The tanker "Maran Gas Apollonia" with the cargo of over 65 thousand tonnes of liquefied natural gas arrived at the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście in Poland. This is the first delivery made on a vessel chartered by the PGNiG Group. It is also the first shipment PGNiG has received from Venture Global LNG who will soon be a major supplier to Poland.The cargo was loaded at the Calcasieu Pass liquefaction terminal in Louisiana, owned by Venture Global. Starting next year, PGNiG will start receiving 1.5 million tons of LNG per year (2 bcm of natural gas, after regasification) from the Calcasieu Pass terminal under a long-term contract. PGNiG also has a long-term agreement with Venture Global to receive 4 million tons per year (approximately 5.3 bcm of natural gas, after regasification) from the Plaquemines liquefaction terminal in Louisiana.The LNG delivered by "Maran Gas Apollonia" is already the 17th LNG delivery received by PGNiG at the Świnoujście in 2022 and the 165th since the beginning of the terminal’s operation. After the recent development, starting this year the Świnoujście terminal has a regasification capacity of 6.2 bcm of gas annually, compared to 5 bcm previously. Thanks to further investments, the regasification capacity of the terminal will increase to 8.3 bcm of gas per year in 2024. PGNiG has reserved 100% of the regasification capacity of the installation.