Locked content PGNiG: 2,000 voluntary leaves

PGNiG estimates that around 2,000 employees may leave under the program of voluntary redundancy, said CEO Mariusz Zawisza. “The redundancy is voluntary, therefore it is difficult how many employees will apply. Last year, some 2,000 workers participated in the program and we expect that this ye...

Locked content PGNiG net profits rises in Q1

Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo (PGNiG) reported a consolidated net profit of PLN 1.24 billion in Q1 2015, compared with PLN 1.18 billion in Q1 2014, the company announced in a report. The company’s operating profit stood at PLN 1.66 billion, versus PLN 1.56 billion one year before.  C...

Locked content PGNiG and Chevron terminate cooperation

Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo (PGNiG) announced that it has terminated the first stage of the collaboration for shale gas exploration with Chevron Polska Energy Resources due to completion of the work provided and Chevron’s withdrawal from Poland. “Under the agreement, the part...

Locked content PGNiG made 10 drillings in Q1

Poland’s natural gas group PGNiG made 10 drillings in Q1 2015 in Wielkopolskie and Podkarpackie voivodships, of which six were exploratory drillings, while the others were exploitation drillings, the company announced. “Exploratory drillings made in Q1 allow for increasing resources by 22.6 mi...

Locked content PBG to build a mine for PGNiG

PBG oil and gas has signed a deal with PGNiG to construct Radoszyn mine, the ISBnews agency reported, citing a press release. The investment is valued at PLN 85.2 million. PGB will develop a natural gas field and oil deposit area, it will be in charge of the entire paperwork, application for constru...

Locked content PGNiG offers discount program to major clients

Poland’s gas giant PGNiG will launch a discount program called “Liberation of prices” (“Uwolnienie cen”) for its strategic clients in May, the refinery informed in a press release. Participants will receive a discount on tariff prices. The program will last from May til...

Locked content Over 1,300 people to leave PSG voluntarily

More than 1,300 employees applied for joining the voluntary redundancy program at Polska Spółka Gazownictwa (PSG), a subsidiary of PGNiG, a press release reads. The employees with the longest experience may be provided with severance payments worth PLN 100,000 each. “Success of the program was...