The Russian invasion of Ukraine has spawned turbulence in global markets, but none as dramatic as reshaping the map for energy supply accessibility and affordability. As European countries recalibrate their economies to lessen dependence on Russian-supplied hydrocarbons, the United States is poised to bolster Europe’s energy security partially for the foreseeable future, and to support Ukraine’s fight on behalf of democratic values. But as it and other suppliers encourage increased sales of liquefied natural gas to aid Europe, how does this emphasis on energy security square with US domestic and international commitments to lessen dependence on fossil energy to meet climate challenges? Can the United States meaningfully fulfill both these expectations?
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