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Poland Looks to Bring Greater Gas Volumes from Norway

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Poland’s PGNIG is in talks to bring more gas from Norway though the new Baltic Pipe connecting the nations.

  • "We are in advanced talks with several entities on the Norwegian Shelf," PGNiG's Przemyslaw Waclawski said.
  • The Baltic Pipe set to begin operating in October is the center point for Poland moving away from Russian gas flows which were cut in April for refusal to pay in roubles.
  • PGNiG have previously said that 800 million cubic metres of gas had been contracted for the fourth quarter of 2022 – this is now being added to.
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Poland’s PGNIG is in talks to bring more gas from Norway though the new Baltic Pipe connecting the nations.

  • "We are in advanced talks with several entities on the Norwegian Shelf," PGNiG's Przemyslaw Waclawski said.
  • The Baltic Pipe set to begin operating in October is the center point for Poland moving away from Russian gas flows which were cut in April for refusal to pay in roubles.
  • PGNiG have previously said that 800 million cubic metres of gas had been contracted for the fourth quarter of 2022 – this is now being added to.