Reuters, citing senior officials in the administration of US President Joe Biden, said talks were underway to ensure uninterrupted flow of energy to Europe for the rest of the winter. If Russia invades Ukraine.
“We are working to identify large quantities of non-Russian natural gas from various parts of the world, from North Africa and the Middle East to Asia and the United States,” an unnamed Reuters spokesman said.
As he added, it is about exploring the possibility of temporarily increasing gas production and allocating it to European buyers. It is at risk with other liquefied gas LNG supply.
War will disrupt the energy supply
Reuters points out that the EU depends on Russia for one-third of its gas supply, and that US sanctions for any conflict could disrupt those supplies.
If there are any interruptions in the supply of Russian gas to Europe, it will make the existing situation worse. Energy crisis. Recorded energy prices have increased consumer fees and business costs. In some countries, such as Kazakhstan, the increase has provoked protests.
The President convened an oversight committee
Russia has amassed over 100,000. Soldiers near the border with Ukraine have surrounded the country to the north, east and south. While making demands on the US and NATO for a guarantee that Ukraine will never be allowed into the alliance, Moscow denies that it is planning an invasion.
President for Friday Andrzej Duda convened the National Security CouncilIt will be dedicated to the situation around Ukraine.
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