PGNiG’s Norwegian subsidiary closer to drilling its first exploration well as licence operator
PGNiG Upstream Norway AS has acquired a detailed 2D seismic image, which will facilitate the selection of a drilling location in the Shrek prospect within the PL838 licence area. It will be the first well drilled by the PGNiG Group as a licence operator on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
PGNiG: another long-term contract for the American LNG signed
Polish Oil and Gas Company and the American company Port Arthur LNG, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, have signed a 20-year contract for the sales and purchase of liquefied natural gas.
PGNiG: final consent to buy Tommeliten Alpha interest from Equinor
PGNiG Upstream Norway AS obtained a consent of the Norway’s Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to purchase over 42% shares in the Tommeliten Alpha filed from Equinor. The acquisition will allow to increase company’s gas production output from Norwegian portfolio by 0.5 bcm/year.
PGNiG: another spot delivery of US-sourced LNG to Świnoujście
On Thursday December 13th, PGNiG SA will receive a delivery of liquefied gas shipped to Świnoujście by Centrica LNG Company Limited. It will be the third spot delivery arriving at the President Lech Kaczyński Terminal this year.
The golden age of gas is coming – The PGNiG Group at the COP24 climate summit
“We want the customers that have access to coal to have access to gas as well. The golden era of this commodity is ahead of us,” said Piotr Woźniak, President of PGNiG, during the COP24 climate conference in Katowice.
PGNiG begins the search for hydrocarbons in the United Arab Emirates
Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) won a tender for acquisition of rights to explore for, to appraise and to produce hydrocarbons – in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah. The United Arab Emirates is another country in which the Polish company was recognized for knowledge and competence in the upstream area.
Natural gas to improve air quality – PGNiG is a partner of the COP24 UN climate summit
Natural gas as a low-emission fuel for sustainable development and the advantages of gas in the light of the obligations under the Paris Agreement and the need to improve air quality are some of the topics that Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo will address during the COP24 climate summit held in Katowice. The company is an official partner of the conference. On December 10th, on the premises of the Polish Pavilion, it will host two debates attended by international experts.
Statement of PGNiG Management Board following Final Investment Decision on Baltic Pipe Project
The Management Board of PGNiG SA is satisfied with the information on the investment decision regarding the construction of the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline. This is a key investment from the point of view of Poland's energy security and implementation of the PGNiG Group strategy.
PGNiG to invest in hydrogen technologies
Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) has launched a research and development project called ELIZA. In the future, the company wants to generate hydrogen through electrolysis relying on renewable energy sources and then inject it into gas storage facilities. This has been identified as one of the business areas holding the greatest growth potential for the entire Group.
PGNiG Group: sustained improvement in Q3 2018 YTD financial performance
The PGNiG Group posted an improvement across all key financials, both for Q3 2018 and year to date. For Q1-Q3 2018, the Group’s revenue was PLN 28.48bn, its EBITDA came in at PLN 5.77bn, and net profit reached PLN 2.82bn.
PGNiG: 24-year contract with Cheniere signed – deliveries of American LNG to Poland will commence in 2019
Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) and Cheniere Marketing International LLP have signed a long-term agreement for supplies of liquefied natural gas from the USA.
PGNiG prepares a development plan for another field in Norway
The gas reserves of the Fogelberg field are estimated at between 7 and 14 bcm. The start of commercial production is in line with the plans of PGNiG as the company seeks to increase the production of natural gas in Norway in order to supply it via the Baltic Pipe to Poland.
PGNiG to buy Tommeliten Alpha interest from Equinor
PGNiG Upstream Norway AS, part of the PGNiG SA Group, signed a sales and purchase agreement with Equinor (formerly Statoil) to buy into the Tommeliten Alpha gas and condensate field, located in the southern part of the Norwegian Continental Shelf in the greater Ekofisk Area. The transaction marks a next step in the implementation of the PGNiG Group's strategy and will allow for a significant increase in natural gas production outside Poland.
PGNiG and Venture Global LNG Announce LNG Sales and Purchase Agreements for 2 Million Tonnes Per Year
For a 20-year term, Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) will receive liquefied natural gas from the USA for domestic customers or for resale. Under the agreements, PGNiG will purchase LNG on a free on board (FOB) basis starting from the commercial operation date of the Venture Global Calcasieu Pass LNG export facility, currently expected in 2022, and the commercial operation date of the Venture Global Plaquemines LNG export facility, currently expected in 2023.
Press communication concerning complaint to the Court of Justice of the European Union on agreement with Gazprom.
PGNiG Group to step up production and roll out gas network in Zielona Góra and Poznań regions
The increased gas output will benefit the CHP plants in Gorzów Wielkopolski and Zielona Góra, supplying heat and electricity to local households and businesses. With new investment projects under way, more residents of the Zielona Góra province will gain access to the gas distribution network.
PGNiG: Breakthrough in Natural Gas Exploration in Podkarpacie Region
Within the next 5 years, natural gas extraction in Podkarpacie Region is set to rise by 28 per cent to 1.75 billion m3 a year, estimates Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG SA). The new deposits will boost Polish energy security and contribute to regional development.
PGNiG: Natural gas consumption in Poland is rising, with LNG accounting for nearly 20 percent of imports
Basing on confirmed reports, the Company informs that between January-August 2018, LNG accounted for nearly 20 percent of imports, while natural gas from Russia accounted for ca. 74 percent of imports.
PGNiG and ERU’s new success in Ukraine
Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) and Energy Resources of Ukraine will supply natural gas to Ukrtransgaz, a gas transmission network and storage facilities operator.
Gazprom Plays for Time as it Challenges Partial Award of the Arbitration Court in Stockholm Issued in Favour of PGNiG
Arbitration Court in Stockholm informed that Gazprom challenged its partial award from 30 June, in which it agreed with PGNiG that the Company has contractual grounds to request a change in prices charged by Gazprom for natural gas supplied to Poland under the Yamal Contract.