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PGNIG's nat gas tariff for largest clients hiked by 7.9-8.0%, retail price up by 1.6%


Poland's natural gas firm PGNiG saw energy market regulator URE approve its natural gas tariff, with prices for largest clients up by 7.9-8.0% and prices for retail clients up by 1.6%, the company said in a market filing.

For largest clients, the price went up by 8.0% for high-methane gas and by 7.9% for the high-nitrogen gas. The tariff will take effect on April 1 and expire on June 30.


The retail tariff hike concerns just the price of gas, while subscription fees will hold flat. The tariff will take effect on April 1 and expire on December 31.


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