On the Norwegian Continental Shelf, PGNiG UN will continue, as a partner, to produce hydrocarbons from the Skarv, Ærfugl, Ærfugl Nord, Morvin, Vilje, Vale, Gina Krog, Skogul, Kvitebjørn, Ormen Lange, Alve, Marulk, Duva, Tambar Øst and Valemon fields, and to develop the Tommeliten Alpha field. Development of the Shrek, Alve Nord, Fogelberg and King Lear fields is at the concept phase. PGNiG UN also works towards ensuring stable and predictable long-term gas supplies to Poland. It includes both support for the construction of infrastructure to physically bring Norwegian gas to Poland and potential acquisitions of production and pre-production assets on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
In 2022, the company plans to upscale its gas production on the back of the acquisition of additional assets acquired as part of INEOS E&P Norge AS, as well as the investment works completed in 2021 on the Ærfugl, Ærfugl Nord and Duva fields. In 2022, a number of investment decisions are also expected to be taken (Shrek, Alve Nord, Fogelberg, King Lear and Cape Vulture).