Poland’s transition away from coal in favor of natural gas

Although Poland relies heavily on coal (almost 65%) as a source of energy, the country’s gas supply infrastructure is currently being transformed to become totally independent from Russian gas. Over the last six years gas imports in Poland switched from mostly Russsian gas to a more diversified structure with LNG terminal and Baltic pipe being key contributors Demand for natural gas in Poland has been relatively high in Q4 2023 and at the beginning of 2024 which suggests the market has come back to pre-war levels. Source: AD Little

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