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March 18-24*, 2022 (London): Opinion, by Mathew Carr (CarrZee)
It was years ago when I was still working as an energy reporter with Bloomberg in London, I thought there was an important story to tell about the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project. It was crucial enough to write, even though I officially had the day off work.
It was Friday Dec. 13, 2019. I was out and about seeing industry executives, anyway. So I decided to write the story in a dingy café near the bustling Bond Street tube station, in London. I enlisted help from Olga Tanas, one of Bloomberg News’s energy specialists covering eastern Europe and Russia.
“Ted Cruz Says U.S. Sanctions on Nord Stream 2 Would Hit Allies,” was the headline we filed as we sent the story to the editing system. That was six months before I was fired.
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