Major gas infrastructures in France
This map shows the major gas infrastructures in France (transmission, storages and LNG terminals), as well as the main interconnection points with bordering countries.
Sources : GRTgaz, Teréga (2021)
France no longer has any major natural gas resources within its territory. 80% of the consumed natural gas is imported by pipeline from interconnection points (Norway, Russia, the Netherlands, etc.), and 20% is imported by sea via the LNG terminals (Algeria, Nigeria, Qatar, etc.).
Close to 15 underground storage sites allow for a balance to be maintained between supplies which are relatively constant throughout the year and consumption levels which vary seasonally.