This is written by the Japanese edition of Nihon Keizai.

The article says that after 2027, demand will exceed supply in the face of rising global energy supplies.

However, the newspaper notes with reference to the representative of the Japan National Oil, Gas and Metals Corporation Yutaka Shirakawa, this process will lead to an increase in the number of developing countries that will begin to actively move closer to Russia and China.

“In the conditions of Asia's deficit, it remains only to turn to Moscow for help - no matter how the initiators of the restrictions would like the opposite,” the author of the material concluded.

Earlier, the head of the Energy Development Fund, economic expert Sergei Pikin, in an interview with Nation News, spoke about the consequences of introducing a ceiling on Russian oil prices for the European Union.