LPG SEA TERMINAL IN GDYNIA
is one of three such terminals on the territory of Poland. The terminal has a multilogistic infrastructure for LPG operations (sea quay with modern pipelines for pumping the gas, stations for loading rail tankers and road tankers, warehouses) with the possibility of working in a duplex system (possibility of pumping the gas in both directions, i.e. receiving and loading). Despite the space limitations, the facility has investment potential, which we intend to use in the future to increase its reloading capacity and its competitiveness not only in Poland but also in Europe.
Proximity to LPG cavernous reservoirs (LPG tanks where gas is stored e.g. in Sweden, Norway, Great Britain or Russia) allows us to assume that using the LPG Sea Terminal in Gdynia as a strategic hub in the chain of LPG supplies to Poland and Central-Eastern Europe will be one of the cheapest and most effective ways of importing gas for the next 30 years.
An extremely important aspect of the functioning of our gas port is its year-round availability.