Locked content Gas export to Poland by Gazprom up 6.7% in Jan.-Oct.

In 10 months gas export to Poland by Gazprom increased by 6.7 percent y/y, Gazprom reported on Twitter. Gas export to Europe rose to 161.4 billion cubic meters from January to October, showing a 4.4 percent growth y/y. During the 10-month period, Russian gas giant produced 408.1 billion cubic meters...

Locked content PGNiG files complaint against the EC’s decision on Gazprom 

PGNiG has taken legal action against the European Commission, complaining to the EU court about its decision regarding the settlement with Gazprom. The company believes that the Russian monopolist continues to violate EU law. Now the judges of the EU Court of Justice in Luxembourg will analyze the c...

Locked content PGNiG: share of gas imported from Russia declines

The share of gas imported to Poland from Russia systematically declines, despite slightly higher supply from Gazprom versus a year ago. The increase in delivery comes from the general increase of gas consumption in Poland, PGNiG said. On Thursday, Gazprom reported gas sales for the first seven month...

Locked content Gazprom Jan-July natural gas export up by 6.6%

Russian energy supplier Gazprom increased natural gas export to Poland by 6.6 percent in January-July 2018, the company said. In the same period exports to Germany increased by 12.3 percent, to Austria by 48.3 percent, to the Netherlands by 53.8 percent, to France by 11.8 percent, to Croatia by 40.1...

Locked content Arbitration court (partially) sides with PGNiG in row with Gazprom

The Arbitration Tribunal in Stockholm said that WSE-listed gas giant PGNiG is entitled to a reduction in gas prices purchased from Russian Gazprom retroactive to November 1, 2014, the company said in a market filing, The court, however, rejected the PGNiG’s cut proposal, deeming it “too aggressive.”...

Locked content EU commission decides against penalties for Gazprom

The European Commission has decided to impose on Gazprom a set of obligations to address competition concerns.  The Russian company will not have to pay penalties for monopolistic practices. “Today’s decision removes obstacles created by Gazprom, which stand in the way of the free flow o...

Locked content PGNiG to deliver gas to Ukraine, after Gazprom shutdown

WSE-listed, state-run gas giant PGNiG signed an ad hoc agreement on supplying over 60 million cubic meters of natural gas to Ukraine, after Russian Gazprom suspended deliveries to Kiev. “The current situation related to gas supplies proves that our decision to diversify sources of supply was right. ...

Locked content PGNiG expects Gazprom dispute to be solved by end-March

According to the CEO of WSE-listed gas giant PGNiG the last hearing in the arbitration case against the Russian peer Gazprom has been scheduled for the last decade of March. “Afterward, we expect the ruling to be passed within weeks, not months,” Piotr Woźniak added. Back in November, PGNiG filed a ...

Locked content Gazprom wants to renegotiate prices with PGNiG

WSE-listed, state-owned gas giant PGNiG received a formal request from Russian giant Gazprom to renegotiate contract price of natural gas delivered through the Yamal pipeline. “Gazprom’s renegotiation request is not justified and it does not satisfy the formal requirements specified in the Yam...