GUSTORZYN GAS COMPRESSOR STATION

Description of the Investment Project

Construction of Gustorzyn gas compressor station is directly related to the implementation of the Baltic Pipe project. The project will also involve the construction of new gas pipelines and extension of the two existing gas compressor stations in Odolanów and Goleniów. For more information about the Baltic Pipe project, please visit www.baltic-pipe.pl

 
Construction of the Gustorzyn compressor station is also partially related to the project of the interconnection between the transmission systems of Poland and Lithuania.


• Target capacity of the gas compressor station: 30 MW (1st stage – 20 MW, 2nd stage – 10 MW).
• Location: Brześć Kujawski Commune, Kujawy-Pomerania Province.


  
Project time schedule


• 2019 – issue of the building permit
• 2022 – construction completion date


Engineering contractor

PGNiG GAZOPROJEKT S.A.


Advantages of the implementation of the project

The new Gustorzyn gas compressor station will increase the capacity of the transmission system by moving larger amounts of gas from the Baltic Pipe underwater gas pipeline. This will improve the energy security of Poland.
The commune where the compressor station is to be constructed will receive a significant benefit in the form of annual taxes paid by GAZ-SYSTEM, amounting up to 2 percent of the value of the project located within the commune.


Legal grounds

The project is being implemented under the Act of 24 April 2009 on investment projects related to the Świnoujście Liquefied Natural Gas Regasification Terminal (Journal of Laws of 4 June 2009 as amended) (“Special Purpose Act”, Article 38(2)(h)).

 
Project of Common Interest

In 2013, the Baltic Pipe project was included in the first list of Projects of Common Interest (PCIs) prepared by the European Commission. Then, it was included in subsequent lists (second and third list) adopted by the Commission in 2015 and 2017, which emphasised its transregional significance.
More information on the importance of the PCI status for the development of the gas transmission infrastructure can be found in this tab and in this PCI brochure.


Financial support from the EU

The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) is the key EU instrument for support of economic growth, employment and competitiveness designed, in particular, to improve the energy security of Europe.


Under the CEF, the European Commission has so far awarded co-financing for the Gustorzyn gas compressor station construction project for activities such as the preparation of the feasibility study and engineering activities until the issue of the required administrative permits.


GAZ-SYSTEM implements the project while respecting the rights of all interested stakeholders. Please feel free to make comments and remarks and ask questions about the compressor station construction project, which has been granted the “Project of Common Interest” status, via this form.

 

Press release

25.01.2019 Nearly € 215 mln of the European Union financial assistance for the Baltic Pipe construction 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 EU grants another subsidy to Baltic Pipe under the CEF 2018

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

25.05.2018 Co-financing agreement for Baltic Pipe engineering works officially signed 

18.04.2018 The Baltic Pipe is a pillar for the development of a competitive gas market in Poland

23.03.2018 The cost allocation between Poland and Denmark approved by national regulators 

09.03.2018 GAZ-SYSTEM: Baltic Pipe is an investment project increasing Poland’s energy security

09.03.2018 Public hearing concerning the Baltic Pipe project

30.01.2018 Baltic Pipe: Signing of Capacity Agreements completes the 2017 Open Season procedure for the Baltic Pipe project

30.01.2018 Baltic Pipe gas pipeline location procedures have commenced

29.01.2018 EU financial support for the Baltic Pipe project under the CEF Energy 2017

02.01.2018 Environmental procedures for the Baltic Pipe project have been launched

19.12.2017 Baltic Pipe: agreements with contractors for the design of Polish gas compressor stations have been signed

05.12.2017  Baltic Pipe: Bid for Design Documentation Development for Polish Gas Compressor Stations Selected by GAZ-SYSTEM

30.11.2017  BALTIC PIPE: positive result of Economic Tests carried out by GAZ-SYSTEM and Energinet

30.11.2017 GAZ-SYSTEM investments recognised as the priority projects in the European Union

31.10.2017  Baltic Pipe: the final phase of the Open Season 2017 ends up with a positive result

05.09.2017 Baltic Pipe: launch of Phase 2 of the Open Season procedure

04.08.2017 Baltic Pipe – Ramboll will design offshore gas pipeline from Denmark to Poland

25.07.2017 A Positive result of Open Season 2017 Phase 1

6.06.2017 Baltic Pipe: Launching of the Binding Open Season Procedure 

7.12.2016 Market Consultation of the Open Season 2017 Rules for the Baltic Pipe Project

15.03.2016  GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. and Energinet.dk are investigating a possible connection between the two transmission systems

17.07.2015 EU financial support for the integration of Polish transmission system with the Czech Republic and Denmark

02.02.2015 Consultations regarding the list of Projects of Common Interest

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