The Natural Gas Association does not anticipate any energy bottlenecks
The German Federal Association for Natural Gas, Oil and Geoenergy (BVEG) expects sufficient gas reserves for the upcoming winter. But only if nothing unexpected happens.
“If the supply situation, including Russian deliveries, remains the same, we will be able to fill gas storage tanks as planned under normal weather conditions and implement savings efforts,” said General Manager Ludwig Moreing of Bild. Tuesday’s newspaper. Then Germany could “enter winter with intended storage levels in November.”
“The Russians are currently providing much less,” Moring said. “If these quantities continue to be delivered and if we have a mild winter and we continue to supply gas, the quantity delivered can still be sufficient.”
A spokesman for the Federal Network Agency “Bild” warned that “German gas supplies cannot be guaranteed in winter from storage facilities alone.” “In an average winter, you can roughly assume that the quantities of storage facilities will last for about two and a half months.” Declining Russian gas supplies have raised fears of winter supply shortages. (SDA)
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