Germany's "separation" Russian energy
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According to Bell Berbque's statement, Germany will reduce oil imported from Russia this summer; it will completely prohibit imported oil from Russia before the end of this year; then, the "decoupling" of natural gas will follow. "By then, the European Union will get rid of its dependence on Russian energy." Bell Berbak said, "We will follow the common line map of the European Union."Recently, Germany has increased its efforts to reduce its dependence on Russia's energy imports. Data show that as of the beginning of April, Russia's oil accounted for 25%of Germany's imports, below 35%before the situation in Ukraine worsened at the end of February.Of course, compared to oil, Germany is more dependent on natural gas from Russia, so it is more difficult for the natural gas "one -size -fits -all" natural gas imported from Russia. The above data shows that Germany still imported about 40%of natural gas from Russia in the first quarter of this year. The German Economic Minister of Economy also previously believed that (Germany) must completely get rid of the natural gas dependence on Russia, and it is possible to "mid -2024".In order to fill the huge gap left by Russia's energy in the future, Habeck has led a group to visit Qatar, a large oil and gas resource country in Middle East at the end of March, hoping to ensure the supply of energy supply in Germany, especially the supply of natural gas. At that time, Habeck said that Germany must import more natural gas from other countries outside Russia to ensure energy safety and stability. During his visit, he emphasized that Germany hopes to establish closer partnership with Qatar in the field of hydrogen energy such as hydrogen energy to accelerate the transition process of Germany to clean energy.However, Germany intends to import natural gas from Qatar still facing challenges. According to German media reports, due to the need for natural gas from Qatar, Germany has accelerated the construction of the two liquefied natural gas receiving stations, the Hong Kong LNG receiving stations, but the infrastructure such as liquefied natural gas receiving stations still needs to be longer. time.Earlier, some European countries have called for the energy import of energy from Russia. Earlier this month, the European Union approved the ban on Russian coal, but failed to reach an agreement on the embargo on petroleum and natural gas. According to data from the EU Statistical Bureau, the EU's natural gas imports from Russia accounted for about 40%each year, and about one -third of the EU's oil demand comes from Russia.According to foreign media reports, after the announcement of embargoing Russia coal, EU officials are currently brewing a measure of embarrassment for Russian oil products. The above measures may be officially announced after the results of the French election this weekend.The news was also confirmed by France. French Finance Minister Lemer said on the 21st that French President Macron hopes to take such a move at the EU level. "I hope that in the next few weeks, we will persuade our European partners to stop importing Russian oil. The European Commission is trying to speed up the supply of energy to try to reduce the cost of prohibiting Russia's oil and persuade Germany and other reluctant EU countries. Accept this measure. "