The Federal Network Agency is more optimistic about the gas crisis in Germany. According to the head of the Federal Network Agency, Klaus Müller, the current gas reserves would last between nine and ten weeks. However, he assumes that Germany will not get any more cubic meters of gas.

In view of well-stocked gas storage facilities, the Federal Network Agency is now more optimistic about the energy supply this winter. Network agency head Klaus Müller said at an energy conference in Hanover on Tuesday that it was not to be expected that Germany would not receive any more cubic meters of gas.

“But even then we would have nine to ten weeks that we can supply ourselves with average gas consumption in previous years.” Because a German winter lasts longer than this period, there is “no signal of relaxation or calming down”, said Müller – “but a little more composure than there was at least in the summer at the Federal Network Agency”.

According to the network agency, the German gas storage facilities are currently 99.55 percent full. The largest German storage facility in Rehden, Lower Saxony, which was almost completely empty under the control of a subsidiary of the Russian state-owned company Gazprom, has now reached a filling level of 94.46 percent.

Because the government is spending the money like there’s no tomorrow, taxes are now being increased. The first step has been taken, unnoticed by the public. From January 1st, the inheritance tax on real estate will increase by easily 500 percent.

In the case of the murdered Hanna, there is now an arrest. The police announced this on Saturday. However, the police denied the help of a clairvoyant.

Wilderness trainer Marco Plass survives weeks without electricity on his tours. As a graduate organizational psychologist, however, he believes that chaos threatens German cities in the event of a blackout. Even if an emergency is unlikely, everyone should play through it.

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