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The era of Russian domination in the area of natural gas has ended, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, said on Tuesday at the opening ceremony of the Baltic Pipe, a major Norway-Denmark-Poland pipeline.
The Baltic Pipe will strengthen Poland's sovereignty and will make it independent of fossil fuels imports from Russia, the president said on Tuesday at the symbolic opening of a major Norway-Denmark-Poland gas pipeline.
The Sejm, the lower house of the Polish parliament, has decided to keep lower taxes on certain goods till the end of the year to combat inflation and prolong elevated VAT rates to finance defence spending.
Fuel company PKN Orlen plans to open a number of hydrogen refuelling stations around Poland by 2025.
The European Commission president has reacted to an energy resolution adopted by Poland's Silesia mining region by suggesting the reduction in overall demand for fossil fuels.
Inflation will continue on a two-digit level until the end of the year, with a slight rise in August and a fall in Q4, the Polish Economic Institute (PIE), a state-owned think-tank, said on Friday citing the latest figures from the Central Statistical Office (GUS).
The European Commission (EC) gave the green light on Monday for the takeover plan of Polish fuel firm Lotos Paliwa, which runs the Lotos Group's network of filling stations, by Hungary's national oil firm, MOL.
Poland has dismissed as unacceptable a European Commission (EC) proposal to ban the sale of fossil-fuel powered cars by 2035.
A total of 185 petrol stations in Slovakia and Hungary being taken over by Polish oil and gas company PKN Orlen will change their brand into the Polish one including 79 stations currently branded as Lukoil, Orlen has announced.