Poland's Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has imposed an over PLN 29 billion (EUR 6.45 billion) fine on Russian gas giant Gazprom, and over PLN 234 million (EUR 52 million) on five other companies working on the Russian-German Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project.
The Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) is prepared for Russian gas giant Gazprom's appeal against a PLN 213 million (EUR 47 million) fine imposed on it by the Polish authority, UOKiK head Tomasz Chrostny told PAP on Tuesday.
The Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has placed a nearly PLN 213 million (ca.EUR 47 million) fine on Russia's Gazprom "for the lack of cooperation in an inquiry concerning the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project," UOKiK reported on Monday.
Commenting on the money transfer, presidential aide Krzysztof Szczerski said on Wednesday that Poland had won a huge diplomatic and legal victory over Gazprom.
On June 5, PGNiG and Gazprom signed an annex to the Yamal contract, under which the Polish company expects to receive a USD 1.5 bln net return by July 1, 2020, PGNiG has said in a statement.
Poland's gas monopolist PGNiG has won a lawsuit against Russia's Gazprom regarding the revision of the contract price for gas supplied by Gazprom under the 1996 Yamal Contract.
Poland's gas monopolist PGNiG has notified the Russian gas giant Gazprom that it will not renew the Yamal Contract after December 31, 2022, according to a PGNiG statement issued on Friday.
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.
State-owned energy company confirms it may head to the Middle East in its hunt for alternative gas supplies.
The Arbitration Tribunal in Stockholm, Sweden, ruled on Saturday that Poland's national gas company, PGNiG, is justified in demanding lower gas prices from the Russian gas giant, Gazprom.