Poland's biggest petroleum company, PKN Orlen, has signed a new, two-year oil supply deal with the Russian company Rosneft, cutting the annual volume to 3.6 million tonnes from 5.4-6.6 million tonnes in the prior contract, Orlen said in a press statement.
At least 100 wrecks have been classified as a “high priority” because they contain significant amounts of fuel that poses a threat to the natural environment.
Today's decision follows an in-depth investigation by the European Commission of the proposed merger between the two large Polish integrated oil and gas companies.
Government Commissioner for Strategic Energy Infrastructure Piotr Naimski held a meeting in Washington on Wednesday with US Energy Minister Dan Brouillette during which they discussed Polish-US energy cooperation and the US gas supply to Poland.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted formal consent to Polish gas monopolist PGNiG to start drilling for oil and gas in the North Sea's PL460 concession, or Skogul deposit, PGNiG announced in a Tuesday press release.
Poland has strengthened its position among European rapeseed oil producers, the Polish Association of Oil Producers has reported, adding that in 2019 Polish plants processed 2.96 million tonnes of rapeseed, up from 2.79 million in 2018.
Poland's leading fuel company PKN Orlen wants to increase the number of its petrol stations in Lithuania to 70-80 within the next few years from the current 26, the company's CEO Daniel Obajtek said.
Canadian firm Central European Petroleum says it has found evidence that one of Europe’s largest undiscovered gas and oil deposits lies buried in the Bay Pomerania, situated between Świnoujście and Międzyzdroje, and around the island of Wolin.
A Polish firm develops a super yeast that help clean polluted land and water.