On the last day of the year 148 LNG had already been transferred to Świnoujście, PGNiG reported around 1:00 PM on December 31 on its Twitter account. In 2021 alone, this transfer will be the 35th of its kind. As shown, what the methane carrier Megara brought, after re-conversion into gas, will give 95 million cubic meters. Gas. How does this figure compare to gas consumption in Poland?
In its latest quarterly report, PGNiG reported on domestic sales 24.05 billion cubic meters Gas in three quarters of 2021 Of which 11.99 billion cubic meters were imported. It is reported that 95 million cubic meters. More or less enough gas transported by sea One day average monthly consumption in Poland. The main source of gas in the country is still extraction in the country and import from the east.
According to PGNiG data in the presentation of the quarterly report for the third quarter of 2021, the eastern trend, read Russia is up to 67 percent. importAnd From LNG to 24 products. LNG comes to us from Qatar, USA and Norway. 9 percent of the import was from the southern and western direction, that is, it is gas from Russia as well, but it is imported from Germany and through gas pipelines in Ukraine and the Czech Republic. During the year, the proportions changed in favor of LNG – a year ago, LNG imports accounted for 20 percent.
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On a nine-month scale, it is imported via the gas station in Owenogese After regasification, PGNiG acquired 2.92 billion cubic meters. Gas, i.e. an amount similar to the previous year. The production of the PGNiG group reached 3.59 billion cubic meters from January to September. It was 9 percent higher year on year. In the third quarter 44 percent. PGNiG production was in Poland, 56 percent. in Norway.
However, in order to effectively import gas from the PGNiG fields in Norway, it is necessary Complete the gas pipeline Baltic Pipeswant to have Capacity 10 billion cubic meters of gas per year. In an interview with “Do Rzeczy”, Piotr Naimski, State Commissioner for Strategic Energy Infrastructure, recently stated that the Baltic Pipeline will be launched around September 2022, three months before the Yamal contract expires.
Meanwhile, the Yamal gas pipeline, which runs through Poland to Germany, has been in use for more than a week Only to transport gas to Poland. According to the data of the Entsog Transparency platform, as of December 21, Jamal has not arrived in Germany with a cubic meter of gas.
Until December 17, since the beginning of the month, more than 410 GWh of gas was supplied to us from Belarus per day (37 MCM), of which 240-290 GWh (22-26 MCM) went to Germany. Currently, it is just over 90 gigawatt-hours per day (8 million cubic metres) and that’s what’s left in Poland.
The Russians are waiting for the launch of Nord Stream 2Both lines are already filled with gas and are waiting for transfer possibilities to open.
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