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“GAZ-SYSTEM’s Innovative Venture: Pioneering Gdańsk’s First Floating LNG Terminal”

GAZ-SYSTEM, in collaboration with the Port of Gdańsk and the Maritime Office in Gdynia, is embarking on the construction of a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) type LNG terminal.

This endeavor is aimed at enhancing the diversification of Poland’s natural gas supply sources, with the terminal poised to fulfill over 30 percent of the country’s demand. Situated within the administrative borders of the Port of Gdańsk, the FSRU terminal and its accompanying transmission infrastructure will be established.

Functioning as a storage vessel for liquefied natural gas (LNG), the floating FSRU incorporates a system for converting the liquefied gas into its gaseous form. The fuel derived from the FSRU will subsequently be channeled into the gearbox network.

Łukasz Malinowski, President of the Port of Gdańsk, emphasized the significance of the terminal, stating, “The terminal will be an important element of the gas import infrastructure for Poland and the CEE region. The role of the Port of Gdańsk as a place of strategic importance will increase even further.”

Echoing this sentiment, Marcin Chludziński, President of GAZ-SYSTEM, underscored the necessity of the FSRU Terminal for Poland, noting that it facilitates LNG importation from any global source. He highlighted that the terminal’s capacity is poised to secure more than 30 percent of the country’s gas demand.

In a significant development, in March, Krzysztof Kaczmarek, President of the Port of Gdańsk, inked two agreements with Polish construction firm PORR S.A. for the renovation of Rudowe and Bytomskie Quays.

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