The EDF Group is developing its gas strategy to guarantee the security of gas supply to nearly 6 million customers¹, as well as to its cogeneration plants and gas-fired power plants around the world.

EDF's gas activities in figures²

  • Over

    of gas supplied or used in Europe

  • Nearly

    customers worldwide

  • 2.1

    customers in France for a volume sold of 39 TWh

  • 590

    traded by EDF Trading in the European wholesale gas market

EDF, an international presence in the natural gas market

In France, EDF is the leading alternative supplier of natural gas, with 2.1 million customers¹. In Europe, EDF Groupe is present in the natural gas market mainly through its Edison subsidiary in Italy, but also through its EDF Energy and Luminus subsidiaries in the United Kingdom and Belgium, respectively. It also relies on EDF Trading for its short-term operations in wholesale markets and in Dalkia, particularly for cogeneration plants. Outside Europe, the Group is active in the natural gas market, particularly in the United States, where EDF Energy Services is a major supplier of natural gas to large industrial customers and distributors.

Diversified gas supply sources

In Europe, EDF Groupe's gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies are sourced both in the short- and medium-term gas markets and through a diversified portfolio of short- and long-term contracts in Qatar, Russia, the US, the North Sea, North Africa and Azerbaijan. In the US, the bulk of supply comes from gas markets. In the rest of the world, specific contracts have been established to guarantee the supply of the Group's gas-fired power stations. In the field of LNG, EDF has entered into contracts with the aim, in particular, of making the most of the regasification capacity of Dunkirk LNG terminal.

Find the best natural gas offer for your needs

What if you changed gas supplier? Whether you are a residential customer, an artisan, a shopkeeper, a freelance, an SME, or a social landlord... your needs are very different. This is why, as the leading alternative supplier of natural gas in France, EDF has designed offers adapted to each of your realities.

You are a residential customer

Are you looking for a gas offer that is in line with your consumer habits, for greater comfort? Would you like to contribute to the energy transition or control your heating remotely? The Avantage Gaz offers are adapted to your needs.

You are a professional customer

Our fixed-price market offers help maintain your budget for a 3-year period. You can even contribute to the energy transition by opting for a carbon offset gas offer.

You are a local authority

Do you wish to anticipate your energy costs? Would you prefer to optimise your gas budget by making the most of market opportunities? Depending on your priorities, we can offer you fixed-price or indexed natural gas contracts.

2023: the end of regulated gas tariffs in France for residential customers

In order to comply with European law, the French Parliament has voted the end of regulated gas tariffs offered by the incumbent supplier. This has been effective for professional customers since the end of 2020. It will become effective for residential customers in mid-2023. The consequences, steps to take, opportunities... EDF tells you all about it!

Understanding the end of regulated gas tariffs for

1 Number of delivery sites on 31/12/2021 - Source URD EDF 2021 page 86.

2 Figures on 31/12/2021 - Source : URD EDF 2021 page 86.