Polish gas monopolist PGNiG has signed a five-year contract for the full capacity of the LNG reloading facility for trucks in Klaipeda, Lithuania, which will allow the company to import liquefied natural gas from various sources by sea and sell it to recipients.
State-owned energy company confirms it may head to the Middle East in its hunt for alternative gas supplies.
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.
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.
Poland's national gas company, PGNiG, has signed a new long-term agreement with US companies – a move that will make Poland much less dependent on Russian gas.