French project to export gas to Germany from October in final stages

France is on its way to approving a project to export 100 Gigawatt hours per day of gas to Germany from 10 October as the Energy Regulatory Commission launched the project’s public consultation phase on Thursday (15 September) – the last but one step before the launch.

French project to export gas to Germany from October in final stages

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