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Watch an interview with Piotr Woźniak, President of the Management Board of PGNiG SA, talking about the key factors and decisions with an impact on the Group’s operations in 2018.
Our achievements
LNG supplies
United Arab Emirates
Pakistan
Distribution
Exploration and Production
Generation
Business model
Business model
Exploration and Production
Trade and Storage
Distribution
Generation
Social
responsibility
Energy security Innovations Environment Customer Employees
We take care
of our environment
At the PGNiG Group, we are aware of our environmental impact, and corporate social responsibility is embedded in our system of values. We conduct our business activities keeping stakeholder expectations front of mind. We have committed to meeting the highest standards in terms of a transparent organisational culture, relations with employees and customers, corporate citizenship, and pro-environmental initiatives.
Robert Perkowski
Vice President of the Management Board, Operations
Respect Index
PGNiG is among the elite companies in corporate social responsibility.
Social activity
To Be Like Ignacy
A programme promoting science among primary school children.
Social activity
Innovations
We seek to fully harness novel solutions and fresh ideas put forward by small firms and innovative start-ups. We expect them to offer new solutions, new approaches or ideas to rearrange existing solutions into a completely new whole.
Łukasz Kroplewski
Vice-President of the Management Board, Development
InnVento
A centre supporting the growth of energy start-ups.
Innovation and business growth
Young Innovators for PGNiG
A competition designed for young scientists.
Customers
Care for our customers and their satisfaction is one of the key areas of focus for the PGNiG Group. We retain existing customers and win new ones by implementing various projects focused on professional and friendly customer service and by catering for diverse needs.
Robert Perkowski
Vice President of the Management Board, Operations
Natural gas: safe and reliable
Educational campaign of PSG and the PGNiG Foundation
Debt of Gratitude
Real support for heroes of Polish history.
Employees
The PGNiG Group’s ambition is to build an effective organisation based on the unique competences and qualifications of its employees. An integral part of pursuing this ambition is a coherent organisational culture grounded in business ethics and corporate values.
Robert Perkowski
Vice President of the Management Board, Operations
Employee satisfaction
and commitment survey
Building a kindergarten and nursery
for children of PGNiG employees under the Ignacy project.
By securing contracts for the supply of liquified natural gas to the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście, we have effected the long-awaited shift in our gas import basket. This is a major milestone for our business – not only have we considerably improved pricing terms and reliability of gas imports, but we are also becoming a major player on the international market for LNG, which many experts believe to be the future of global gas trading.
Piotr Woźniak
President of the PGNiG Management Board
Multi-year contract
for LNG deliveries
Strategy in action
Gas grid rollout
Around PLN 643m to be spent on grid expansion and new customer connections.
Strategy in action
Record-breaking
results

Sustained earnings growth in 2018 despite strong volatility in energy markets.

Shift in imports
structure

We are becoming a major player in the LNG market

Nationwide gas grid rollout

Approximately 90% of Poles will have access to the natural gas grid by 2022

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Diversification
programme
LNG long-term contracts
LNG medium-term contracts
LNG spot deliveries
Baltic pipe
Exploration and Production
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Cheniere Marketing International LLP
Delivery period: 2019–2042

1.7 bcm
of regasified LNG annually

DES (delivery ex-ship)
Venture Global LNG
Delivery period: 2022-2042

2.7 bcm
of regasified LNG annually

FOB (free-on-board)
Port Arthur LNG LLC
Delivery period: 2023 – 2043

2.7 mld m³
of regasified LNG annually

FOB (free-on-board)
Qatargas
Delivery period: 2009-2034

2.7 bmc of regasified LNG annually

DES (delivery ex-ship)
Centrica LNG Company Limited
Delivery period: 2018-2022

9
LNG cargoes

DES (delivery-ex-ship)
Qatargas
Spot cargoes delivered in 2017
1 spot cargo of LNG delivered from the US in 2018

80 mcm - of regasified LNG
3 spot cargoes of LNG delivered from Norway in 2018

240 mcm - of regasified LNG
Baltic Pipe (not yet operational)

10 bcm maximum capacity in gas transport to Poland (annually)

3 bcm Maximum capacity in gas transport to Denmark and Sweden (annually)
Poland

54 oil and gas production facilities

85 bcm - proven natural gas reserves

3.8 bcm – 2018 volume of gas produced
Norway

13.9 bcm - proven natural gas reserves

0.54 bcm - 2018 volume of gas produced

2.5 bcm - annual gas production target after 2022
Pakistan

9.4 bcm - estimated natural gas reserves

0.2 bcm - 2018 volume of gas produced

0.9 bcm - annual gas production target after 2022
United Arab Emirates

Licence to explore for, appraise and produce hydrocarbons in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah acquired in 2018
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R&D
and innovation
A multi-year project in pre-mining drainage of coal bed methane will improve mine safety, increase Poland’s energy independence and reduce air emissions of methane as a greenhouse gas.
Piotr Woźniak
President of the Management Board
LNG regasification stations built to serve local micro gas networks are a way to provide gas to off-the-grid locations.
Piotr Woźniak
President of the Management Board
Bunkering LNG-fuelled ships is one of many options to use the gas brought to Poland by PGNiG via the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście.
Maciej Woźniak
Vice President of the Management Board, Trade
In the future, PGNiG wants to generate hydrogen through electrolysis relying on renewable energy sources, and then inject it into gas storage facilities. Taking a long-term perspective, hydrogen is the future of the global energy sector.
Łukasz Kroplewski
Vice President of the Management Board, Development
MiniDrill is an innovative solution that can increase hydrocarbon production and reduce drilling costs. The innovative technology would involve drilling a large number of parallel small-diameter boreholes using a high-pressure jet of water.
Łukasz Kroplewski
Vice President of the Management Board, Development
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A multi-year project in pre-mining drainage of coal bed methane will improve mine safety, increase Poland’s energy independence and reduce air emissions of methane as a greenhouse gas.
Piotr Woźniak
President of the Management Board
LNG regasification stations built to serve local micro gas networks are a way to provide gas to off-the-grid locations.
Piotr Woźniak
President of the Management Board
Bunkering LNG-fuelled ships is one of many options to use the gas brought to Poland by PGNiG via the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście.
Maciej Woźniak
Vice President of the Management Board, Trade
In the future, PGNiG wants to generate hydrogen through electrolysis relying on renewable energy sources, and then inject it into gas storage facilities. Taking a long-term perspective, hydrogen is the future of the global energy sector.
Łukasz Kroplewski
Vice President of the Management Board, Development
MiniDrill is an innovative solution that can increase hydrocarbon production and reduce drilling costs. The innovative technology would involve drilling a large number of parallel small-diameter boreholes using a high-pressure jet of water.
Łukasz Kroplewski
Vice President of the Management Board, Development

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