POPIHN Raises Forecast for Fuel Consumption
Aerial view of the Kozienice Coal Power Plant in Swierze Gorne, Poland
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The Polish Organization of Oil Industry and Trade (POPIHN) expects fuel consumption in Poland to amount to 37.0 million cubic meters.
Previously, it estimated the demand in 2030 at 36.5 million cubic meters.
POPIHN says that, despite possible turbulence in the energy market, the trend of increasing demand for petroleum fuels should be maintained, although with slightly lower dynamics, also after 2022, with the perspective until 2027-2028.
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