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Poland Notification to Gazprom: Nyet!

Poland’s PGNiG Tells Gazprom it Plans to End Gas Supply Deal in 2022 (Reuters) Agnieszka Barteczko and Katya Golubkova (Nov. 15): Poland’s dominant gas firm, state-run PGNiG, said on Nov. 15 that it had notified Russia’s Gazprom that it will not renew their long-term deal on gas supplies when the agreement expires after 2022. Poland […]

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Polish LNG Terminal Gets EU Funds

EU Approves Funds for Świnoujście Terminal Expansion The European Commission has approved a €130 million investment from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to expand the LNG terminal in Świnoujście, northwest Poland. The project will increase the terminal’s capacity to convert LNG into its gaseous form, store it, and ensure that it is easily transported. […]

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US-Polish Interests Establish New Dialogue

The U.S. Commercial Service in Warsaw facilitated a trip by government and commercial interests to Poland to attend various events sponsored by LNG Allies during “Energy Exports Week 2018,” including the Third Transatlantic Energy Security Forum in Houston (March 19) and the Expanding Global Gas Infrastructure conference in Washington, DC (March 22). In addition to […]

Categories: Golden Pass LNG, Poland, Port Arthur LNG, Sabine Pass, Sabine-Neches, Sempra LNG

Transatlantic Energy Security Forum III

LNG Allies organized the Third Transatlantic Energy Security Forum (TESF III) at the Petroleum Club of Houston on Mon. March 19. Nearly 100 participants attended this half day conference which focused on the progress that U.S. LNG exporters and natural gas importers and end-users had made since TESF II was held in Houston in April […]

Categories: API, Delfin LNG, Driftwood LNG, Energy Security, Europe, Global Market, Lithuania, LNG Allies, Magnolia LNG, Our Energy Moment, Poland, Port Arthur LNG, Tellurian Inc., US Commercial Service, USTDA

USLNG to Central Europe (Finally!)

In a news release (Apr. 27), the Polish Oil and Gas Co. (PGNiG) said: “The first cargo of LNG from a U.S. supplier is planned to arrive at the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście. The spot cargo will be delivered by Cheniere Energy, [and] is the first delivery of LNG from a U.S. […]

Categories: Poland, Sabine Pass

Recent LNG Developments

Congress is now in recess for the Thanksgiving holiday, with both chambers scheduled to reconvene early during the week of Nov. 28 to pass another stop-gap government funding bill and to address a few other matters. One item still on the agenda is the legislation that would set a new statutory deadline on the Department […]

Categories: API, Congress, Czech Republic, DOE, Estonia, Europe, Hungary, Latvia, Legislation, Lithuania, LNG Allies, Our Energy Moment, Poland, Slovak Republic, US House, US Senate

LNG Legislation Still Matters

Sometimes on the public policy battlefield it makes sense to lay down your non-lethal weapons (such as bulleted one-pagers and email-tracked vehicles) and declare victory. However, with regard to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) legislation, that time has not yet come (despite last week’s electoral results). For reasons outlined below, the U.S. LNG export community […]

Categories: Congress, Czech Republic, Estonia, Europe, Export License, Hungary, Latvia, Legislation, Lithuania, LNG Allies, Our Energy Moment, Poland, Slovak Republic, US House, US Senate

Seven Ambassadors Support USLNG Action

On Mon. Nov. 14, seven ambassadors from Central and Eastern Europe sent joint letters to congressional leaders, calling on them to “continue working towards the goal of enacting LNG legislation still in 2016.” The effort was spearheaded by the Embassy of Poland and the letters were signed by ambassadors from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, […]

Categories: Congress, Czech Republic, Estonia, Europe, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovak Republic, Ukraine, US House, US Senate

The Essence of a Deal

The Hon. Charles D. McConnell and Fred H. Hutchison Although we’re not even a full quarter into 2016, this year is shaping up to be the most momentous in decades, and we’re not talking just about the elections. We’re also talking about American energy exports. Since the beginning of the year, tankers laden with U.S. […]

Categories: Congress, Croatia, DOE, Export License, Lithuania, Poland, US House, US Senate

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