Embargo na gaz, ropę i węgiel z Rosji. Czy jest możliwe?
A photograph shows the Utrenneye field, the resource base for Novatek's Arctic LNG 2 project, located in the Gydan Peninsula on the Kara Sea shore line in the Arctic circle, some 2500 km from Moscow on November 30, 2021. - As part of the The Arctic LNG 2 mega-project gravity-based structures (GBS) a platform is being constructed in Belokamenka near Murmansk. The 450-tonne platform will house liquefied natural gas (LNG) production in the Gydan Peninsula in the western Siberia region of Russia. Once construction is complete, the concrete structures will be flooded. The platform will float up and be towed to the Utrenneye gas field. The construction the structure is part of a new LNG project for Novatek, the largest natural gas producer in Russia. This platform aims to be completed by August 2022. (Photo by Natalia KOLESNIKOVA / AFP)

Embargo na gaz, ropę i węgiel zdruzgotałoby reżim Putina. A czy Zachód dałby radę? [ANALIZA]