Russia has taken what almost everyone assumed it would take: Cutting gas to Europe via Nord Stream 1. What were technical problems a few days ago is now another geopolitical movement in the context of war. “The Western Collective, in this case the European Union, Canada and the United Kingdom, It’s his fault that the situation has reached this pointKremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
In addition, Moscow has openly assured that Pumping through the main gas route to Germany will not resume until the EU lifts sanctions against the Putin regime. In this sense, Russia’s excuse was that the parts needed to repair gas pipeline turbines could not come properly because of these measures.
In that story, the company gazprom He said there is a “risk of explosion” if supplies are resumed in the current situation. “The operation of that compressor unit without correcting the detected defects creates a risk of fire or explosionwhich affects the industrial safety of the entire station,” the company states in a statement.
“As these restrictions continue to apply, sinceThere is complete legal and practical confusion with everything related to e-maintenance As for the components and assemblies, for now we can only wait to get orders somehow with that single unit”, remarked Peskov himself. “There are no other reasons than in the West”, he added, a ‘struggle’ that began within the framework of About a turbine that had to come from Canada But, according to the Russian version, was blocked in Germany due to restrictive measures implemented by the European Union. Overall, this is the third step under pressure on the gas pipeline: first Moscow limited the supply to 60% and then only 20%. Now it is at zero.
whereas, The EU has already achieved the target of keeping its gas reserves at 80% and in the German case it is already 85%., according to data provided by Olaf Scholz Govt. In its phase of adaptation to the new era, Berlin has also announced that it will release two of its three nuclear power plants in reserve if they are needed to compensate for energy shortfalls over the next winter. Suspend fixed shutdown of facilities. This has always been a fierce debate in the country and has also created a divide between the Social Democrats, Greens and Liberals, who make up the traffic light executive.