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    édité le 18/01/2019 - Plus de news de "PGNIG" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "PGNIG"


PGNIG: Three new licenses in Norway
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.

“The investments in Norway are underpinning the development of Poland's energy independence. The three new concessions on the Norwegian continental shelf come as very good news for the PGNiG and offer a big chance for large discoveries of natural gas deposits. It is worth emphasizing that the awarded licenses are based mainly on interesting and innovative exploration concepts developed at PGNiG, aimed mainly at exploring natural gas in – among others – the Cenozoic era formations, which have been recognized by the best oil companies and government institutions responsible for the development of the oil and gas industry in Norway,” said Piotr Woźniak, President of PGNiG.

PGNiG Upstream Norway will act as the operator under the PL838B license with 40 per cent of shares (the remaining shareholders are: Aker BP 30 per cent and DEA 30 per cent) and in the PL1017 license with 50 per cent of shares (the remaining 50 per cent share has been acquired by Equinor). The third obtained license is PL1009 with 35 per cent share, to be operated by ConocoPhillips holding 65 per cent share. All licenses are located in the Norwegian Sea area. In two of them, exploration prospects with gas discovery potential have been identified.

”Norway is a predictable business partner. According to recent estimates by the Norwegian authorities, so far the country has produced less than half of its estimated oil and gas reserves from its shelf. This is a promising market where we achieve good results and robust rates of return on our investments. Gas from Norway will be produced for decades to come. We have been operating in that market for over 11 years, and we intend, as our western neighbors are already doing, to import gas from our own deposits through the gas pipeline, starting from 2022,” added Piotr Woźniak.

The fact that PGNiG has been granted the operatorship for further two licenses is proof of the Norwegian authorities' high regard for the company's competences. Under the PL838B and PL1017 licenses, PGNiG has been given two years to carry out appropriate geological and geophysical studies, the purpose of which will be to accurately estimate the potential petroleum reserves of the areas covered by the licenses. After this period, decisions will be made to drill exploratory wells or surrender certain licenses without drilling (“drill or drop decision”). Under the PL1009 license, which is operated by ConocoPhillips, the partners are required to drill an exploratory well within two years.

The PGNiG Group is present in Norway through its subsidiary PGNiG Upstream Norway, which currently holds shares in 24 licenses. The Norwegian Continental Shelf is one of the investment priorities set out in the Strategy of the PGNiG Group for 2017-2022.

About PGNIG

Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) is the leader of the Polish natural gas market. Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange the company’s core business includes exploration and production of natural gas and crude oil. Its key subsidiaries import, store, sell and distribute gaseous and liquid fuels. They also generate heat and electricity. PGNiG holds stake in about 30 companies including entities that provide professional geophysical, drilling and maintenance services. PGNiG holds exploration and production licenses on the Norwegian Continental Shelf and in Pakistan. The exploration and production activity in Norway is carried out by PGNiG Upstream Norway. While Munich-based PGNiG Supply & Trading is engaged in gas trading in Western Europe, also operating the LNG trading office in London.


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