The new Management Board of Polskie LNG

The Supervisory Board of Polskie LNG has appointed the new Management Board. Since August 1, 2017 Marek Drac-Tatoń will hold the position of the President of the Management Board, whilst Bartłomiej Słoma will be the Vice-President.

Marek Drac-Tatoń has Ph.D. in economy from the University of Szczecin and holds a chartered auditor’s certificate. He took the position of CEO in Management Boards of Nafta Polska and Polska Korporacja Inwestycyjna. He was involved in operations of Supervisory Boards of Zakłady Azotowe Tarnów and Zakłady Chemiczne Wiskord, acting as a Chairman, as well as of PKN Orlen, Zakłady Chemiczne Police. He gained his expertise in Ernst & Young, a consulting company,  and  Polskie Towarzystwo Ubezpieczeń. He was in charge of financial advisory and audit of financial statements in the Chartered Auditor’s Office.

Bartłomiej Słoma is a legal advisor, a graduate of Faculty of Law & Administration, University of Warsaw. He was a Member of Supervisory Boards in the companies operating in the power industry, incl. Poszukiwania Nafty i Gazu Kraków Sp. z o.o. and Siarkopol Gdańsk S.A. , where he also acted as a CEO. In 2006 –  2007 he worked in Department of Diversification of Power Carrier Deliveries, Ministry of Economy.  He has been Deputy Director of the Legal and Organizational Division, GAZ-SYSTEM.

Gas Transmission Operator GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. is a strategic company for Poland’s economy, responsible for transmission of natural gas and management of key gas pipelines across Poland. In addition,  GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. is an owner of Polskie LNG S.A., that was set up to build and operate the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal, based in Świnoujście.

Gas Transmission Operator GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. is a strategic company for the Polish economy, responsible for the transmission of natural gas and the management of the most important gas pipelines in Poland. GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. is also the owner of Polskie LNG S.A., a company established to build the Świnoujście LNG terminal.
As part of its 2015-2025 investment scheme, GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. is planning to build over 2,000 km of new gas lines in western, southern and eastern Poland. Further expansion of the domestic transmission system, including construction of new gas pipelines being part of the North-South Gas Corridor, as well as construction of interconnections with Lithuania, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, will enhance Poland’s energy security and contribute considerably to the development of the European transmission system.
In 2009-2015, GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. completed an investment plan consisting in the construction of over 1,200 km of new gas transmission lines in north-western and central Poland. The projects implemented by the company and the physical and virtual reversal on the Yamal pipeline have translated into a significant increase in technical import opportunities on routes other than from the East.


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