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Poland has No Power to Veto Certification of Nord Stream 2

Poland’s energy company PGNiG will not have the right to veto the certification of Russia’s Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, says German energy regulator Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA). The Warsaw-based firm, however, will get an opportunity to muster the arguments during certification proceedings of the widely-debated pipeline, the watchdog said as quoted …

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Poland’s Orlen Aims for 2050 Emission Neutrality

Poland’s oil and energy giant PKN Orlen says it is aiming at carbon emission neutrality by the year 2050. Central and Eastern Europe’s leader in the energy sector, Orlen said this week it will invest heavily in developing cleaner production methods and greater efficiency, as well as in wind and …

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Gazprom to Pay 50 Million Euros Fine to Poland

The Polish antitrust regulator announced that they are fining Gazprom for refusing to cooperate in a case related to the construction of Nord Stream 2. The fine amounts to 50 million euros and is the largest possible, explained the Polish side. The investigation is related to the financing of the …

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