Wypowiedzi Piotra Naimskiego dla agencji Bloomberg:
– We’re not diversifying our supplies in order to continue with Russia. It’s a question of security and the Baltic Pipe is not a part of negotiations with Gazprom.
– If we want to prolong the Gazprom contract we would need to start talks in December 2019, but by that time we’re going to be certain that the Baltic Pipe will be built, so we’re in a comfortable situation. At the same time, Poland is ready for any kind of supply risk in the transition period.
– The connection with Slovakia is key as it gives us access, via Hungary, to other countries. We will be able to supply up to 5 billion cubic meters to that region and for some countries it’s their annual use.
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