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10 October 2022,04:31

Weekly Outlook

Europe Has Almost Enough Gas for Winter, But IEA is Worrying About 2023

10 October 2022, 04:31

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The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) executive director, Fatih Birol, has said that 90% of gas storage was full in Europe, and that bar surprises, Europe can get through the winter. 2023, however, remains in question because 2022 still saw some Russian gas being imported, as well as lower demand from China due to “sluggish economic performance”. Next year, however, will be a different story should and when the Chinese economy rebounds. With Russia being the largest supplier of oil and natural gas to the Eurozone, sanctions have taken a huge toll on energy prices in the EU. The IEA reports also noted the risk of a “complete shutdown” of energy supplies from Russia, a scenario that would take a huge toll during 2023’s winter in the EU.

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