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Polish Oil could Help Save Germany this Winter

The refinery in Schwedt, Germany, near the Polish border, refines 12 million tons of oil every year. It was built in the 1960s and received its supplies from the Druzhba pipeline, which pumped oil from Russia through Belarus and Poland onward to Germany. The plant in Schwedt was an object …

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Germany Risks Wasting Billions on LNG Projects

Germany is at risk of wasting billions of euros on boosting liquefied natural gas imports instead of moving toward sustainable alternatives like energy efficiency, according to a new report. The country faces about 200 billion euros ($196 billion) of additional costs for gas imports by the end of the decade, …

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Germany Extends Nuclear power amid Energy Crisis

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has ordered the country’s three remaining nuclear power stations to keep operating until mid-April, as the energy crisis sparked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine hurts the economy. Originally Germany planned to phase out all three by the end of this year. Mr Scholz’s order overruled the …

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