September 18, 2014

Poland Sets Sights On Gas Hub To Loosen Russia’s Energy Grip

Anna Bulakh, a research fellow at the International Centre for Defence Studies in Tallinn, said improved links with Germany and becoming the first country to supply natural gas eastward to Ukraine highlight Poland’s determination to carve out a role as a regional gas hub.

Anna Bulakh, a research fellow at the International Centre for Defence Studies in Tallinn, said improved links with Germany and becoming the first country to supply natural gas eastward to Ukraine highlight Poland’s determination to carve out a role as a regional gas hub.

“Poland more than any other EU member state has developed the political and commercial leverage to move the idea of the integrated European energy market forward in a way that can make it a hub for the Baltic-North Sea and Baltic-Adriatic corridors,” Bulakh said.
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