Germany fears next winter will not survive If there is a lack of gas from Russia

4 months 3 weeks ago - 4 months 3 weeks ago #164669 by jiraporn66

Chairman of the National Energy Regulatory ดาวน์โหลด แอ พ slotxo Authority Fears Germany does not have enough gas reserves during the winter. Without Russian gas Win Nord Stream 1, open as scheduled.

On July 18, 2022, the Russian RT news agency reported that "Klas Muller", the president of the Central Network Office. German Ministry of Economy and Energy in an interview with local media that Germany's natural gas reserves are insufficient to get the country through next winter without purchasing additional Russian gas.

In an interview with Bild am Sonntag published on Sunday, Muller warned that While gas reserves are estimated to be nearly 65% ​​full, and the situation is better than the previous week, it still isn't enough to get Germany through the winter without Russian gas.

Muller added that It now depends on whether maintenance work on the Nord Stream 1 pipeline will end as expected on Thursday.

when asked how long do you have Before the price of energy for consumers in Germany rises again. In the event that Russia completely ceases to deliver gas to which Muller replied No decision has yet been made, however. Gas prices have not jumped significantly this week. Nord Stream 1 is closed for maintenance.

“This could be a sign that The market has already experienced the loss of Russian gas resources. And we have reached the point where gas prices have peaked.”

He also confirmed that The Germans should not succumb to panic. along with certifying that The household sector has very little reason to worry. and will receive gas longer than the industrial sector

Muller also noted that Although Russia has stopped supplying gas to other countries such as Norway, the Netherlands and Belgium, it will continue to sell fossil fuels to Germany in the future.

Muller also said If there is a problem with gas allocation His agency will weigh the potential damage to the economy and supply chain from equipment shutdowns for businesses or factories.

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