France’s LNG dilemma

Should France continue to expand its LNG import capacity? Or do it’s utilisation rates suggest no further expansion is required? These are the questions and views expressed by the authors of this report. Despite France’s gas consumption plummeting to a ten-year low in August 2023, the country continues expanding its LNG infrastructure. Russia is the second-largest supplier of LNG imports to France, even though the country wants to break its dependency on Russian gas. Russian LNG from the Yamal plant continues to be transshipped at France’s Montoir-de-Bretagne LNG terminal and sent to other markets. As the utilisation rate of France’s […]

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