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30.07.2013 Poland Begins Development of Its Largest Oil Field

Terminal reports that Poland has begun to initiate development of the largest oil field in that European nation, the  LMG oil and natural gas field.

11.07.2013 FX Energy Reports Results of Plawce-2 Well Test

FX Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: FXEN) has reported that its testing of three fracked Rotliegend intervals in the Plawce-2 well in Poland has been completed. The two lower zones in the well produced only formation water.

03.07.2013 PGNiG Begins Consolidation Of Distribution Companies

Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo SA has established a single distribution company, in line with the provisions of the Short-Term Value Creation Strategy for the PGNiG Group in 2012-2014, the company reported in a news release.

02.07.2013 Polish Shale Licences Illegal, EU Court Claims

The European Court of Justice has ruled that Poland violated EU directives by issuing licences for exploitation of the country's shale gas potential without fully open tenders.

01.07.2013 Nabucco West Gas Loss May Open Doors for Poland

A final decision was confirmed on Friday ruling out the Nabucco West pipeline as a channel bringing gas to Europe from Azerbaijan, as Poland presses on with its own LNG terminal.

17.06.2013 San Leon Provides Update on Polish Wells

San Leon Energy has provided the following update on the Czaslaw-1 well in the Nowa Sol Concession in the Southern Permian Basin and the Siciny-2 well in the SW Carboniferous Basin, Poland.

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14.06.2013 Polish Shale Gas Law "Near Completion"

Deputy Minister of the Environment Piotr Wozniak has stated that amended draft legislation on hydrocarbons has been sent to the Cabinet's Permanent Committee.

11.06.2013 EIA Reduces Poland's Shale Gas Estimates

Although the world has 10 percent more shale gas resources than the US's Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimated two years ago, the estimate for Poland's reserves in its latest report has dropped from 187 trillion to 148 trillion cubic feet.

11.06.2013 Polish Regulations Dampening Interest in Shale Development

Boguslaw Sonik, a member of the European Parliament and a Civic Platform politician, said Chevron group could withdraw from investments in shale gas in Poland if the country does not change one of its regulations for the sector by the end of 2013, the Warsaw Business Jou

05.06.2013 Poland Wants US Shale Gas Imports

Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said while on a visit to Washington on Tuesday that the Polish government wants to import shale gas from the United States.