Why France should not finally run out of gas this winter

France has never imported so much liquefied natural gas via LNG carriers. aerial-drone / stock.adobe.com

TO ANALYSE – “We are by no means at the end of our troubles,” warned the International Energy Agency.

Despite the virtual disappearance of Russian gas in Europe, France seems to enter without fear at the onset of winter. Thursday morning again, the president of the Energy Regulatory Commission, Emmanuelle Wargon, repeated it: “we are not worried about gas” this winter. What has happened since the worried declarations of last spring and even of September to explain this return to calm?

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