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“We have problems”. Germany felt the consequences of anti-Russian sanctions


Sayda Compressor Station linking the pipeline systems of the Czech Republic (Gazela pipeline) and Germany. Archival photoMOSCOW, 22 Jun. Germany and some other European countries are facing an economic decline caused by a gas supply crisis due to anti-Russian sanctions, according to a Reuters material. Muller.Will Europe survive without Russian gas? Norway or Azerbaijan, but most of the alternative producers have already reached the limit in production. It is also not possible to increase the volume of imports of liquefied natural gas – there is not enough infrastructure to satisfy all demand. After the start of a special operation to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine, the German authorities announced their intention to reduce dependence on Russian energy supplies in the near future. Berlin expects to stop importing coal and oil by the end of this year, and by mid-2024, gas. From the point of view of the German authorities, LNG from Qatar, the USA and other countries can become an alternative to blue fuel from Russia. – in a country sitting on an oil and gas needle