The first LNG cargo sold from the United States to Poland is expected to arrive next month, marking a symbolic shift for a country largely dependent on imports from Russia.
Speaking during a visit to Poland last week, European Commission Vice President for Energy Union Maroš Šefcovic said Poland illustrated that gas deliveries to Europe from the US are becoming a reality.
“Poland is one of the frontrunners, with the first cargo expected to arrive in Swinoujscie terminal in June,” Šefcovic said. “At the same time,...
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