Additional natural gas reserves discovered in Poland

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The Polish oil and gas company (PGNiG) has conducted additional drilling in Podkarpackie province, which is located in the southeast of the country, and as a result discovered additional 50 million cubic meters of natural gas in deposits in Peremyshl, Myrotin and Kulna. According to Polskie Radio, this was reported by PGNiG’s head Pawel Majewski.

According to him, “the new wells have reached gas-bearing horizons that had not been exploited before.

The largest natural gas field in Poland is located near Peremyshl. The first well was drilled here in 1958. Its original estimate was 74 billion cubic meters of natural gas, 90% of which has already been produced. The gas resources of the mirotinskoye field started to be exploited in 1962. Its resources were first estimated at 4.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas. So far 4.2 billion cubic meters have been produced.

Based on new analyses, up to 1 billion cubic meters of gas may exist in these sources that were not previously known.

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