September 29, 2022

Video Length 24 minutes 30 seconds

From: Inside Story

Europe’s vitality disaster will get worse after Russia shuts down the Nord Stream 1 pipeline but once more.

A lot of the continent of Europe is dealing with a troublesome winter forward as Russia has as soon as once more shut down the essential Nord Stream 1 fuel pipeline to Germany.

It has raised fears of shortages and potential blackouts within the coming months.

Russian authorities say the pipeline was shut to restore a leak.

However European leaders have rejected this, accusing Russia of weaponising vitality in response to the sanctions over the Ukraine invasion.

So, how will Europe address this unprecedented fuel scarcity?

Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra


Stanislav Mitrakhovich – Main skilled on the Nationwide Power Safety Fund and researcher on the Moscow-based Monetary College

Anne-Sophie Corbeau – International analysis scholar on the Heart on International Power Coverage and former head of fuel evaluation at British Petroleum

Ben Aris – Founder and editor-in-chief of bne IntelliNews and former Moscow bureau chief for the Day by day Telegraph

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