While the energy crisis that Russia started in Ukraine after the war was giving the European Union a hard time, Klaus Müller, President of Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA), the institution that regulates the energy market of Germany, said that if Russia completely cuts off gas supply, the demand of gas storage facilities in the country. announced that it can afford a maximum of 2.5 months.
The Energy Crisis, Which Started With Russia ‘s massive cut off gas to Europe in retaliation for the sanctions imposed by the West, continues.
GERMANY IS LIVING THE BIGGEST CRISIS OF LAST YEARS Germany
, which is heavily dependent on Russian gas , is experiencing the biggest energy crisis of recent years. Klaus Müller, President of Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA), Germany’s energy market regulator, made important statements about the country’s gas stock. “ONLY 2.5 MONTHS CAN MEET OUR NEEDS” Müller warned that gas stocks could meet 95 percent of the target as of November, and that if Russia completely cuts off the gas flow, the stocks would only last 2.5 months. Muller,
“Even if the gas storage tanks are 95 percent full by November as planned, if Russia’s supply stops completely, it will only be able to meet its gas needs for heating, electricity and industry for about 2.5 months. We are a little faster than before in filling the tanks, but this is a sign that we can relax. “Even with good supply and demand conditions, I cannot promise that all storage facilities in Germany will be 95 percent full in November. In the best-case scenario, three-quarters of them will reach the target. German gas storage facilities are currently 77 percent full . “