Viewpoint  |  6 June 2011

Natural gas vehicles should take their rightful place in the debate on the future of European energy

Alexei Miller, Gazprom

This conference is taking place at a time that can be rightly called a turning point for the European energy sector. Many external factors are forcing Europeans to take a fresh look at the target model for the continent’s energy security.

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