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Qatargas to double LNG supplies to Poland

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Reuters are reporting that Qatargas has agreed to double volumes of LNG it supplies to Poland's gas firm PGNiG to 2 million tpy at a price that may have positive impact on PGNiG's bottom line.

The deal is a side agreement to a long term-contract PGNiG and Qatargas signed in 2009.

The companies then agreed that Qatargas will deliver to Poland around 1 million t or around 1.5 billion m3 of gas annually for 20 years starting from 2014. At the time PGNiG estimated the deal's annual average value at around US$550 million.

"We have conducted the talks for a few months. It was the best offer. This is now the biggest Qatargas contract of this type in Europe," PGNiG deputy head Maciej Wozniak announced to a conference on 14 March.

The new deal will come into effect at the start of 2018 and run until June 2034.

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