In order to ensure its energy security the eu is

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Unformatted text preview: rway, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq and Algeria:54 Russia: 27%, Middle East: 19%, Norway: 16%, North Africa :12%, Other regions: 5%. 54 Energy for a Changing World, Directorate-General for Energy and Transport EU, Available on: <ec.europa.eu/energy/energy_policy/index_en.htm>. 43 © Ifri F. Harbo / The European Gas and Oil Market Figure 5. Oil import–export model for the EU + Norway Source: Available on: <europe.theoildrum.com/story/2006/9/22/95855/4850>. Gas consumption in the EU today represents 25% of the all EU energy consumption:55 46% of gas is produced within the EU; 25% of gas is imported from Russia; 15% of gas is imported from Norway; 14% of gas is imported from North Africa, the Middle East and Nigeria; 6-8% of gas is imported as LNG, the rest through pipelines. In order to ensure its energy security, the EU is interested in collaborating with diverse partners such as: Norway, Russia, the Middle East, and the Caspian region; transit countries like Ukraine and Turkey...
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