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Natural capital means the natural resources the company uses and has an impact on.

The PGNiG group strives to minimize negative impacts on the environment. Achievement of these aims is supported by development of technical standards for working in compliance with applicable legal requirements, best practices of the oil and gas industry, preventive measures when exploring and mining deposits, analysis of environmental risks, and monitoring of the environment impact of our operations.

Key data:

  • 921 GWh – consumption of electricity in the PGNiG group in 2017
  • 156.2 mcm – consumption of water in the PGNiG group in 2017
  • 6,908,149 Mg – atmospheric emissions by the PGNiG group in 2017
  • 149,839,142 cm – total volume of wastewater generated by the PGNiG group in 2017

Results achieved:

  • 3.2 mcm – reduction in water consumption in the PGNiG group in 2017 compared to 2016
  • 6,789 Mg – reduction in emissions other than CO2 in 2017 compared to 2016

How we manage with results:

  • Borings and boreholes slated for closure are shut down in compliance with the Geological and Mining Law and executive regulations.
  • Environmental monitoring conducted in 2017 in and around cavern gas storage sites KPMG Mogilno and KPMG Kosakowo.
  • Business plan for Geo-Metan project launched in 2017 calls for reduction in atmospheric emissions of CH4.
  • In the second half of 2017 PGNiG Termika launched an ash separator at EC Siekierki heat and power plant to clean the ash from uncombusted carbon.