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Poland state oil and gas company PGNiG and British energy company Centrica have signed a five-year deal for the supply of nine shipments of US Liquefied Natural Gas to Poland, Poland Radio reported quoting the company CEO.

PGNiG CEO Piotr Woźniak said that as of 2018, nine shipments from the Sabine Pass LNG Terminal in Louisiana to the Świnoujście LNG Terminal in Poland's northwest would be made.

"Preceded by the long-term contract for LNG deliveries from Qatar and several [one-off] deliveries in 2017, this agreement shows that we are stepping into a new level of global LNG market activity," Woźniak said, adding that the US gas would be competitively priced.

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