Reviews Turkey announces discovery of gas reserves in the Black Sea
Federal Network Agency: Gas price cover by summer 2024 required
The planned gas price brake must apply according to the Federal Network Agency for a period of almost two years. "We will be in some kind of tense situation until summer 2024," said network agency president Klaus Müller in a podcast by the Baden-Württemberg finance minister Danyal Bayaz (Greens). © Rolf Vennenbernd/dpa Klaus Müller is president of the Federal Network Agency. The gas price lid is surely used until then. The quantities of Russian gas that would have to be replaced are "huge".
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the discovery of 58 billion cubic meters of natural gas in the Black Sea on Monday.
Erdogan pointed out that this discovery is 3,023 meters below the sea, and emphasized that the country's natural gas reserves are 710 billion cubic meters with a value of a trillion dollar, as the Anatolia news agency reports.
The Turkish head of government said that the country's authorities would connect the gas discovered to integrate it into the national energy system. "We are determined to make Turkey the energy disk for the Caspian Sea, the Mediterranean and the Middle East," he said.
“balanced package”: Habeck defends gas price brake
Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck, for understanding the expert proposal for the planned gas price brake, which critics consider socially unbalanced. © Wolfgang Kumm/dpa Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck commented on the gas price brake in the ARD «daily topics». When asked whether there was pace with justice, the Greens politician said in the ARD "daily topics": "In a sense, this is the case." However, he emphasized that the reverse conclusion would be wrong - so: to do eve
"Our discovery will pave the way for similar discoveries in other geological fields near the region. We will start with further holes as soon as possible," he added.
"We will connect East and West, not only with our bridges (...), but also with energy back. The Turkish head of state said that it was the" ultimate goal "of the country, as soon as possible of foreign oil and natural gas to become independent.
Erdogan said the country wanted to achieve a production of 100,000 barrels, while the current daily oil production is 80,000 barrels.
news source: (Europa Press)
first gas at LNG terminal Wilhelmshaven fed into network .
The gas importer Uniper started commissioning the first German import terminal for liquid gas (LNG) in Wilhelmshaven a day earlier than planned. On Wednesday morning at 9:00 a.m., according to the Düsseldorf -based company, the first gas was fed into the newly built connection pipeline by the terminal ship “Högh Esperanza”. © Michael Sohn/AP The special ship “Högh Esperanza” is in front of Anker in Wilhelmshaven.