Gazprom and Greece are both in deep trouble with the European Commission, which is one of the reasons that they were making eyes at each other in Athens on Tuesday as they worked to undermine EU energy solidarity by addressing the issue of building a pipeline across the Balkans.
The Commission is scheduled Wednesday to unveil a charge sheet against Gazprom on accusations that it abused its market power.
Greece, pinned to the wall by increasingly angry creditors, also made no secret of its willingness to play the Russian card and potentially gain a lucrative energy project.
Alexei Miller, Gazprom’s CEO, was in …read more
Source: European Voice