Bloomberg: Germany is three months away from disaster
The German government can't do anything yet.
Analysts at Bloomberg came to the conclusion that Germany is on the verge of a gas disaster, which will come in about three months in the country. Cause – there is insufficient gas accumulation in gas storages for the winter heating season.
It follows from the material of the article that Berlin has little time left to replenish or correct the situation with a serious shortage of energy.
Moreover, the administration of German Chancellor Olof Scholz is not particularly in a hurry to deal with this problem. They only call for a reduction in demand for gas, since there are no agreements on alternative energy supplies yet.
As a result, lighting is reduced in German cities, hot water is turned off, Bloomberg observers drew attention.
The authors also noted that Germany's closest partner in Europe, represented by France, will also not be able to provide assistance, since the country's nuclear reactors are out of order, and their use can only aggravate the already deplorable situation.
But for In Germany, the restrictions imposed and the sharp rise in prices against the backdrop of energy shortages will eventually lead to unrest in society. According to statistics, every German has fallen into energy poverty.
This undoubtedly worries the German government, but politicians can’t do anything yet.
Moreover, in the absence of a valid solution, Berlin will have to introduce a state of emergency, which will entail control over the distribution of fuel, as well as a fight for limited LNG supplies, Bloomberg states.
Earlier, Topnews wrote that Germany will face a shortage of toilet paper due to Russian gas.
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