Czech refineries PKN Orlen may gain a new source of supply of oil. Gas would be getting there via Gdańsk and Germany.
Over the next seven years running can be a completely new trail oil in Europe. The so-called. oil corridor North-South connects the Baltic to the Adriatic. Through a system of pipelines and oil terminal even about 8 million tons of oil per year will be able to hit from Gdansk to Trieste, Rijeka and in the opposite direction.
This is a very important investment, especially from the point of view of Polish companies: Enterprises PERN (PERN) and PKN Orlen, as well as alternative route for the southern leg of the pipeline "Druzhba".
Terminal and connector
The European Union has already tentatively agreed to finance the investments needed to realize this project. Its key elements are: launching the oil terminal in Gdansk, Pomeranian pipeline modernization Gdańsk-Plock, and above all the construction of the oil switch between Germany and the Czech Republic. These projects included in the version published by the EU in October, so the list. mutual interest.
The pipeline from Germany to the Czech Republic is a project of the Czech transmission system operator Mero. The project is several years, but until now the EU saw him. When Litvinov-Spergau pipeline, with a diameter of 700 mm and a length of 160 km, will connect the German Leuna refinery, associated with the French company Total, and the Czech refineries PKN Orlen, which today are mainly supplied with Russian oil pumped "friendship", to our southern neighbors will be send oil delivered by tankers to Gdansk. Experts do not hide the fact that large farmers would benefit PERN that manages the pipeline in Poland and builds in Gdansk modern storage and handling terminal. fact gain new customers.
Solution good for our companies
- Design Litvinov-Spergau is interesting - do not hide Mariusz Moskalewicz, president of PERN. As he explains, when you look at the map, it is clear that the construction of this section of pipeline would close the ring in this part of Europe. - Would create a real oil corridor North-South, and the oil could be transported so that from the Baltic to the Mediterranean Sea. - For us it is an interesting solution, especially in the context of the construction of a terminal capable of receiving oil from tankers. In addition, the pipeline Pomeranian, but Brody-Adamowo could also be an important element of the corridor - he adds.
Also in Orlen admit that such a solution is interesting, because Czech improve the security of supply for the oil. - Regarding the logistics of supply of oil, we are interested in any proposal that creates opportunities for diversification - emphasizes Beata Karpińska of PKN Orlen's press office. We reserve the right, however, that the project is too fresh to t
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What a mess argument and counter argument all the best posters, bickering, back biting and point scoring. Searcher for the most part keeping out of it.,Lanny also not really getting involved but noticablle to me his posts much diminished on all boards since he first arrived on the scene, though he does remain positive.
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