Forum for Energy
XX ECONOMIC FORUM
a higher price for gas bought directly at the border with Russia than Germany or Belgium, which are much further away. And this is exactly the political element which European energy solidarity is to free us from.
ast year a World Bank team pre- pared a set of models, the aim of which was analysis of the results of limiting greenhouse gases emission. This analysis provides many conclusions regarding the direction in which Poland should be headed in order to achieve lo- wer carbon dioxide emissions in the fu- ture. The issue of an optimal strategy for achieving a low-emission economy in the years 2020 and 2030 was discussed, among others, by Jacek Krawiec, Presi- dent of the Management Board at PKN ORLEN S.A., Michael Hepp, President of the Management Board at BASF Polska, and Thomas Laursen, World Bank, Coun- try Manager for Poland and the Baltic Countries. The energy security system must be based upon eective and modern infrastructure. Jan Chadam, President of the Management Board, Operator of Industrial Gas pipes Gaz-System S.A., claimed that L Grzegorz Górski, President of the Board, GDF SUEZ Energia Polska S.A, President, GDF SUEZ Central Europe, Poland
Maciej Owczarek, President of the Management Board, ENEA SA, Poland Mirosław Bieliński, President of the Management Board, ENERGA, Poland Gretchen Watkins, Regional Vice–President, Marathon Oil Corporation, USA