Danish authorities issue first-level warning of potential supply crisis

The Danish Energy Agency has issued an early warning, which is the first step in Denmark’s plan to ensure enough gas to stave off a supply crisis. The agency calls it ”a serious situation.”

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It’s no longer inconceivable that Denmark will find itself in a ”considerably reduced gas supply situation.”

This is evident from newly released press release, in which the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) issues a so-called early warning.

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