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Baltic Pipe scenario
June 22, 2018   
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The Polish government wants to launch construction of international seabed gas pipeline Baltic Pipe in April 2020 so that it can start receiving Norwegian gas via the pipeline as of October 2022, as foreseen by the signed contracts, national gas grid operator Gaz-System CEO Tomasz Stepien confirmed at a joint press conference with government point-person for strategic energy infrastructure Piotr Naimski. The cabinet plans to issue the first construction permits for the investment in late 2019, he added.
The government will secure sufficient natgas supply to meet its entire foreseeable demand via the Baltic Pipe and expansion of the existing LNG terminal, Naimski told. Annual imports via Baltic Pipe are seen at 10 bcm while the processing capacity of the LNG terminal following its expansion will reach 7.5 bcm, he confirmed.
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