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Commission: Gas will still be important in 30 years

Natural gas will constitute a large part of the energy mix in the EU – both now and in the long term, a Commission representative stated Wednesday during a major gas conference in the Netherlands.

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In the EU Commission's discussions on the future energy mix, it is presumed that gas will continue to constitute an important part, told Maciej Ciszewski, assistant to the deputy director general of the Commission's energy directorate, when he gave a speech at the large Flame conference in Amsterdam:

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