Der Spiegel: Russia wastes 13 million euros worth of gas every day
According to some reports, a company was secretly created in Germany to nationalize Gazprom Germania.
According to the German publication Der Spiegel, Russia burns 4 million cubic meters of gas every day. The total cost of the burned fuel is estimated by energy expert Sindre Knutsson at 13 million euros daily.
According to the expert, approximately 1/8 of the total gas supplied via “Nord Stream”.
He noted that Russia is forced to burn a large amount of gas due to Western sanctions.
The torch is located right at the fuel entry point to the pipeline laid along the bottom of the Baltic. Knutsson called the burning torch of Russian gas another symbol of confrontation between the Russian Federation and the West.
Against this background, Welt am Sonntag writes that the German authorities have created a holding company in order to carry out the possible nationalization of the former subsidiary “ ;Gazprom” – Gazprom Germania.
It is reported that the organization was created in secret.
Now Gazprom Germania has been renamed Securing Energy for Europe. The company is under the tutelage of the Federal Grid Agency of Germany.
Let us recall that “Gazprom” withdrew from the assets of Gazprom Germania.
Last May, sanctions against this company were announced in Moscow, which will cost consumers 5 billion euros a year.
Earlier, TopNews wrote that & #8220;Gazprom” began to burn gas that did not reach Europe.
Finnish journalists spoke about a huge torch on the Russian border.