Poland's fuel imports reached a record high in 2022, the Polish Organisation of Oil Industry and Trade (POPiHN) reported on Thursday.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that Poland plans to introduce regulations restricting the inflow of Ukrainian grain to Poland.
Poland should cut to zero the level of Russian crude oil imports in February or March, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has said.
To date, an additional 3 million tonnes of coal has come to Poland, with State Treasury companies having contracted more than 7 million tonnes, the climate and environment minister has said.
A Ukrainian deputy prime minister has said that Ukraine needs urgently to solve the current fuel crisis, and that, owing to their location, the Polish ports of Gdańsk and Świnoujście could help Ukraine import hydrocarbons.
Poland will have to compensate for a shortfall of up 8 million tonnes of hard coal after the country decided to ban Russian coal owing to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Jacek Sasin, the state assets minister, has said.
Tomasz Grodzki, the speaker of the Senate who represents the main opposition party, the centrist Civic Platform (PO), retained his post on Tuesday after ruling party senators failed to secure a majority to dismiss him.
Orlen Synthos Green Energy plans to import electricity from Ukraine to stabilise domestic supplies, PKN Orlen has announced.
The Polish cabinet has adopted a package of bills that will scale down Warsaw's relations with Moscow owing to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the government spokesman has said.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that Poland wants to stop importing Russian coal, effective immediately, and may get coal from Australia instead.