German Chancellor Olaf Scholz launched a tour of the Gulf countries on Saturday in hopes of signing a new energy deal to replace supplies from Russia.
During German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s visit to Abu Dhabi on Sunday 25 September, the United Arab Emirates and Germany signed an agreement providing for the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and diesel for 2022 and 2023. did. Emirati Minister of Industry, “Historic New Agreement”. Olaf Scholz has him “Greetings” agreement on “Energy Security”.
German leaders have launched a tour of the Gulf state in hopes of replacing Russian supplies and forging new partnerships to ease the energy crisis sparked by the war in Ukraine. Then Olaf Scholz went to Saudi Arabia and during the day on Sunday, Gas superpower Qatar.
The emirate’s state oil company ADNOC made its first direct delivery of diesel to Germany in September, according to WAM news agency. “In 2023, we will supply up to 250,000 tonnes of diesel per month.”The deal also provides for the export of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Germany at the end of 2022, with additional volumes to be delivered in 2023.