Germany turns to coal Fears Russia will stop sending natural gas

Germany turns to coal Fears Russia will stop sending natural gas

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says Germany will limit the use of natural gas for electricity generation will turn to more coal


On June 20, 2022, Al Jazeera reported that The German Economy Minister said Germany will limit the use of natural gas for electricity generation. Amid concerns about potential shortages from cutting supply from Russia


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The move comes after Russia cut its natural gas pipelines to Europe. As a result, energy prices skyrocketed.


“To reduce gas consumption We need less gas to generate electricity. More coal plants will need to be used instead,” Robert Habeck said in a statement on Sunday.


Gasprom, the Russian gas giant said. The reduction in supply through the Nord Stream pipeline was a result of repairs. But European Union (EU) officials believe Russia is punishing Ukraine's allies. in which Russian forces opened their invasion in February.


Germany's temporary return to coal is a reversal of German Chancellor Olaf Schalz in the coalition government of the Social Democrats, the Greens and the Liberal FDP. which has pledged to phase out coal use by 2030.



"It's bitter, but it's necessary to reduce gas usage," Habeck said.


The government insists that Russian gas will be needed for some time. Until there are alternative sources of energy such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) brought in by ship.


in the past several months The German government has taken measures to provide gas to 90% of its capacity by November. This ensures there will be enough gas to fuel the European winter heat.


Habeck said the storage facility, which currently has 56.7 percent of its gas capacity, could still offset the shortage from Russia by buying elsewhere. But he continued to describe the situation as "serious" and said further measures may be needed.


german government Just called on people to reduce their energy consumption. due to the tight supply situation



“Clearly, Putin's strategy is to bring us into chaos. By pushing prices and dividing us,” Habeck said. “We won't let this happen.”


Gazprom said exports to non-Soviet countries fell 28.9 percent between January 1 and June 15 compared to the same period last year.


After cutting daily gas supply to Germany and Italy, "Alexi Miller" Gas Prom CEO said last week that Russia will play by its own rules.



“Our products, our rules, we will not play by the rules that we did not create,” he said during talks at the International Economic Forum in St Petersburg.