vigorously! Warns of a terrible energy crisis in Europe May even have to ration gas during the winter

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current energy crisis It could turn out to be one of theทดลองเล่นสล็อตworst and longest crises in history. especially Europe that may face serious impacts to the point of having to allocate According to Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency, On Tuesday (31 May)

In an interview with German magazine Der Spiegel, Birol said the impact of events in Ukraine appeared to make the current energy crisis worse than the energy crisis of the 1970s.

"Back then It's all about oil. But now we have an oil crisis. The gas crisis and the electricity crisis at the same time," Birol told Der Spiegel, adding that before the incident in Ukraine. “Russia is the cornerstone of the global energy system. world's largest oil exporter The world's largest natural gas exporter and leading coal supplier"

It is part of the sanctions imposed on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. EU imposes restrictions on Russian fossil fuel imports and announced that it would gradually Gradually quit relying on Russian energy.

Byrol warned that countries In Europe, the dependence on Russian natural gas is steep. may face "Hard winter" and "may require gas rationing" in it, including Germany.

His comments came after Russian state natural gas supplier GasProm. Cut supply to some energy companies in Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands and other countries. After failing to comply with the demand for energy payments in rubles. according to the new regulations

Executive Director of the International Energy Agency It suggested that, in their efforts to mitigate the impact, EU countries should supply as much additional natural gas as possible. For example, the gas supplied through the pipeline comes from Norway or Azerbaijan. While coal-fired power plants should be partially replaced by gas-fired power plants.

Byrol warned that Europe and the United States May face difficult times even in the coming summer. due to the tightness in the crude oil market and indicating that when the driving season begins demand will skyrocket and lead to energy bottlenecks whether diesel gasoline or kerosene especially in Europe
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