Polish state oil and gas company PGNiG will take a second spot LNG cargo from Norway, the company said in a note on Monday.
The 140,000 cubic metre cargo, which will equate to around 82 million cubic metres (MMcm) once regasified, is being delivered by Statoil and is due to arrive at the Lech Kaczyński terminal in Świnoujście on Saturday.
Two previous spot deliveries came from the United States and Qatar. Poland received about 3.5 MMcm of LNG (equating to 2.1 billion cubic metres following...
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