Russian gas no longer flowing to France – energy rationing for the rest of Europe soon on the way


Effective immediately, Russian state gas company Gazprom is massively reducing natural gas flows to France, a move that French Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne warns will probably lead to fuel rationing this winter.

French energy giant Engie, which handles gas deliveries from Gazprom, issued an urgent announcement about how the flow stoppage hinges upon a “disagreement between the parties on the application of contracts.” (Related: Germany is similarly doomed this winter without Russian gas.)

Cutting usage might not be enough, French authorities say, to keep the power on this winter. There could, and likely will, come a time when the government will need to step in and ration scarce supplies.

“Engie had already secured the volumes necessary to ensure the supply of its customers and for its own needs, and implemented a series of measures to significantly reduce the direct financial and physical impacts that could result from interruption of gas deliveries by Gazprom,” the company claims.

” … And the people of the prince who is to come
Shall destroy the city and the sanctuary …” Daniel 9:26

French leaders warn country that its First World status is coming to an end

If this is true, then why are French authorities in a panic about what the future holds for France’s energy reserves? President Emmanuel Macron, for example, made an ominous declaration that the “end of abundance” has arrived for France.

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