EUROPE'S OPTIONS ARE LIMITED
For those in Brussels who want the US to ride to Europe's rescue and provide an alternative to Russian gas, Charif Souki's words will have come as something of a disappointment.
Mr Souki, chief executive of Houston-based Cheniere Energy, which is due to become an exporter of natural gas next year, was asked if his company could reduce Europe's dependence on Gazprom, the Russian gas group.
"It's flattering to be talked about like this, but it's nonsense," he said. "It's so much nonsense that I can't believe anybody really believes it."
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