Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) has obtained four new license areas for development on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
The cargo that originated in the USA arrived at the terminal in Świnoujście on January 18 this year.
Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo received a notice of arbitration before the ad hoc Arbitral Tribunal in Stockholm from the counsel of PAO Gazprom and OOO Gazprom Export of arbitration.
The construction of the GIPL international gas pipeline connecting Lithuania and Poland that has started in January 2020 was completed.
Czech Republic is considering the purchase of shares in one of the LNG terminals in the neighbouring country.
The regasification capacity of the Polish LNG import terminal in Świnoujście will soon grow to 6.2 bcm per annum, and from 2024 – to 8.3 bcm.
“Poland’s contract with Gazprom to buy gas expires at the end of 2022. Supplies from the Norwegian shelf will be launched 3 months earlier”.
On 18 November, the last weld on the gas pipeline connecting the coasts of Denmark and Poland was made.
The Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) has announced the suspension of the certification procedure for Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline operator.
The Russian company has not ordered any transport capacity through Poland to Germany in the next three quarters.