WATCH: Engie says it has been informed by Gazprom of a reduction in gas deliveries starting Tuesday. Stephen Stapczynski reports. Europe faced a further squeeze in Russian energy supplies as Gazprom PJSC told French utility Engie SA it will reduce gas deliveries starting Tuesday because of disagreements over some contracts. Moscow has progressively choked shipments of the fuel to Europe in retaliation for sanctions related to its invasion of Ukraine. The cutbacks, which have so far mostly targeted Germany and eastern Europe, have plunged the continent in its worst energy crisis in 50 years, sending prices soaring amid concerns about supply shortages during the coming winter. “We’re getting ready for the worst-case scenario, which is a complete cut-off,” French Energy Transition Minister Agnes Pannier-Runacher told France Inter radio when asked about Engie on Tuesday. She reiterated that Russia was using gas as a weapon of war. The announcement follows […]