Locked content No delays to the Baltic Pipe – Naimski

The construction of the Baltic Pipe subsea section will start in spring 2020 and will last 24 months – said the government plenipotentiary for strategic energy infrastructure Piotr Naimski. He added that the project is carried out without delay. “The Baltic Pipe project is being conducted with...

EU grants financing for Baltic Pipe preparation stage

Polish and Danish gas operators signed an agreement on Thursday in Copenhagen with EU agency for innovation and grids for the co-financing of the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline. The maximum amount of EU financing available is €33.1 million, Gaz-System informed.

Locked content First leg of Baltic Pipe to be ready in 2020 – Naimski

The first leg of the Baltic Pipe scheme will be ready in 2020, the government plenipotentiary for strategic energy infrastructure Piotr Naimski said. “The time allowed for the construction of the gas pipeline is two years, the first pipe will be laid underwater in 2020. The schedule was planned in a...

Locked content Baltic Pipe location to be announced next year

State-owned gas infrastructure company Gaz-System will decide in the first half of next year on the final route of the Polish part of the Baltic Pipe gas scheme, said the director of the development division Paweł Jakubowski. “We’re analyzing three ‘landing’ locations of the gas pipeline...

Locked content PGNiG books PLN 8.1 bln worth of gas deliveries via Baltic Pipe

Polish gas supplier PGNiG has reserved gas deliveries for a total of PLN 8.1 billion over the period of 15 years in the Open Season procedure for Baltic Pipe. No other reservations were made in the procedure, said government plenipotentiary for energy infrastructure Piotr Naimski. The planned Baltic...

Baltic Pipe passes economic viability tests

The Baltic Pipe scheme has passed the economic viability tests conducted by project’s partners Gaz System and Energinet, which means that one of the conditions to sign deals to transit gas has been met. According to Gaz-System, the first contracts will be signed by end-January 2018 with first ...

Locked content Baltic Pipe enters second phase. PGNiG eyes maximum capacity

WSE-listed, state-owned gas giant PGNiG plans to book highest possible capacity in the planned Baltic Pipe gas link, the company CEO Piotr Woźniak said. “The 7.5 bcm of gas is a realistic volume, but we would gladly accept more,” Woźniak said. Polish, state-owned gas infrastructure operator Gaz-Syst...