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Poland is going to pull the pipeline from Norway

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On the eve of Poland, information began to arrive that the authorities of this state had gathered to “reduce dependence on Russian gas.” Information Agency Reuters reports that Warsaw is going to build a gas pipeline from Norway in order to purchase Norwegian gas for Polish needs. The Polish company PGNiG plans to reach the technical possibilities of supplying "several billion cubic meters of gas per year from Norway" to 2022.


Poland is going to pull the pipeline from Norway


The key word here is “plans.” At the same time, no one in Warsaw speaks about how much the Polish authorities will want the Polish authorities to declare that they do not want to conduct trade relations with Russia. Will the Polish economy have enough opportunities in modern conditions to finance such a costly project, or will they ask Frau Merkel for money? There is one more question: how much cheaper is it for the Polish economy to buy gas from Norway?

Today, the share of Russian gas purchased by Poland is almost two-thirds of the needs of the Polish economy. This share is about 11 billion cubic meters per year. If earlier Warsaw stated that it was ready to supply a part of the purchased gas by reverse with Ukraine, now they decided to forget about such promises - the winter is cold ...
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  1. Hubun
    Hubun 29 January 2016 07: 03 New
    12
    Well, well, such attempts of our "friends" touch me
    1. vyinemeynen
      vyinemeynen 29 January 2016 07: 06 New
      23
      Great idea! The Norwegians are just running out of gas! DB (s) fool laughing
      1. st25310
        st25310 29 January 2016 07: 10 New
        +5
        So they built a prot for receiving liquefied gas in vain?
        1. hydrox
          hydrox 29 January 2016 07: 50 New
          59
          Quote: st25310
          So they built a prot for receiving liquefied gas in vain?


          These are not them, but their Lithuanian creepy associates, and at the same time they were so shitty that now the whole EU is laughing at them :: The Lithuanians decided to save money on the LNG liquefaction terminal, and for this they took a long-term lease on a Norwegian tanker for LNG transportation, but it turned out, that this gas is produced in one and a half times more expensive than Russian, and the contract was concluded on the principle of "take or pay". The Baltic extinctions have given up on expensive gas and Dooley mushroom now has a problem - what to do with the LNG already supplied by the Norwegians, and then the time of rent payments will arrive ...
          The Psheks, it seems, are also going to step on the Lithuanian rake, but not in a liquid, but in a gaseous state - well, who in the world needs such an expensive gas pipeline to a depleted field to pump just a few lard cubic meters of gas to such a great distance (more than a thousand km!)?
          Three jerks (Pshekia, Lithuania and Bukraina) can be seen competing in who will offer something even more idiotic and bad than their fellow fool.
          1. Ami du peuple
            Ami du peuple 29 January 2016 08: 01 New
            40
            Quote: hydrox
            It’s not them, but their Lithuanian idiotic associates, and at the same time they’ve gotten so dirty that now the whole EU is laughing at them

            That's right. But the Poles also built an LNG terminal in иноwinoujцеcie (some name smile ) with a capacity of 5 billion cubic meters per year for receiving Qatari gas and in October of last year put it into operation. True, this gas is 2,5 times more expensive than Russian, but independence is not measured in money, right? bully
            1. alex-s
              alex-s 29 January 2016 08: 35 New
              +7
              And right away from the United States let them pull the pipe! fool
            2. Zoldat_A
              Zoldat_A 29 January 2016 08: 40 New
              +3
              Quote: Ami du peuple
              terminal in Иноwinoujцеcie (some name)

              At first I thought that OCHEPATKA. Looked at Wikidia and was stunned what
              Pigman (Polish Świnoujście, until 1945 Swineemunde (German: Swinemünde) is a city in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship of Poland.
              Well it is necessary to think of such ....

              - Zadierinoguchezabraz!
              - I!
              .
              Well, and so on ... laughing

              And what is the -woo and where is the pig?
              1. veksha50
                veksha50 29 January 2016 08: 53 New
                +1
                Quote: Zoldat_A
                And what is -uytse and where is the pig?



                There ... Where did you think ...
              2. ivanych
                ivanych 29 January 2016 09: 11 New
                0
                ... God gave the name ... yes.
            3. veksha50
              veksha50 29 January 2016 08: 52 New
              +3
              Quote: Ami du peuple
              but independence is not measured in money, right?



              Yeah ... But stupidity born of hatred of Russia, like acid, will corrode and empty their pockets ...

              A fair wind and an anchor in the ass economics morons ...
          2. bobba94
            bobba94 29 January 2016 21: 16 New
            +2
            According to the estimates of one international expert organization, natural gas reserves in Norway in 2014 amounted to 1,6 trillion. cube meters, according to another - about 2,0 trillion. cube meters. The EU consumes about 700 billion cubic meters per year. m. Here you have the reserves, here you have a reliable supplier. The Poles climb into a deadlock, maybe they will last 5-8 years, and then what?
      2. inkass_98
        inkass_98 29 January 2016 07: 22 New
        21
        I would like to clarify the question: whose territory will the pipe pass through? And if it goes by sea, then how is it with the ecology of the Baltic Sea, about which the Poliks and Balts are yelling intensely in the context of the Nord Stream.
        By the way, after the construction of the second string of the Nord Stream, the Poles will not be dependent on Russian gas at all, because it will be German, and let them figure out who the Negro is.
      3. The black
        The black 29 January 2016 08: 40 New
        +4
        the main thing is that between Poland and Norway suddenly there was no Ukraine laughing
    2. just exp
      just exp 29 January 2016 07: 14 New
      19
      everywhere the pipe is built by the seller, and here the buyer is farting for himself to tear, he’s only ready to pry with Russia.
    3. Voha_krim
      Voha_krim 29 January 2016 07: 26 New
      +4
      Let them build. And they will ask the Labytes of advice. Those who have a lot of experience in communicating with the Norwegians about gas.
      1. Renat
        Renat 29 January 2016 08: 14 New
        +3
        Through Ukraine ???
    4. marlin1203
      marlin1203 29 January 2016 09: 22 New
      +2
      In my opinion, the Norgs had problems with the depletion of existing gas fields, but new ones did not open like ....
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 29 January 2016 10: 18 New
        +2
        I wonder where did the Polish plans for the extraction of its own gas go? Here they wrote that almost all of Europe can be supplied with Polish, but it turns out that they were also going to buy from the norgs?
        Bad head gives peace of mind? laughing
    5. Vend
      Vend 29 January 2016 10: 25 New
      0
      Quote: Hubun
      Well, well, such attempts of our "friends" touch me

      They will pull, they will not be able to stretch laughing
    6. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 29 January 2016 14: 46 New
      0
      Quote: Hubun
      Well, well, such attempts of our "friends" touch me


      Gazprom very calmly accepts such "business deals" about the year 2022 ... In theory, you just need to reduce supplies to them to the lowest possible, and then completely stop ... so as not to blather ...
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  3. kergudu straight
    kergudu straight 29 January 2016 07: 07 New
    +5
    The Poles will lay in the ukrov, they have experience, the "Black Sea" drip, so they will not give them a wooden pick in both hands, they will not give them a metal pick, they will immediately take it to metal acceptance
    1. Al_oriso
      Al_oriso 29 January 2016 08: 02 New
      +5
      Poland and Ukraine are twin brothers. Both "suffer" from Russian dependence, both suffer (without quotes) from their own helplessness.
    2. samoletil18
      samoletil18 29 January 2016 10: 39 New
      0
      A wooden kilo will be allowed for firewood.
    3. samoletil18
      samoletil18 29 January 2016 14: 56 New
      0
      A wooden kilo will be allowed for firewood.
      1. Semurg
        Semurg 29 January 2016 15: 13 New
        -1
        Quote: samoletil18
        A wooden kilo will be allowed for firewood.

        indeed, stupid Poles drown in gas and still want to find alternative suppliers in the future, and commentators such smart sexes of the Russian Federation live on firewood and coal and do not blow and they have no alternative and maybe will not.
  4. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 29 January 2016 07: 11 New
    +2
    Patience, Poles, summer is coming.
    1. tol100v
      tol100v 29 January 2016 08: 39 New
      0
      Quote: Mikhail M
      Patience, Poles, summer is coming.

      Apples will grow and ripen. Here they are for processing into alternative fuel!
  5. Koronik
    Koronik 29 January 2016 07: 13 New
    +9
    Yes, the flag is in their hands, let them pull at least from the USA. I think soon after the Ukrainians they will run to complain to the European court against the "monopolist" Russia, to reduce gas prices. I am still surprised by our conclusion of contracts with the EU for the supply of gas to Europe, where the courts of the same Europe are dealing with disputes - in an original way. It is high time to turn to the East, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan.
    1. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 29 January 2016 11: 06 New
      +1
      Quote: Koronik
      Everything surprises me with our conclusion of contracts with the EU for the supply of gas to Europe, where the courts of the same Europe deal with disputes - originally. It is high time to turn to the east, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan.

      The construction of a gas pipeline to China has already begun. As soon as we launch this Power of Siberia, the Europeans will bite the language. Now they trump the fact that Russia does not have an alternative market for them.
      As far as I understand, they want to close the current gas transportation system into one circuit with the Power of Siberia, so that if something happens to redirect the flow to China, which can swallow this gas without choking. Considering that this project is receiving increased attention from Korea, Japan and India, then all "Europics" will soon disappear.
      1. vladimirw
        vladimirw 29 January 2016 12: 29 New
        +1
        Yes, the Eurogays understand everything, and therefore they want to remove Putin and the Russian Federation in the treaty, so that the gas would go to them at the same price and supported Bendery by paying for transit
  6. Vadim Zhivov
    Vadim Zhivov 29 January 2016 07: 14 New
    +7
    hi The Poles have spoken Ukrainians ahead of the planet in "freezing their ears to the evil of Russia" ... That's why it's not even funny anymore ... am
  7. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 29 January 2016 07: 15 New
    11
    A weak pipeline immediately stretch to the United States to receive gas from the owners directly?
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 29 January 2016 08: 48 New
      +2
      Quote: Great-grandfather of Zeus
      A weak pipeline immediately stretch to the United States to receive gas from the owners directly?

      Anyone who extends a pipe from America to Ukraine will not pay for this pipe in 150 years of operation! It will be cheaper to fly to Mars as a pioneer squad. request My neighbor's son works at Gazprom, he had to pull the pipe first to Bulgaria, then to Turkey. In general, 3 months on the Black Sea blabbed to no avail. We do not have such a barge that pulls this pipe, rented. Lam Euros a day. But I don't remember who I rented - either in Italy, or else where ... And this is only this pipe-laying barge, and this is far from the main expense item, it turns out ...
  8. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 29 January 2016 07: 17 New
    +4
    Poland needs to pull two branches at once, gas will go one by one, and apples will be sent by the Poles on the other ...
  9. Delink
    Delink 29 January 2016 07: 17 New
    +1
    Still, the cold is a little sobering the hot heads of Europeans.
    It is better to have a tit in hand than a crane in the sky.
  10. Crucian
    Crucian 29 January 2016 07: 19 New
    +3
    The same Russophobic idiocy rolls over .....
  11. Stas157
    Stas157 29 January 2016 07: 20 New
    +2
    From the change of place of the terms, the amount does not change. How many pipes from Norway do not pull, this will not increase gas in Europe!
  12. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 29 January 2016 07: 22 New
    +3
    Nothing so "Wishlist". Many billions of greenery. And of course the Warsaw dreamers have this money. Or will rich Europeans give them them, just like that?
    Germany does not pull pipelines from Norway, but "Great" Poland will.
    1. sisa29
      sisa29 29 January 2016 09: 13 New
      +1
      I want to understand the logic:
      Germany does not pull pipelines: it’s expensive, the Germans are smart ... I see
      "Great" Poland - planning means they are dreamers, if they want to, they cannot, and in general they are against us once ... At the same time, no one in Warsaw talks about how much the Polish population will cost the next desire of the Polish authorities that they do not want to trade with Russia.

      Russia, was going to pull through Bulgaria, a bummer, started through Turkey .., wanted a Nord Stream 2 ... Then, by analogy with other countries, are we the one ?? And what do you think is not weak for the people of Russia to pay for the project of the third pipe.
      1. Wheel
        Wheel 29 January 2016 10: 30 New
        0
        Quote: sisa29
        And what do you think is not weak for the people of Russia to pay for the project of the third pipe.

        "national property", however ... laughing
  13. izya top
    izya top 29 January 2016 07: 26 New
    +2
    so let them buy it from a distance. then it has an idle tanker
  14. nivander
    nivander 29 January 2016 07: 29 New
    +9
    as I understand it, they will lay a thread on the bottom of the Baltic Sea, through the economic zones of Sweden, Germany, Denmark ---- well, well, it’s not harmful to dream.
    1. glasha3032
      glasha3032 29 January 2016 12: 19 New
      0
      The Poles will have no problems with this; they are their own for Europe; this is a problem for Russia — the economic zones of neighboring but hostile countries.
  15. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 29 January 2016 07: 29 New
    +7
    Warsaw intends to build a gas pipeline from Norway

    But first, at least, this issue needs to be discussed with Germany and Denmark, because Poland does not border Norway. Yes, and financially Poland will not pull one such project, and the Germans are planning their own from Russia. Therefore, while this is purely political blah blah. Yes, and up to 2022 g it is necessary to consume gas.
  16. mpzss
    mpzss 29 January 2016 07: 34 New
    +3
    Well, in principle, it is not difficult to build a gas pipeline from Norway, but there is one "BUT", whether Gazprom will allow them to pass their pipe over our "Nord Stream"! I would send either "ON ..." or "B ...."
    1. sisa29
      sisa29 29 January 2016 09: 19 New
      +2
      why do you think they should ask permission? He's not walking through our territory. And speaking in your words "send either" ON ... "or" B .... "can just us
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 29 January 2016 12: 37 New
        +2
        It's just that mpzss is probably a little tight with geography. Above, I wrote with whom, in fact, Poland should coordinate its ideas. But a person, obviously, does not read the above and has his own vision of geography and boundaries. I was especially pleased for the Poles
        Well, in principle, building a gas pipeline from Norway is not difficult

  17. Riv
    Riv 29 January 2016 07: 36 New
    +1
    The idea is not thought out. It is necessary to throw the pipeline from the Baltic. They’ve got gas there right now, and it’s just Norwegian.
  18. Barakuda
    Barakuda 29 January 2016 07: 39 New
    +3
    Yes, let them plan .. Pink glasses and forward towards the steam locomotive with the flag .. Half of Ukraine "lives" like that, you see, the parosh shared his experience. fool
  19. LÄRZ
    LÄRZ 29 January 2016 07: 40 New
    +4
    I have a kindergarten under the windows. So our kids and conversations, and action games are more meaningful than these psheks.
  20. surrozh
    surrozh 29 January 2016 07: 42 New
    +1
    Chatter. And the company, probably, is going bankrupt, that’s attracting attention at the expense of Russia (again).
  21. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 29 January 2016 07: 45 New
    +1
    But what about the EU antitrust law? The construction of the South Stream was blocked with reference to it. Or is the woof-master pshekam not a decree? And by and large, we are a military.
  22. tor978
    tor978 29 January 2016 07: 52 New
    +2
    Well, they don’t want to buy gas from Russia, so let them refuse. What empty talk is to breed. You look, although there will be gas in Russian villages, although with our oligarchs, whose gasoline is not made from oil, and gas will not be from gas.
  23. Minstrel
    Minstrel 29 January 2016 08: 02 New
    11
    Knowing the swaggering and boastful character of the Poles firsthand (I lived there for 12 years), I dare to ask - is Norway aware of their plans? And then the 404th has already won the third world war (according to their words), and the world is neither a dream nor a spirit about a "great" victory. laughing
  24. kapitan92
    kapitan92 29 January 2016 08: 21 New
    +8
    Quote: Minstrel
    Knowing the swaggering and boastful character of the Poles firsthand (I lived there for 12 years), I dare to ask - is Norway aware of their plans? And then the 404th has already won the third world war (according to their words), and the world is neither a dream nor a spirit about a "great" victory. laughing


    "A crest will remain a crest
    Though you let him in Europe
    Where to act with the mind,
    He only annoys f * ck.

    And that is why in Russia
    Bequeathed as much by Monomakh:
    "Contact God forbid!
    With three - a Jew, a Khokhl and a Pig. "

    The Jew is insidious, although blind;
    Puffy Lyakh - worse than bl ** and,
    Crest - eat the bread with you,
    And then shit in your soup "(c).

    "Ukrainians" T.G.Shevchenko 1851

    No, Shevchenko was a genius, no matter who says anything.
  25. Maks-80
    Maks-80 29 January 2016 08: 21 New
    +1
    Yes, let them build. The faster Poland’s economy will explode and run out faster, and so are Norway’s last gas reserves.
  26. Old Siberian
    Old Siberian 29 January 2016 08: 27 New
    +1
    Poles never differed in intelligence. Cognition and stupidity is their distinguishing feature.
    1. sisa29
      sisa29 29 January 2016 09: 34 New
      0
      I'm not on the side of the Poles but tell me what is their stupidity? We decided to build a pipeline, on the contrary it is quite logical. Through Ukraine, not today, tomorrow a pipe may be laid, the northern stream will not be enough for everyone, Russia has only talk that if something is wrong then we will block the pipe. Read our Comments on gas topics, every second with a proposal to block someone valve or raise the price. So it seems to me to have an alternative supplier is not the most stupid thing. Another thing we start freaking out is that they want to buy not from us.
      1. AID.S
        AID.S 29 January 2016 11: 48 New
        +1
        Quote: sisa29
        I'm not on the side of the Poles but tell me what is their stupidity? We decided to build a pipeline, on the contrary it is quite logical. Through Ukraine, not today, tomorrow a pipe may be laid, the northern stream will not be enough for everyone, Russia has only talk that if something is wrong then we will block the pipe.

        You are incompetent. Poland receives gas through Belarus and not through Ukraine, as a separate gas pipeline, nevertheless it and the Baltic states were against SP1, although by your logic it improved the gas supply to all of Europe, and the Poles, including why the Poles’s dreams of a titmouse in the sky, in the presence of a crane in your hands and your similar perplexed questions cause quite adequate comments here.
        1. sisa29
          sisa29 29 January 2016 12: 59 New
          0
          I admit that I am not competent, I did not know that they were not on the Ukrainian branch. Thank you
          1. sisa29
            sisa29 29 January 2016 13: 33 New
            0
            But then the question is where Bulgaria and Slovakia will take gas if the Ukrainian pipe dies. May have to be shared by Poland
          2. AID.S
            AID.S 29 January 2016 14: 27 New
            +2
            Just by writing a comment, before clicking on the "add" button, try to check it yourself, to answer it, personally it helps me a lot, even just a wiki, sometimes I understand that I am not right or not Copenhagen and I do not publish. But sometimes I can forget to insert a word or zn. punctuation.
      2. glasha3032
        glasha3032 29 January 2016 12: 31 New
        +1
        Russia has never had any talk that if something goes wrong, we will close the pipe. On the contrary, the Germans admit that it is Gazprom that is the most reliable supplier of gas and there are no complaints against it. All the cries about shutting down the valve are spread by the Western media, with the aim of denigrating Gazprom "and Russia in the eyes of Europeans. It's a pity that you think so too. And as for the idle talk on the VO website about cutting off the gas, well, it happens, but this is a personal opinion and everyone can express it, because we live in a free, democratic country.
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        2. sisa29
          sisa29 29 January 2016 13: 26 New
          0
          in terms of reliability of Gazprom, I agree with you, there were no punctures. But unfortunately the relations between the countries are becoming more tense, the vent is in our hands, and who will be the ambassador of the GDP? So we decided to play it safe
          1. glasha3032
            glasha3032 29 January 2016 14: 20 New
            +2
            But we do not have any tension with Europe (although on the "Doomsday" clock it is 3 minutes at midnight) and it cannot be (and not only because they have money to pay for our gas), Russia simply has nothing to share with Europe! Russia benefits from a peaceful partnership with Europe. What is the point for us to attack Poland, Lithuania. Latvia? To feed and water them? To build them plants-factories-theaters-museums-hospitals again? Well, they do not want to live in friendship with Russia, well, they don’t need to. Because of this, it is stupid to shut off the gas ...
    2. dauria
      dauria 29 January 2016 10: 17 New
      -1
      Fuck never mind different


      Have you heard the element "Polonius"? smile
  27. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 29 January 2016 08: 30 New
    +3
    Here it is easier to do how to wean various gentlemen suffering from verbiage (only "our" oligarchs from Gazprom will not agree with this). Some of the very smart ones stumbled about the refusal of Russian gas, to the end to fulfill the conditions for the supply of gas, and not to conclude a new one and send their forest. Let the wood be prepared for heating, in Europe there are many forests, for a long time. Next time they will monitor the bazaar.
  28. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 29 January 2016 08: 34 New
    +1
    THEY think that this is how they "scare" Russia! BLACKMAIL! Having heard about their grandiose plans, Russia will get scared and buy all kinds of vegetables and fruits! Not smart people !!
  29. polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 29 January 2016 08: 35 New
    0
    Well. 2022 is still far away, but gas is needed now! For us now, it is the Nord Stream -2 that is important, and the "lords" are like that Pug _ which barks at an elephant. It is impossible to look so far now: either the "black padishah" will die - or the "donkey" (EU) will rest.
  30. afrikanez
    afrikanez 29 January 2016 08: 36 New
    +1
    Well, if they don’t want to live a normal life, let them build a gas pipeline. Who is against it, they themselves have a head on their shoulders. fool
  31. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 29 January 2016 08: 37 New
    +2
    As the saying goes ... the flag is in their hands ... BUT the gas pipeline for money Polyakov is a wonderful topic ... and if you consider ... that gas in Norway is more expensive than Russian ... so it's a wonderful project called "in spite of the enemies I will sell a goat"
  32. shax
    shax 29 January 2016 08: 39 New
    0
    Trying to stretch the pipe does not
    stretch your legs in a pan.
  33. jovanni
    jovanni 29 January 2016 08: 57 New
    +1
    When will they all abandon our gas? Maybe then we’ll start thinking about processing ourselves ...
  34. Ros 56
    Ros 56 29 January 2016 08: 59 New
    +1
    Yes, let them pull, we are neither cold nor hot. I looked at the map, a flag in their hands and a drum around their neck, and at the head of a column of morons. They won’t stretch anything, if only their legs.
  35. hartlend
    hartlend 29 January 2016 09: 01 New
    +1
    Wanting is not harmful, the main thing is to shout louder. How many screams about TAP TANAP and other gas pipelines. How the question arises of who pays - everything is in the bushes. In addition, as correctly noted in the comments above, production in Norway is declining, now there is not enough gas there. For complete non-volatility, you need to throw the idea to build a terminal for receiving LNG. Let them pay. It’s still cheaper than we don’t have gas.
  36. Stariknv
    Stariknv 29 January 2016 09: 13 New
    +2
    In Poland, yes, switching to an alternative source of heat is firewood and dung, and then gas is not needed.
  37. Gardamir
    Gardamir 29 January 2016 09: 42 New
    +1
    It is good that there are no more problems in Russia and everyone rushed to discuss the affairs of Poland and Norway.
    1. glasha3032
      glasha3032 29 January 2016 12: 38 New
      0
      Well, it’s not always immersed in problems, you need to relax, relax and laugh, good luck and reason!
    2. Alex77
      Alex77 29 January 2016 13: 08 New
      0
      That's right. We have half the Krasnodar Territory without gas, and Gazprom is thinking about where else to sell the national treasure.
  38. tommy717
    tommy717 29 January 2016 09: 57 New
    0
    As long as the pipe is pulled out, Norway runs out of gas. laughing
  39. Londa
    Londa 29 January 2016 10: 02 New
    +2
    Yes, let them pull, let everyone refuse. Maybe even gas will reach the Russian village.
  40. kiparis
    kiparis 29 January 2016 10: 24 New
    +1
    I read somewhere that everything wasn’t easy there. The Poles were going to pull along the bottom of the Baltic Sea, but there is the Nord Stream. And in the future, the Nord Stream-2. And the Poles can’t get ahead of the Nord Stream-2. And the pipelines should not intersect. In this regard, the Poles and included in the protests against the Nord Stream-2 Baltic states, Bulgarians and other young Europeans.
    1. glasha3032
      glasha3032 29 January 2016 12: 40 New
      0
      They will go ashore in Denmark or Germany and will dock. No problem .
  41. guzik007
    guzik007 29 January 2016 10: 30 New
    +1
    With such measures, Europe will soon switch back to peat, since they have plenty of it. I remember, while serving in the GSVG, the whole of the GDR was drowned with peat briquettes and nothing fine fuel. You’ve got spoiled, you see, ecology, you see, they’re suffering. And so, you look and jobs will appear, let their migrants be attached, fortunately, there is no need for special qualifications.
  42. atamankko
    atamankko 29 January 2016 10: 39 New
    +1
    We sat, chatted, parted, PPR in Poland.
  43. Skym
    Skym 29 January 2016 10: 43 New
    +2
    They are just darling!
    You can not watch comedies, do not watch humorous TV shows, do not go to the circus. To do this, just read the modern world news about politics, and voila, the effect exceeds all expectations! :-D
  44. Bosk
    Bosk 29 January 2016 10: 47 New
    +1
    The Poles are all so clever and the Germans are overweight ... and they asked the Norwegians if they had "extra" gas? That the example of the Lithuanian neighbors did not mean anything to them? and they also planned ...
  45. Lelek
    Lelek 29 January 2016 11: 18 New
    +1
    (The key word here is “plans.”)

    Flag in hand. After all, the "puppy" has a wealth of experience in laying international trunk pipelines, especially on the seabed "intersecting" with the "Nord Stream" pipeline. bully
  46. koksalek
    koksalek 29 January 2016 12: 18 New
    +1
    Let them pull right from phashington so for sure
  47. triglav
    triglav 29 January 2016 12: 32 New
    0
    Right Let them pull where they want. But these are all words. Poland does not have so much money to pull alone. And the Germans definitely won’t do it.
  48. Altona
    Altona 29 January 2016 12: 32 New
    0
    The Poles have such a good wish. Dear and stupid, as usual among the bourgeois. And gas is more expensive and infrastructure is expensive.
  49. Flat5160
    Flat5160 29 January 2016 12: 44 New
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    Class! Let them pull. According to experts, the reserves of Norway are coming to an end, in about 5 years. So far, only Norway itself will build gas. Or is it against this background a fake to inject Gazprom. In any case, the Poles began to zabushebalsya, then there is little gas.
  50. varov14
    varov14 29 January 2016 13: 20 New
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    Yes, let them bury, master, master, to extremes you can send refugees by air to Norway.