Europe After The Lisbon Treaty. Strategies for the Future
new investment will create a com- pletely new image of Polish gas. They will unite Poland with Lithu- ania and Slovakia. Another country we are planning to cooperate with is Denmark.
uilding a common gas mar- ket in Europe poses a chal- lenge for the entire sector. Wim Groenendijk, Vice President for International and Public Aairs, N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie, the Ne- therlands, directed attention to the fact that there is a question about the optimum size of the gas market in Europe. The point is to create one internal gas market encompassing the entire European Union, but this does not necessarily mean that we will be dealing with one access area. It seems that these access areas should not be too big because creating new capabilities would then become very ineective. B Riccardo Puliti, Managing Directo , Energy & Natural Resour- ces, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Italy
n important element in ensuring energy security is the renery sector. Kon- rad Jaskóła, President of the Management Board at POLIMEX-MOSTOSTAL S.A., while talking about investment in this sector, pointed to a few factors
Mikołaj Budzanowski, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of the reasur , Poland Jacek Krawiec, President of the Board, PKN ORLEN S.A., Poland
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