Aside from prompting concern over European supply security among Brussels politicians, the energy crisis has moved coal back into first place among fossil fuels.
"Right now, we're in fact seeing the same hierarchy in the energy mix as we did a long time ago, when the price of carbon quotas was very low. There was lignite first, then black coal, with gas flowing now and again," says Ingvild Sorhus, senior analyst at Refinitiv, to EnergyWatch.
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