France starts exporting gas to Germany amid energy crisis


              Pipelines and tanks are pictured in a gaz terminal Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022 in Obergailbach, eastern France. France has for the first time started conveying natural gas to Germany, French gas network operator GRTgaz said Thursday, as Berlin strives to diversify its energy supply following the interruption of Russian gas deliveries. GRTgaz said in a statement the gas pipeline connecting both countries at the French border village of Obergailbach has began delivering an initial daily capacity of 31 gigawatt-hours. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
            
              Tanks are pictured in a gaz terminal Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022 in Obergailbach, eastern France. France has for the first time started conveying natural gas to Germany, French gas network operator GRTgaz said Thursday, as Berlin strives to diversify its energy supply following the interruption of Russian gas deliveries. GRTgaz said in a statement the gas pipeline connecting both countries at the French border village of Obergailbach has began delivering an initial daily capacity of 31 gigawatt-hours. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
            
              Pipelines are pictured in a gas terminal Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022 in Obergailbach, eastern France. France has for the first time started conveying natural gas to Germany, French gas network operator GRTgaz said Thursday, as Berlin strives to diversify its energy supply following the interruption of Russian gas deliveries. GRTgaz said in a statement the gas pipeline connecting both countries at the French border village of Obergailbach has began delivering an initial daily capacity of 31 gigawatt-hours. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
            
              Pipelines are pictured in a gaz terminal Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022 in Obergailbach, eastern France. France has for the first time started conveying natural gas to Germany, French gas network operator GRTgaz said Thursday, as Berlin strives to diversify its energy supply following the interruption of Russian gas deliveries. GRTgaz said in a statement the gas pipeline connecting both countries at the French border village of Obergailbach has began delivering an initial daily capacity of 31 gigawatt-hours. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
            
              Pipelines and tanks are pictured in a gas terminal Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022 in Obergailbach, eastern France. France has for the first time started conveying natural gas to Germany, French gas network operator GRTgaz said Thursday, as Berlin strives to diversify its energy supply following the interruption of Russian gas deliveries. GRTgaz said in a statement the gas pipeline connecting both countries at the French border village of Obergailbach has began delivering an initial daily capacity of 31 gigawatt-hours. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
France starts exporting gas to Germany amid energy crisis