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Poland hikes tariff on Russian gas transit for 2021

Christian Fernsby |
The Energy Regulatory Office of Poland has approved a tariff for gas transit through the Polish section of the Yamal-Europe pipeline.

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Topics: POLAND    RUSSIA    GAS   

"The new tariff for 2021 assumes an increase in average payments for gas transportation services by 16.5% in relation to the current tariff," the statement reads.

The owner of the Polish section of Yamal-Europe pipeline, EuRoPol Gaz,which is a joint venture between Gazprom and the Polish concern PGNiG, will be affected by the increase in the price of the gas transit.

For the operator of the Polish gas pipeline system Gaz-System, the entry tariff will increase by 10-13% compared to the rates in 2020. Exit Rates rate will increase by 0.1%.

At the same time, the new tariffs provide for an increase in the average payments for gas transit services with a high methane content by 16.5% in relation to the current tariff.


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