Polish PGNiG and Ukrainian Naftogaz hold talks on cooperation in the gas sector
The management of the largest state-owned oil and gas companies in Poland (PGNiG) and Ukraine (Naftogaz) have held talks on cooperation in the gas sector, according to the press service of PGNiG.
President of the PGNiG Management Board - Pavel Maevsky, vice-President Chairman Robert Perkovsky, and Artur Tsishlyk met with Naftogaz Chairman Yuri Vitrenko and his team.
The meeting discussed the possibility of cooperation in the search for and production of gas in Western Ukraine. Negotiations were also held on the risks associated with the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline.
It should be noted that today a large delegation of PGNiG representatives was present at the presentation of the second stage of PEC-projects ( Product Enhancement Contracts) on the development of 35 oil and gas fields (divided into 4 clusters) in eastern Ukraine. This shows their interest in gas production projects not only in the west but also in the east of Ukraine.