The Court of Justice of the European Union on Tuesday issued a favourable ruling for Poland by cancelling the EC decision to grant Gazprom 100 percent of the Opal pipeline's capacity.
On August 28, Poland's oil and gas operator PGNiG will launch its first Norwegian Sea drillings as an operator. PGNiG said on Thursday that the drillings will be carried out from a latest-generation rig.
State-owned energy company confirms it may head to the Middle East in its hunt for alternative gas supplies.
Polish gas monopolist PGNiG's activity on the Soumar deposit in Iran wrapped up at the end of October 2018 following the restoration of US sanctions on this country, the company has announced, adding that the move was not requested by the Iranian side.
The company’s expansion plans also include a building second wharf for smaller vessels, a third LNG tank with a capacity of 180,000 m3 and infrastructure for trans-shipment of liquefied gas into railway tankers and ISO containers.
Poland's gas grid operator Gaz-System and its Danish peer Energinet reached final investment decisions to launch construction of the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline, representatives of both governments and operators announced in Warsaw on Friday.
With its contract with Russia’s Gazprom due to expire in 2022, Poland wants to diversify its gas supply routes, which would bolster its energy security. The agreement signed this week does just that.
Polish gas monopolist PGNiG has signed a 24-year liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply contract with Cheniere Marketing International, the Polish company said in a Thursday statement.
Piotr Woźniak, president of PGNiG’s management board, described the deal as a “quantum leap” towards the company establishing a leading position on the global LNG market.
From the start of January to the end of August 2018, Polish gas monopolist PGNiG imported nearly 64 percent more LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) and about 7 percent more gas from Russia, than during the same period last year, the company announced on Wednesday.