Techint Italy Wins the Bid with Saipem and PBG For The Regasification Terminal in Poland

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The consortium formed by Techint Italy, Saipem and the Polish company PBG won the competitive bid for the construction of a Liquefied Natural Gas terminal of 5 billion cubic meters a year. The running of the plant will be managed by the national gas network GAZ SYSTEM through the company Polskie LNG.

The agreement was signed July 15 by the representatives of the consortium and the Managing Director of Polskie LNG, Zbigniew Rapciak, at Dom Dziennikarza in Warsaw, with the presence of the Polish Treasurer Aleksander Grad. The order, worth about 714 million Euros in total, combines the strong experience Techint Italy and Saipem have in designing, planning and constructing Liquefied natural gas terminals all over the world, with the knowledge and expertise acquired by PBG in the Polish market, especially in the gas industry.

The system will be built in Swinoujscie on the North-West coast of Poland. The works on the two liquid gas storage tanks, each 160,000 cubic meters, and on the Liquefied natural gas terminal, will be completed and started-up by 30 June 2014.

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