|2019-12-02 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
中国石化新闻网讯 据11月29日Gas Processing报道，波兰石油和天然气公司(PGNiG)宣布，它将成为Klaipeda小型液化天然气加气站的唯一用户，为期五年。
对PGNiG来说，这是在中欧、东欧和波罗的海盆地获得竞争力和市场地位的重要一步。与Klaipedos Nafta (KN)的合同是在Klaipeda签署的，正式运营将从2020年4月开始。
PGNiG管理委员会主席Piotr Wozniak表示：“Klaipedos Nafta很欣赏我们在运营和销售小型液化天然气方面的经验，无论是在Swinoujscie的Lech Kaczynski终端，还是在Odolanow和Grodzisk Wielkopolski的液化天然气项目上都取得了不错成绩。PGNiG还将更好地融入波罗的海国家的小型液化天然气市场，并通过在立陶宛使用陆上液化天然气再装填站，提高其向来自波兰东北部和中欧及东欧地区客户提供服务的竞争力。从供应安全的角度来看，PGNiG将能够独立决定从谁那里购买并将液化天然气带到立陶宛的陆上再装站。”
洪伟立 摘译自 Gas Processing
PGNiG enters small scale LNG market in Lithuania
Polish Oil and Gas Co. (PGNiG) has announced that it will be the sole user of the small scale LNG reloading station in Klaipeda for a period of five years.
For PGNiG, this is an important step in building competence and position on this market in Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltic Sea basin. The contract with Klaipedos Nafta (KN) was signed in Klaipeda and actual operations will start from April 2020.
KN is the operator of oil terminals and a FSRU terminal in Klaipeda, and is an operator of a small scale LNG reloading station. This installation is located at the entrance to the port of Klaipeda (about 7 km from the FSRU).
“Klaipedos Nafta appreciated our experience in operations and sales of small scale LNG from the President Lech Kaczynski Terminal in Swinoujscie and from our LNG facilities in Odolanów and Grodzisk Wielkopolski,” said Piotr Wozniak, President of the PGNiG Management Board. “PGNiG will also gain better access to the small scale LNG market in the Baltic countries and increase the competitiveness of its offer for customers from the area of north-eastern Poland and Central and Eastern Europe due to the use of the onshore LNG reloading station in Lithuania. It is very important from the point of view of security of supply that PGNiG will independently decide from whom to buy and bring LNG to the onshore reloading station in Lithuania.”
The wharf of the Klaipeda LNG reloading station also makes it possible to bunker ships powered by LNG engines.
“Having a strategic partner will bring a great synergy enabling the LNG reloading station operated by KN. Development of small scale and off grid LNG markets in Baltic countries and Poland brings various new opportunities to make supply of cleaner energy for businesses across the region more accessible. It will also provide more possibilities to diversify the supply for the industrial objects and settlements remoted from the pipeline, as well as for road and maritime transport,” said Darius Šilenskis, CEO of KN.