Bloomberg: Russia sets conditions for EU to increase gas supplies

Bloomberg: Russia highlights EU conditions for growing gas supplies

A publication insider reported details of the launch of Nord Stream-2.

Russia ties growth in gas supplies to Europe amid acute blue fuel crisis in the EU with launch of Russian-German gas pipeline & # 8220; Nord Stream -2 & # 8221 ;.

As Bloomberg reports, citing a source at Gazprom and the Kremlin, Moscow intends to “swap” & # 8221; launch of a project to increase gas supplies.

According to insiders, otherwise it is hardly possible to expect an increase in the volume of exported fuel.

If according to & # 8220; SP-2 & # 8221; there will be no & # 8220; clear guarantees & # 8221; that the project will receive the green light.

But even in the event of a positive move for Russia, additional volumes will reach Europe, bypassing Ukraine, the newspaper reports. >

Recall that the completion of the construction of Sevpotok-2 became known on September 10.

As the President of the Russian Federation said during Russian Energy Week, administrative barriers are hampering the early start of the project.

Vladimir Putin explained that an increase in supplies could reduce tensions in the European gas market and affect the rise in prices, but this is possible after the launch of the project.

As Topnews previously wrote, the Czech Republic has named the main culprits for the EU gas crisis.


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