What goes on in Poland 9th of May.
PGNiG: Gas storage facilities in Poland are 81 percent full
PGNiG announced that gas storage facilities in Poland were full at 81 percent.
“Gas reserves in Polish storage facilities are growing. The current storage level is 81 percent,” PGNiG reported on Twitter.
The company emphasizes that this is due, inter alia, to the increase in LNG supplies to Poland in recent weeks. Since 2015, PGNiG has received a total of 163 deliveries of liquefied natural gas from the gas terminal in Świnoujście. The leading direction from which the fuel reaches Poland is Qatar – 99 deliveries. The United States was next, with 47 loads, followed by Norway. Single deliveries, as part of spot transactions, were collected by PGNiG from Nigeria and Trinidad and Tobago.
Orlen in talks with Saudi Aramco about supply security
“Today we spoke with Aramco about further cooperation in many areas. Cooperation with a global partner is essential to ensure the security of supplies of raw materials to Poland and the region,” informed the president of PKN Orlen, Daniel Obajtek.
President Obajtek said he had spoken with Saudi Aramco’s CEO Amin H. Nasser about further strengthening cooperation in various areas. “In addition to the vision of developing a prospective business, cooperation with a global partner is important to ensure the security of supplies of raw materials to Poland and the region,” he tweeted.
According to the decisions announced in mid-January, Saudi Aramco is to buy a thirty percent stake in the Lotos refinery, Hungarian MOL – 417 Lotos gas stations, and Unimot – fuel depots. This allows PKN Orlen to meet the terms of the merger with Lotos imposed by the European Commission.