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Baltic Pipe Capacity to Operate at 80% in 2023: PGNIG

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Poland’s PGNIG will import at least 6.5 bcm of gas from Norway in 2023 it said this week. The flows will go via the new Baltic Pipe.

  • PGNIG will use 80% of the pipe’s capacity in 2023, rising to 90% in 2024.
  • PGNIG announced a gas supply deal with Norway’s Equinor this week for 2.4 bcm of gas per year for 10 years. It is the largest volume deal signed so far for transit through the new pipeline.
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Poland’s PGNIG will import at least 6.5 bcm of gas from Norway in 2023 it said this week. The flows will go via the new Baltic Pipe.

  • PGNIG will use 80% of the pipe’s capacity in 2023, rising to 90% in 2024.
  • PGNIG announced a gas supply deal with Norway’s Equinor this week for 2.4 bcm of gas per year for 10 years. It is the largest volume deal signed so far for transit through the new pipeline.