The Baltic Pipe opens between Norway and Poland

MOSCOW, 27 Sep — PRIME. The Baltic Pipe gas pipeline, laid between Norway and Poland, will open on Tuesday.

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The total capacity of Baltic Pipe is 10 billion cubic meters per year. It is expected to be achieved from the beginning of 2023.

The Polish government has stated that the republic plans to replace the previously supplied gas from Russia with gas supplies via the Baltic Pipe.

On April 27, Gazprom suspended the export of gas to a Polish company due to non-payment for deliveries under the new scheme in rubles. Poland previously received up to 10 billion gas from Russia per year through the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline.

Recently, Poland’s climate and environment minister, Anna Moskva, said that some of the Baltic Pipe’s capacity may be unclaimed.

In turn, the Polish oil and gas concern PGNiG announced that it would use the capacity of this gas pipeline to 100%.

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“We clarify that PGNiG will use the gas pipeline capacity planned for this year by 100%. Gas supplies are also provided for the entire heating season 2022-2023,” the message says.

It is noted that PGNiG in the past few weeks has concluded additional contracts for the purchase of gas from companies operating on the Norwegian continental shelf. “Thanks to this, the company has gas volumes for the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline at a level that guarantees that, together with other sources of acquisition (domestic production, LNG supplies and stockpiles), it will be able to fully meet the demand of its Polish consumers in the upcoming heating season,” also the message says.

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