# Does a bubble formed in water need energy to come out of the surface?

We know that a bubble has only one interface in water. When it comes out from the surface, an extra interface of water-air is formed.

We know that energy required to create a surface is given by:

$E = T\Delta A$

where $T$ is the surface tension of the liquid and $A$ is the area of the surface.

So at low enough temperatures, would it be impossible for bubbles to come out of the surface?