Locked content PGG not to meet 2017 production target – Tchórzewski

Poland’s largest coal miner, state-owned Polska Grupa Górnicza will likely fail to meet its production target for this year set at 32 million metric tons. However, it should exceed the 30 million tons mark. “Daily output is growing, I think the output will exceed 30 mln tons, but hard to say h...

Locked content Demand for coal won’t change till 2030 – Tchórzewski

The demand for coal in Poland will remain at the same levels till 2030, energy minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski said. “The production level we currently have may stay the same, if only coal mines manage, but to 2030 demand for coal in Poland won’t decline if we are to cover demand for electrical...

Locked content Tchórzewski: Poland needs nuclear power plant

Poland needs a nuclear power plant in order to reduce CO2 emissions in its energy mix and has to take appropriate steps in the near future, Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski said in an interview with state broadcaster TVP Info. “In the nearest realistic future we will be building a nuclear plant...

Locked content State coal group to be listed on WSE within 5 years – Tchórzewski

Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski said that Poland might float the Polska Grupa Górnicza after its merger with Katowicki Holding Węglowy is completed. “If our economic assumptions materialized, we would like PGG to move in the footsteps of JSW, i.e. to become a listed company within 5 years,” th...