France, like many other European countries, imports much of its natural gas through pipelines from Russia, using it for residential and commercial energy.
Of course, "much" is not exactly quantified, so how much is "much"?
France imports 16.8% of its natural gas from Russia (Source via @Fizz which in turn relies upon Eurostat).
France also uses significantly less natural gas per capita than many other European nations because it does not rely upon natural gas to generate electricity to a meaningful extent, while many European countries are heavily dependent upon natural gas fueled electricity generation. But, because France is a fairly high population industrialized country, its natural gas demand is still not insignificant.
You can play around Eurostat's 'Imports of natural gas by partner country' dataset for this info - the latest figures for French imports are from 2020, although there's a rather large amount for which the source isn't specified:
|Natural Gas Imports (in millions of cubic metres)
Or, in graphical form (click to enlarge):
An approximate breakdown of the electricity production by EDF, the principal electric company in France is:
For overall energy consumption see Energy in France
For French energy consumption in comparison to other countries see the List of countries by natural gas consumption (France is #20)
See also the List of countries by natural gas production, where France is 89th.