EU states fail to unite on divisive Energy Charter Treaty

Published 16:38 on November 18, 2022  /  Last updated at 09:45 on November 19, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Japan  /  No Comments

EU states did not find a compromise on a joint approval of reforms to the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) when they met late Friday, a well-placed source said, with Luxembourg the latest to say it will drop out due to concerns the pact will hinder its climate efforts.

EU states did not find a compromise on a joint approval of reforms to the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) when they met late Friday, a well-placed source said, with Luxembourg the latest to say it will drop out due to concerns the pact will hinder its climate efforts.

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