin says Russian gas supplies to Europe are at maximum levels | Arab News

Not so long ago, the U.S. shale patch had a large influence on oil prices, challenging OPEC’s long-standing role as a price-setter, but the pandemic has changed a lot for the world’s newest swing producerNot so long ago, the U.S. shale patch had a large influence on oil prices, challenging OPEC’s long-standing role as a price-setter, but the pandemic has changed a lot for the world’s newest swing producer

Is The U.S. Still A Swing Producer Of Oil? | OilPrice.com

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