Poland intends to abandon Russian gas
Poland will not renew the contract with & # 171; Gazprom & # 187 ;.
Poland intends to become completely independent from Russian gas supplies from 2023 … The Baltic Pipe gas pipeline will be put into operation on October 1, 2022, reports Chronicle.info with reference to Channel 24.
Therefore, Poland will not renew the contract with & # 171; Gazprom & # 187 ;. This was stated by the plenipotentiary representative of the Polish government in the field of strategic energy infrastructure Piotr Naimsky.
Poland reduces dependence on coal
The process of diversification of energy sources continues. Gasification is a process that limits a country's dependence on coal. According to Naimsky, the volume of gas to be used in Poland will grow by about 50% by 2030.
No gas will be imported from Russia
The Polish company Gaz-System is building interconnectors in neighbouring countries. Thus, they will import a sufficient volume of gas from sources other than Russia.
Please note! & Nbsp; The Baltic Pipe is a gas pipeline connecting the Norwegian gas fields with Denmark and Poland. When it is launched, the gas transportation capacity will be 10 billion cubic meters per year.
There were delays in the construction of the gas pipeline. This is due to environmental issues. The official noted that they were solved by Danish partners. By the way, with the help of Baltic Pipe, Poland will be fully connected with Western European markets. In particular, commercial.
Poland wants to produce gas in Ukraine
The Prime Minister of Poland & nbsp; Mateusz Morawiecki & nbsp; is convinced that production from its own bowels will strengthen the energy independence of Ukraine. Therefore, he offered his Ukrainian colleague the help of Polish companies to start fuel production in Western Ukraine.