Poland’s future LNG terminal to meet European demand
October 9, 2012
Polskie LNG, the investor building Poland's first liquified gas terminal, wants to start extension of the terminal, still under construction, as soon as possible, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna wrote citing Rafal Wardzinski, CEO of Polskie LNG.
The company sees an increased demand for LNG in Europe and for its services.
The built terminal will have a capacity of importing up to 5 bcm of gas, but the technical projects provides a possibility of extending the site to a 7.5 bcm capacity, the daily wrote.