As announced on August 16, 2019, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted PGNiG Upstream Norway AS a drilling permit for well 6507/5-9 S in production licence 838.
PGNiG forecasts that gas production will grow from 4.6bn cubic metres per year in 2019 to 5.2bn cubic metres in 2021. In its forecast published on Wednesday, the company also expects a decrease in oil production from Polish fields and an increase in production from Norwegian fields. The forecast concerns […]
One of the largest investments in the history of the Polish energy industry are the planned offshore wind farms (OWF) in the Southern Baltic. The Port of Gdynia, the Kosakowo commune, the city of Rumia and the city of Gdynia signed a letter of intent regarding the construction of offshore […]
“The Polish energy sector wants to invest in wind farms in the Baltic Sea and other renewable sources to increase their share in the energy mix to 27% by 2030. “- Henryk Baranowski, President of the Polish Electricity Committee, said. This assurance was given on Wednesday in Brussels during the […]
We hope that the first electricity from PGE’s offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea will flow to Polish homes in the years 2025-2026 – said Monika Morawiecka from PGE Baltica to the Polish Press Agency in Brussels. Morawiecka took part in a conference on the energy transformation of the […]
On Monday, June 17, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate issued a permit to Aker BP ASA, the operator, to drill an exploration well 25/2-20 under license 442 in the Norwegian North Sea sector. The 25/2-20 well will be drilled by the Deepsea Stavanger semi-submersible platform at position: 59°52’27.05″ N and 02°27’29.23″ […]
PGNiG Upstream Norway and its partners decided to move to Select Phase of the project during which key technical decisions regarding the field development will be made. This will lead to a final selection of the development concept scheduled for Q3 2020.
PGNiG Upstream Norway will acquire 22.2 percent of shares in King Lear field – PL146 and PL333 licenses – from Total E&P Norge. The volume of production in the part attributable to PGNiG may reach 0.25 bcm of natural gas annually. The production start is planned for 2025.
Cyprus Energy Minister Jeorjos Lakkotrypis said on Wednesday that the Mediterranean island could earn more than 9 billion dollars over 18 years from the export of gas extracted from the submarine field of Aphrodite, AP said. He stressed that the renegotiated contract with a consortium including Shell, Noble Energy from […]
The first well is expected to start production in June 2020. By the end of the year the next three wells will commence production. The Ærfugl project will be developed using innovative technical solutions.
Drewil is a family-run company specializing mainly in marine rescue equipment, especially in pilot and embarkation ladders. Drewil has been present in the shipbuilding industry for over 35 years. Its motto “Safety by Quality” sets the company’s idea and shapes the production profile. And ensuring the safety of life at […]
Gaz-System signed the agreement on co-financing the Baltic Pipe construction works under the Connecting Europe Facility with the Innovation and Network Executive Agency of the EU. The ceremony of signing the agreement for the subsidy in the maximum amount of nearly EUR 215 million, took place in Brussels on 15 […]
PGNiG Upstream Norway and Aker BP have signed a contract for the lease of a semi-submersible drilling rig. In autumn, the exploration well will start to be drilled on the Shrek prospectus within PL838 license. For the PGNiG Group, it will be the first drill well in the role of […]
JDR Cable Systems (JDR), the leading supplier of subsea umbilicals and power cables to the offshore energy industry, owned by the TFKable Group, Poland, has been selected by Jan De Nul to supply subsea power cables and accessories for the Taiwan Power Company Offshore Wind Farm Phase One.
PGNiG Upstream Norway, a Norwegian subsidiary of the PGNiG Group, obtained three new licenses from the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy as part of the annual APA 2018 (Awards in Predefined Areas) licensing round. On two of them the company will act as the operator.
PGNiG Upstream Norway AS has acquired a detailed 2D seismic image, which will facilitate the selection of a drilling location in the Shrek prospect within the PL838 licence area. It will be the first well drilled by the PGNiG Group as a licence operator on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.