Logistics And Frieght Forwarding

Baltic Pipe Open Season Begins

Poland and Denmark’s state-run gas grid operators, Gaz-System and Energinet, initiated an open season procedure (OSP) for their Baltic Pipe project June 6 – coincidentally a day before the first US LNG cargo to be supplied to Poland berthed at the Swinoujscie LNG import terminal. The pipeline project, which would provide both countries with direct access to Norway’s gas fields, is projected to be 600-800 km long, start operating by late 2022, cost kroner 12bn-16bn (£1. Thank you for appreciating great fact based news coverage and analysis on natural gas developments.

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