Nettg.pl coverage on discussion with Grzegorz Tobiszowski (deputy minister of energy responsible for coal mining restructure) and Bartlomiej Derski (wysokienapiecie’s Editor) hosted by Witold Gadowski in Jedynka Polskie Radio, quoting Polishcoaldaily’s Editor on Polish vs. Russian coal prices.
Polishcoaldaily’s Editor took part in a discussion with Grzegorz Tobiszowski, deputy minister of energy responsible for coal mining restructure and Bartlomiej Derski, wysokienapiecie.pl’ Editor, hosted by Witold Gadowski in Jedynka Polskie Radio.
Lubelski Wegiel Bogdanka presented on Friday its new Road Map for the next 8 years, among which there are: opening new coal deposits, creating PFS for building coal-gasification power plants and optimized production at a level of 9.2m Mt. But what about the issue that Bogdanka, its parent company Enea and Enea’s warden – Ministry of Energy are not keen to comment: financial involvement in KHW?
Polishcoaldaily’s Editor was asked by POWER&INDUSTRY magazine about most important events in Polish energy industry in the past year, which surely were: coal prices fluctuations, start of PGG and conflict between EDF and Ministry of Energy.
Update on international coal indices in January and Polish prices in December with Polishcoaldaily’s Editor comment on how the current undersupply of dominant fuel in energy and heating production sector in Poland will be affecting the market.
In today’s Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (Daily Legal Newspaper), Karolina Baca-Pogorzelska asks Polishcoaldaily’s Editor about the obligatory energy audits and all the troubles that the new law causes for ca. 5,000 big companies in Poland.
Polishcoaldaily’s Editor was hosted by Lukasz Jankowski in Radio WNET to talk a bit more on the EU Winter Package and how would it affect Polish energy sector. Also a few words on the smog problem and arranged marriage between Polska Grupa Gornicza and Katowicki Holding Weglowy.
Polishcoaldaily’s Editor commenting for Biznes Alert today’s visit of Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel in Poland. Merkel’s arrival is connected mostly with common EU direction of old-15 and Visegrad Group, but what if one of the topics would be concerned around energy?
Nettg.pl coverage by Polishcoaldaily’s Editor on Wednesday presentations in Polish Parliament during Mining and Energy Commission on new anti-smog laws and obligatory energy audits with all the troubles that the new law causes for big companies in Poland.
Surprisingly, a week after Ministry of Energy started a discussion on the future of Polish nuclear power plant, EDF decided to cancel its agreements with EPH (Rybnik power plant) and IMF Investors (other heat plants). Just a coincidence?
Thanks to Industrial Development Agency (ARP) we know now what were the prices of mid- and large sized coal (all peas, nuts and stoves and coal with grain larger than 31,5 mm) in first three quarters of 2016. Naturally, retail customers were the main purchase group of that commodity.
December update on Polish coal prices: PSCMI1 (coal sold to the energy sector) and PSCMI2 (heating sector and other major industrial consumers) and markers delivered by globalCOAL. PSCMI1 increased by 0,52% and PSCMI2 by 2,32% MOM.
Sosnica mine is no longer showing such great loss (around 150m PLN per year) as it was just a few months ago – miracle or… juking the stats as always? Find out in the last week’s Polishcoaldaily’s Editor comment for Dziennik Zachodni (article by Kamila Roznowska).
On Wednesday, Polishcoaldaily’s Editor and CEO of Energomix (one of our Partners) gave a presentation in Polish Parliament on obligatory energy audits and all the troubles that the new law causes for big companies in Poland. Also, Polishcoaldaily’s Editor comment on new anti-smog laws.
Polishcoaldaily’s Editor comment on the last ideas of Ministry of Development for fighting with the air pollution in Poland, after smog showed up in Warsaw in the first weeks of January. Is the new law able to decrease the problem and how would it affect domestic coal producers?