Poland's Hub Plans Progress as LNG Bet Pays Off

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Poland's strong bet on LNG over the past decade has paid dividend in the aftermath of the Russia-Ukraine war and the resulting gas supply crunch, with the Eastern European country's long-standing hub dreams finally turning into reality. Warsaw justified its heavy investment on LNG infrastructure by arguing that it needed to diversify its import sources, with the aim of eliminating Russian piped gas imports by 2022 when a long-term deal with Gazprom expired.

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