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PGNiG considering purchasing five LNG cargoes

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According to Reuters, PGNiG – a Polish state-run gas company – has announced that is considering the possibility of purchasing five LNG cargoes as spot contracts in June and July 2016.

The cargoes will be delivered irrespective of PGNiG’s long-term supply contracts with Qatargas.

A new Baltic Sea LNG terminal would receive the cargoes. The terminal is Poland’s major project to reduce dependence on Russian supplies.

Edited from various sources by David Rowlands

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