For Kommersant, the outlook for this power supply is unclear regardless of the excessive costs:
“Only a few new gasoline manufacturing tasks or long-term provide contracts have been introduced this 12 months. One can perceive the consumers (who would signal a contract at present costs). However the hesitation of the producers clearly exhibits that the worldwide gasoline business both has little religion within the stability of present costs or no religion in the way forward for the business. How may it, when gasoline has formally been branded a ‘transition gasoline’, with 20 years left at most? And when Western politicians – and more and more shareholders – count on firms to radically cut back their carbon footprint.”
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