PGNiG is looking to increase gas production to reduce its dependence on Russian supplies and is targeting Norway as its preferred area for upstream development in 2018.
The Polish state-owned company has set a gas production target of 2.5 billion cubic metres per year by 2022 – the year in which its supply contracts with Moscow expire – up from a current level of 0.5 bcm/y.
“One way to achieve this target is to acquire gas fields on the Norwegian Continental Shelf [NCS] that are already in...
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