Europe remains on the move. After the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine overturned many of the self-evident features of Europe's energy supply of recent years, Europe had to reposition itself. Germany, in particular, which was on the drip of Russian oil and gas imports, had to start looking for alternatives.
The pictures that German Economics Minister Robert Habeck uploaded to his Instagram channel at the beginning of the year showed him in the depths of winter in Norway, where he was discussing energy supplies with the Norwegian government. No wonder, given that Germany became Norway's most important export partner last year, as the German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce