Poland's Gaz-System Reaches $306 Million Pipeline Deal with Saipem

GDANSK/WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish gas grid operator Gaz-System said on Monday it has signed a 280 million euro ($306 million) contract with Italian oil services group Saipem to build a section of the Baltic Pipe between Denmark and Poland. The Castorone, which completed Norway's 176-mile Johan Sverdrup pipeline in 2019. (photo: Saipem). Warsaw views the planned link as a way to diversify its gas supply, most of which is imported from Russia under a long-term contract with Gazprom that expires in 2022. The contract, signed with Saipem's British subsidiary, includes the construction of a concrete-coated pipeline between Denmark and Poland, microtunneling and civil works, which Saipem sai

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