It's absurdly simplifying to claim it's either Rubles or Europe has to use wood to heat their homes, nonsense. Firstly, there are other suppliers around the world. The problem is, Russian NG is relatively cheap, the infrastructure is there and has been used for decades. In contrast to that, transporting LNG from the UAE or Quatar to Europe is more expensive, so European countries willl probably have to pay more. Tis a nuisance, nothing more. Secondly, vast majority of European countries still have reserves to get through the next winter into spring next year. Thirdly, Norway and the Netherlands have already increased their production and there is a new so-called 'baltic pipe" that will soon deliver NG from Norway via Denmark and Poland to the continent. Algeria has signaled they would like to export more NG to Europe via Spain. The Infrastructure is more complicated and the EU will have to spend more on gas and oil. Claiming it's 'either Rubles or wood' is just silly. Doesn't have a lot to do with reality.