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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

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/regasification/05052016/pgnig-considering-purchasing-five-lng-cargoes-2394/

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