European states have started to actively consume gas from reserves after Russia’s state-owned Gazprom reduced supplies to a number of continental consumers.
Canada intends to bring Germany to its knees because of Russia’s Gazprom, Bloomberg reported.
Canada’s sanctions, which have led to the shutdown of some Siemens gas turbines of the Nord Stream pipeline, have reduced exports of the blue fuel to France, Austria, Italy and Germany.
At the same time, Canada is in no hurry to meet the FRG’s demands. The country is not going to give up the overhauled turbine needed for Nord Stream to operate at full capacity.
Rustam Tankayev, a leading expert with the Union of Oil and Gas Producers of Russia, said he does not understand how the EU plans to resolve the situation. Tankayev believes that Europeans need to urgently launch Nord Stream 2 and resolve issues with Canada.
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