Historically, Russia is the largest partner of the EU in the field of energy. Sell energy to the EU countries in the 1960s, and now the Russian supplies for European consumers about 36% of gas imports, 31% oil and 30% coal. In return, Europe accounts for 80% of total Russian oil exports, 70% – and 50% gas – coal. Traditional “affection” will not allow them to refuse to cooperate with each other. However, if Moscow and Brussels will not come in the near future to a compromise on a number of sensitive issues, it can seriously change the entire energy market and protracted litigation.