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Naftogaz and PGNiG sign gas supply deal

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Naftogaz and PGNiG have signed a contract for urgent gas supplies following Gazprom’s decision to halt the start of gas supply to Naftogaz.

The contracted volume totals over 60 million m3. Delivery has commenced through the Hermanowice node that connects Polish and Ukrainian gas transmission systems.

Piotr Wozniak, President of PGNiG Management Board, commented: “We are prepared to increase the volume of deliveries or extend the effective term of the contract, depending on Ukrainian market demand. PGNiG can ensure stable and secure gas supplies thanks to its diversified portfolio of, which is a mix of domestic production in Poland and import supplies including regular deliveries of LNG from Qatar and the US.

The contract is effective until the end of March 2018.

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