Energy crisis deepens in Europe – Breaking News


In a statement from the French authorities on the subject, “As previously announced, Engie has already provided the necessary quantities to fulfill its commitments to its customers and its own needs. GazpromVarious measures have been put in place to significantly reduce the direct financial and physical impact that may result from the gas flow interruptions of Turkey.

France Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne called for companies to save energy in a statement the previous day. on the other hand RussiaIt has been announced that as of today, the gas flow in the Nord Stream-1 line will be stopped due to maintenance. Russia, in July, Russian gas GermanyNord Stream 1, the largest pipeline to Turkey, was shut down for 10 days on the grounds that it would be under maintenance.



There was also a statement from Belgium regarding the increased energy prices due to the war. Belgian Energy Minister Tinne Van der Straeten said: “There is an urgent need for a price cap in Europe. Energy bills 770 per family per year Euro can be reduced. The European energy market is failing and urgently needs reform. “This is no longer acceptable to many families and companies,” he said. Straeten also called for an EU-wide price cap for natural gas and said, “The next 5-10 winters will be terrible if a limitation is not imposed on natural gas prices in Europe.”


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