Putin, the Russian leader, has recently expressed confidence that
European nations soon lacked Russian energy. The United States itself accepts the condition that Russia sells oil higher than before the war
On June 10, 2022, the Washington Post reported that Amos Hochstein, the U.S. government's energy security representative, Speaking to reporters before attending the sub-committee on cooperation with Europe, he asked whether the Russian government now sells more oil and gas than it did before the war.
Mr Hochstein said "I can't deny that," he said, adding that the demand for oil after the coronavirus pandemic has gone too far. and higher than anyone expected
The comments came after the European Union passed sanctions on Russia's oil exports. and trying to find ways to reduce Russia's dependence on coal (The US and UK have previously banned Russian oil imports.)
Some analysts warn that The EU ban on Russian oil imports will cause an adverse situation in the short term. As seen in oil prices skyrocketing Until Russia earns money in its pockets as many countries seek alternative sources of oil. And that will give the Russian government time to block the prospect of new exports.