EU Countries Negotiate Exceptions to Gas Savings Plan

EU Countries Negotiate Exceptions to Gas Savings Plan
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Minister Rob Jetten wants the number of exceptions to measures to save on gas consumption in the EU in the coming months to be limited.

 

A number of countries, including Spain, Greece, and Poland, object to the European Commission’s proposal to reduce gas consumption by 15% between August and the end of March and demand exceptions.

Based on anonymous sources, the German news agency DPA reported Monday night that the 27 member states had agreed on a European Commission emergency plan called Save gas for a safe winter to save 15 percent gas voluntarily and, if that is not possible quickly enough, to introduce mandatory measures. But the race is not over yet.

For example, Polish minister Anna Moskwa said on arrival in Brussels that savings in her country are unnecessary because the Polish gas stock is full. Likewise, her Spanish colleague Teresa Ribera said cutting Spanish energy demand will not help other EU countries because Spain has no infrastructure to share gas with other member states.

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