Australia faces rolling blackouts
Energy operators in Australia on Monday, June 6, reported that the population of the states of Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania can expect rolling blackouts and shortages of natural gas for domestic and industrial needs amid the global energy crisis, - informs Australian News.
It is noted that Australia has long been a country with the highest level of production and production of hydrocarbons, but the sharp rise in prices on world markets has led to a crisis of local production, which caused a "collapse of the industry.
According to Meg O'Neil, head of Australia's largest gas producer, Woodside, the world is about to face its worst economic crisis since the 1970s.
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