In the second quarter of 2022, the amount of gas flowing through the Polish transportation system decreased by 61%. Compared to the second quarter of 2021 – ERO announced on Friday. Gas supplies from outside the European Union via gas pipelines decreased by 91.5%. What did we replace them with? According to the office, gas supplies through the LNG terminal in Owenogese increased by 33.2 percent. 171 per cent also increased gas supplies from the European Union through gas pipelines.
End of business with the Russians
Remember that until the end of 2022, Poland signed with Gazprom Contract for the supply of gas worth about 10 billion PLN annually. PGNiG She had been announcing for a long time that the contract would not be renewed. However, problems with imports from Russia began even faster, after the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24.
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in 2023 PGNiG will be able to import from Norway to Poland through the Baltic pipelines at least 6.5 billion cubic meters. natural gas. This means that the company will meet at least 80 percent. Reserved capacity for the new gas pipeline. The company reported that in 2024 the volume of supplies will increase by more than 1 billion cubic meters, and the degree of utilization of the transport capacity of the Baltic Pipes held by PGNiG will exceed 90 percent.
According to URE data published on Friday In the second quarter of 2022, gas was traded mostly in exchange transactions. The average price of gas supplied in this way was significantly lower than in OTC transactions, the Office of Energy Regulatory notes. The volume of gas supplied as a result of transactions on the Polish Energy Exchange amounted to 31.4 TWh, and the average price was less than PLN 303 per megawatt-hour.
The volume of gas saved as a result of transactions concluded in the OTC wholesale market was approximately 2.2 TWh, and the average price was PLN 360 per megawatt-hour. The lowest volume recorded in the past five years was in the second quarter – He stressed the government.
Data from the Energy Regulatory Bureau show that at the end of the second quarter of 2022, out of 179 companies with concessions for trading in gaseous fuels in our country, 90 companies actively participated in this trade.
Gas should not be missing
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