13.5 C
London
Thursday, June 13, 2024

Natural gas. URE: In 2022, the number of refusals to connect to the network of Polska Spółka Gazownictwa increased

Must read

- Advertisement -


In 2022, the number of refusals to connect Polska Spółka Gazownictwa to the gas network increased compared to 2021, the Energy Regulatory Office informed. It added that at the same time last year the number of households connected to the PSG network increased by over 236,000.

The Energy Regulatory Office (URE) announced on Twitter on Sunday that in 2022, the number of refusals to connect to the gas network of PSG (Polska Spółka Gazownictwa – ed.) once again “significantly” increased. Nearly 5.5 thousand were recorded. refuse more than in 2021. The attached short video shows that this is an increase from 25.5 thousand. up to 31,000

More refuse

“Despite the high gas prices in 2022, there was no shortage of people willing to connect to the gas network” – emphasized the office. It noted that the number of households connected to the PSG network “increased by over 236,000” over the past year.

- Advertisement -

The Energy Regulatory Office reminded that it is by far the largest player on the retail gas market PGNiGwhich currently belongs to the PKN Orlen Group. “This company is responsible for nearly 90 percent of the gas sold to end users,” the office said.

Polish Gas Company

Polska Spółka Gazownictwa announced on its website that it is the operator of the gas distribution system in Poland. The key task of the company is the transport of gaseous fuels through the distribution network throughout the country, directly to end users and networks of other local operators.

PSG distributes gas through over 200,000 km of gas pipelines. As stated, PSG’s tasks include network operation, expansion, maintenance and repairs of networks and devices, and measurement of the quality and quantity of transported gas.

Main photo source: Shutterstock



Source link

More articles

- Advertisement -

Latest article