EC's Ristori worries about energy security post-Ukraine

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Dominique Ristori - European Commission
Dominique Ristori, EC director-general for energy

Dominique Ristori, the director-general for energy at the European Commission, has voiced concern about Europe’s energy security amid the crisis in Ukraine, saying the European Union needs to respond by focusing on cross-border initiatives aimed at improving the resilience of its energy market.

Speaking during an exclusive interview with Energy Risk, Ristori reiterates the findings of a May 28 strategy document by the EC, which highlights the need to reduce the EU’s dependence on Russian imports

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