Bloomberg, citing experts, published a disappointing forecast.
Bloomberg, analyzing the weather conditions that Europe will face in the near future, made a disappointing forecast for the state of energy in the coming winter.
So, the media mentions abnormal heat, which will become an obstacle to replenishing European gas stocks.
The publication, citing experts from Maxar, reports that no later than in the first half of the week, France, like the UK, will have to experience record high air temperatures.
This will lead to the fact that the population will try to cool the premises in which they are located, which may lead to an increase in demand for liquefied natural gas.
Analysts emphasize that, in addition to heat, the weather scenario adjustment includes a storm. And this will happen much earlier than expected.
As a result, the European region, as Rystad Energy specialists specify, will find itself in a difficult situation.
“The region will not be sufficiently prepared for chaos that it will bring,” they say.
Recall that the forecast was made against the backdrop of a recent statement by a number of countries about the fear of an emergency due to the energy crisis. This was reported by the German and Hungarian authorities.
Earlier, Topnews wrote that Putin predicted an energy crisis in Europe 11 years ago.