Locked content PGNiG reserves transit capacity for Baltic Pipe gas link

WSE-listed, state owned gas giant PGNIG has submitted a motion for reserving transit capacity in the Baltic Pipe gas link in the first phase of the Open Season procedure, the company said in a market filing. “PGNiG is planning to also take part in the second phase of the procedure starting September...

Locked content Baltic Pipe open session a success

State-run gas transit operator Gaz-System and Danish Energinet will carry on with works on the Baltic Pipe gas link after the first stage of open sessions ended in a success. “The first stage of open season 2017 for the Baltic Pipe project confirmed market’s interest in realization of this pro...

Locked content Baltic Pipe to be built if demand meets 75% capacity

According to Danish Energinet, the Baltic Pipe gas link will be built if the project will have 75 percent of its 10 billion cubic meters capacity secured in long-term contracts. The company will proceed with economic tests if t manages to secure such bids, which would have to be at least 15-year con...

Locked content Gaz-System expects to spend €874 mln on Baltic Pipe

Poland’s gas transit operator Gaz-System expects to spend up to €874 million into the construction of the Baltic Pipe project, according to the company’s preliminary estimates. The amount includes €442 million for the Polish part of the link connecting Danish Zealand to Niechorze, €91 mi...

Locked content Poland to cover over half of the Baltic Pipe cost

According to the government proxy for energy infrastructure, Piotr Naimski, Poland will have to pay over 50 percent of the cost of the Baltic Pipe gas link, estimated at €1.7 billion. The Danish side expects to spend some €0.67-0.94 billion on the scheme. Baltic Pipe is a planned gas transmission pi...

Locked content Poland and Denmark sign memorandum on Baltic Pipe

Poland’s PM Beata Szydło and her Danish counterpart Lars Lokke Rasmussen signed a memorandum of understanding on the Baltic Pipe gas project. “This is a very important investment for Poland, this is an issue related to the improvement of energy security of Poland, but also of the entire region...

Locked content Danish investors estimates Baltic Pipe cost at €1.6-2.2 bln

According to Energinet, Danish gas operator involved in the Baltic Pipe project, the gas link will cost some €1.6-2.2 billion. The Danish side expects to spend some €0.67-0.94 billion on the scheme. Energinet along with its Polish peer Gaz-System, launched an Open Season procedure on the project, ai...

Locked content Open Season procedure to be launched on the Baltic Pipe scheme

Gaz-System along with its Danish peer Energinet will launch a binding Open Season procedure on the panned Baltic Pipe on Tuesday. The procedure is aimed to confirm the extent of gas demand and the required capacity for the gas link. “The government will later have to make a decision on more binding ...

Locked content Baltic Pipe talks in final stage – Naimski

Piotr Naimski, government’s proxy for energy infrastructure said that the talks with Denmark over the planned Baltic Pipe gas link are nearing the end, and the project should be launched by end-2022. “Talks with our Danish partners are in the last stage and we can expect that this plan of conn...

Locked content Poland and Norway MFAs discuss Baltic Pipe project

A proposed gas link to supply Poland from the North Sea was a major talking point during the meeting of Polish and Norwegian ministers of foreign affairs on Friday. Polish side is pushing for the project to be greenlit and hopes to have it built within the next five-six years, Polish minister Witold...