PKN ORLEN has collected delivery of the 200th shipment of liquefied natural gas arriving at the Świnoujście terminal.
On 26 August this year, a ceremony was held in Strachocina to mark the end of construction of a new gas connection between Poland and Slovakia.
The Management Boards of PGNiG SA and PKN ORLEN SA agreed on a plan of merger of the two companies and on the exchange ratio at which PGNiG shares will be swapped for PKN ORLEN shares
The undersea stretch of the Norway-Poland gas pipeline has been connected to the Danish and Polish gas transmission infrastructure.
Poland’s company GAZ-SYSTEM has completed technical acceptance of 41 km of the Niechorze-Płoty gas pipeline, i.e. the main part of the section connecting the offshore gas pipeline to the national transmission system.
In June 2022, Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo received six shipments of liquefied natural gas at the Świnoujście port and two additional deliveries at Lithuania’s Klaipėda terminal.
Poland’s PGNiG has imported another cargo of liquefied natural gas via the Klaipedos Nafta-operated FSRU-based facility in Lithuania’s port of Klaipeda.
Polish oil refiner PKN Orlen opened its first hydrogen station in Poland. By 2030, the Group is set to launch 100 public access hydrogen refuelling stations.
PGNiG Upstream Norway AS has signed an agreement with Wellesley Petroleum AS for the purchase of shares in the Ørn gas field in the Norwegian Sea.
PGNiG Upstream Norway plans to produce additional volume of approximately 0.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas this year.