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Poland’s PGNiG Says Russia’s Gazprom Cuts Gas Deliveries by 7%

February 03, 2012

Feb. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Polskie Gornictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo SA, Poland’s dominant gas company also known as PGNiG, said imported Russian gas supplies from a unit of OAO Gazprom have been cut by about 7 percent effective today.

PGNiG has asked the supplier, OOO Gazprom-Export, for an explanation and is awaiting a response, the company said in a regulatory statement.

Poland’s daily gas consumption is now running at about 68 million cubic meters a day as low temperatures spur demand. About 40.8 million cubic meters are being supplied from imports, 7.2 million cubic meters from domestic production, and the rest from underground storage, PGNiG said.

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To contact the editor responsible for this story: David McQuaid at dmcquaid1@bloomberg.net


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