What happens to European energy supplies if Russia invades Ukraine?

The World

Much of Europe's energy comes in the form of natural gas piped in from Russia. If infrastructure in Ukraine is damaged in a conflict, or Russia withholds supplies in response to sanctions, Europe could see energy prices skyrocket even more, or face an energy shortage in the depths of winter. The World's Carolyn Beeler reports on the potential impact of war on European energy supplies, and contingency planning the US is undertaking.

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