Development of the Goleniów Gas Compressor Station

The expansion of the Goleniów Gas Compressor Station is directly related to the implementation of the Baltic Pipe Project. The project will include the construction of new pipelines of strategic importance for Poland and the expansion of the existing gas compressor stations. More information about the Baltic Pipe Project can be found at www.baltic-pipe.eu

 Description of the Investment

  • Capacity of the gas compressor station after expansion: 30 MW, of which 1st stage – 25 MW and 2nd stage – 5 MW
  • Under the Baltic Pipe Project, 1 stage – 25 MW is implemented (2 compressors with a capacity of 10 MW and 1 compressor with a capacity of 5 MW)
  • location – Goleniów municipality, the West Pomerania voivodeship

 

 

Investment schedule

  • 1Q 2020 – obtaining a building permit decision
  • 3Q 2022 – construction completion date

Party responsible for design documentation development

Biuro Studiów i Projektów Gazownictwa GAZOPROJEKT S.A

Investment implementation benefits

The new Goleniów gas compressor station will be responsible for increasing the capacity of the transmission system by pumping increased volumes of gas from the Baltic Pipe offshore pipeline. It will enable increasing Poland’s energy security and will constitute an important element of the North-South Corridor.

Taxes paid annually by GAZ-SYSTEM will be an important benefit for the municipality in which the pumping station will be expanded.

Legal basis
The project is implemented pursuant to the provisions of the Act of 24 April 2009 on investments in the field of re-gasification terminal for liquefied natural gas in Świnoujście, Journal of Laws of 4 June 2009, as amended (“Special Purpose Road Act”) (Article 38 (2) (z)).

 Project of Common Interest

In October 2013 and 2015, the European Commission granted the investment the “Project of Common Interest” status.

On 24 November 2017, the European Commission published the third European list of projects in the natural gas sector, including the Baltic Pipe Project, which underlines its regional importance. 

For more information on the importance of the PCI status for the development of gas transmission infrastructure, please see tab and the brochure dedicated to PCI projects.

GAZ-SYSTEM implements the investment in compliance with the rights of all stakeholders. We encourage you to comment and ask questions about the construction of the gas compressor station project, which was granted the Project of Common Interest status, using the form.

 

Press releases 

25.01.2019 Nearly 215 mln € of the European Union Financial assisitsnace for the Baltic Pipe constuction works.

19.12.2018 GAZ-SYSTEM will be the gas transmission system operator for the part of the Baltic Pipe infrastructure located in Denmark

30.11.2018 Final investment decisions for the Baltic Pipe Project are made

17.07.2018 UE grants another subsidy to Baltic Pipe under the CEF 2018

20.06.2018 GAZ-SYSTEM accept the recommended route variant of the Baltic Pipe pipeline

27.01.2015 Consultations regarding the list of Projects of Common Interest

21.02.2014 Projects of Common Interest (PCI) conducted by GAZ-SYSTEM S.A.: publication of an information brochure

15.10.2013 Selected infrastructure projects of GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. were awarded the status of projects of common interest (PCI)

 

 


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