• 102-18
  • 102-22
  • GOV-1/C1
  • GOV-1/A1

She has many years’ experience in managing large teams and corporate structures, particularly in the oil and gas, energy and banking sectors. She has an in-depth knowledge of capital and financial markets, corporate governance, large project management, and corporate strategy development and implementation.

From July 16th 2021 to April 8th 2022 she served as President of the Management Board of ENERGA S.A., an ORLEN Group company. She supervised the entire Energa Group and its key strategic projects. She coordinated the implementation of the Energa Group’s new strategy, with a special focus on energy transition goals and integration with the ORLEN Group. Earlier, she was Vice President of the Management Board for Corporate Affairs at ENERGA S.A., managing strategic assets and key strategic projects and supervising M&A processes. She was also responsible for the Group’s corporate and ownership supervision and for corporate governance management.

She joined PKN ORLEN S.A. in February 2018, first serving as Head of the Investor Relations Office and from February 2019 as Executive Director of Strategy, Innovation and Investor Relations responsible for the development and implementation of PKN ORLEN’s strategy, decarbonisation strategy, hydrogen strategy and supervision of strategic projects across the Group. At PKN ORLEN, she also supervised the preparation and implementation of equity investment projects and the development and implementation of disclosure and capital market relations policies. She supervised the R&D area and development strategy.

From 2016 to 2017, she headed the private banking and then corporate banking departments at Bank Ochrony Środowiska S.A. From 2013 to 2016, she was a brand manager at Plus Bank S.A. responsible for the development and implementation of a marketing strategy and an external communication policy. From 2002 to 2012, she managed the sales network of Invest Bank S.A. and was responsible for managing the product offer and for developing and implementing the bank’s strategy. She supervised the implementation of the bank’s external communication policy and managed key accounts, first as a retail banking manager and a marketing and research manager, and then as a brand manager. In 2001–2002, she was a key account manager at ComputerLand. From 1998 to 2001, she worked at Bank Współpracy Europejskiej and was responsible for key account management.

She is a graduate of the Cracow University of Economics (Management and Marketing) and the University of Insurance and Banking in Warsaw (Finance and Banking). She holds an Executive MBA degree from the University of Commerce and Services in Poznań. She completed postgraduate studies in Project Management at the Warsaw School of Economics. She holds a Financial Advisor certification from the European Financial Planning Association. She completed numerous training courses in financial markets and management skills.

Iwona Waksmundzka-Olejniczak has represented that she is not engaged in any activities competing with the Company’s business, she is not a partner in any civil-law partnership or other type of partnership, or a member of the governing bodies of any company competing with the Company and is not entered in the Register of Insolvent Debtors maintained under the National Court Register Act.

  1. HR strategies, pay schemes and working time;
  2. employment and payroll policies;
  3. protection of classified information;
  4. protection of personal data;
  5. defence, protection of the Company’s facilities;
  6. management of the PGNiG Group, including exercise of the owner’s supervision within the PGNiG Group;
  7. formation of new companies within the PGNiG Group to pursue new projects undertaken as part of the PGNiG Group’s strategy;
  8. optimisation of the PGNiG Group’s structure;
  9. internal control and audit functions, in accordance with generally accepted standards of internal audit;
  10. comprehensive legal support to protecting PGNiG’s legal interests;
  11. issuance of official orders and circulars for the Company;
  12. organisational and technical support of the Company’s governing bodies;
  13. corporate social responsibility (CSR);
  14. development and implementation of the sponsorship policy and the policy of building the Company’s image in Poland and abroad;
  15. the Company’s information policy and corporate communication;
  16. management of the Company’s assets, excluding network assets, extraction assets and underground gas storage facilities;
  17. management of the Company’s non-production assets, including property;
  18. planning and implementation of the Company’s trade policy, particularly in respect of natural gas and electricity sales, execution and settlement of contracts for the sale of natural gas and electricity;
  19. guiding the development of the natural gas market;
  20. development of the natural gas import policy, also with respect to supply diversification;
  21. monitoring and analysis of foreign markets and establishing relationships with foreign companies, international organisations and foreign government authorities with respect to trade relations;
  22. cooperation with third parties with respect to trading in liquefied natural gas;
  23. preparation of periodic gas fuel balance reports, consistent with gas sale contracts and plans;
  24. periodic settlements of gas deliveries;
  25. information services, including the receipt of information on events and crises in all areas of the Company’s business;
  26. operations of the Wholesale Trading Branch

A graduate of the Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration at the Catholic University of Lublin, and the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw in partnership with the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, Center for American Law Studies). Participant of Executive Master of Business Administration postgraduate studies organised by the University of Gdańsk in cooperation with the Gdańsk Foundation for Management Development and Porto Business School.

Lawyer and manager with over 20 years of professional experience gained working for capital market institutions, public companies and an international law firm.

He began his professional career at the Legal Department of the Warsaw Stock Exchange in 1997 where he worked until 2004. He was a lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Administration of Łazarski University from 2000 to 2005. In 2004–2006, he was employed at SYGNITY S.A. From 2006 to 2018, he worked with the international law firm DENTONS Europe Dąbrowski and Partners sp.k. as a Senior Associate and then as Counsel. He was involved with PKN ORLEN S.A. from 2018 as Advisor to the Management Board and Executive Director for Strategy. From August 24th 2020 to March 15th 2021, he served as Vice President of the Management Board for Strategy and Development at Grupa LOTOS S.A.

  1. development and monitoring of implementation of the PGNiG Group’s Strategy;
  2. execution of projects and acquisitions of the PGNiG Group,
  3. developing a regulatory policy in consultation with government authorities, EU authorities and industry organisations;
  4. liaising with the Energy Regulatory Office in respect of obtaining licences by the Company;
  5. operation of the Company’s foreign representative offices;
  6. supervision of the project to consolidate groups of state-owned companies;
  7. design and development of the risk management framework at the Company;
  8. process management;
  9. climate policy and environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) policy.

Manager, member of the local government and holder of PhD in Economics. His PhD programme was conducted at the Institute of Economics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He graduated from the Marketing and Management Department and the Finance and Banking Department at the Independent University of Business and Public Administration in Warsaw. He also completed post-graduate studies in Management Analytics at the ORGMASZ Institute of Organisation and Management in Industry. He authored more than a dozen research articles devoted to enterprise virtualisation.

An economist with long-standing management experience gained in various institutions. In 2019 and 2020, he served as Member of the Management Board of PGNiG Upstream Norway AS. In 2019, he served as Member of the Supervisory Board of INOVA Centrum Innowacji Technicznych Sp. z o.o. In2006–2018, he served as the Mayor of Ząbki and since 2017 has been the President of the Management Board of the Polish Local Government Union. Prior to 2002, he worked at the Ministry of Justice, where
he was responsible for financial payroll plans for the prison service. He also provided training services and served in other public capacities.

Robert Perkowski is also holding the following positions:

  • Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Krajowa Spółka Cukrowa S.A.
  • Member of the Supervisory Board of EuRoPol GAZ S.A.
  • President of the Chamber of Natural Gas Industry
  • Chairman of the Supervisory Board of PGNIG Gaz TUW
  1. the procurement strategy of the Company and of the Group;
  2. policy, objectives and programmes related to hydrocarbon exploration and production in Poland and abroad;
  3. overseeing all licensing processes related to hydrocarbon exploration, appraisal and production, production facility projects, as well as storage of waste matter in rock mass and non-reservoir storage of substances in accordance with the Polish law and foreign legal regulations in the countries where PGNiG carries out exploration and production operations;
  4. development of technical assumptions, rules, norms and standards applicable in the area of oil drilling;
  5. operation and safety of production systems;
  6. implementation of the PGNiG Group’s strategy objectives at the Company and the Group companies with respect to domestic and foreign upstream acquisition processes;
  7. operations PGNiG S.A.’s Geology and Hydrocarbon Production Branch, the PGNiG Branches in Odolanów, Sanok and Zielona Góra, Well Mining Rescue Station in Kraków, and the Company’s foreign branches;
  8. building relations with the transmission system and distribution system operators;
  9. building relations with the storage system operators.

Arkadiusz Sekściński holds a PhD in social sciences (political science) from the University of Warsaw. He was the organiser of the Internal Security study programme focusing on Energy Security, and a lecturer in such subjects as ‘Poland’s Energy Policy’, ‘Energy Policies of Contemporary Countries’, ‘Renewable Energy Sources’ and ‘Planning and Financing Investment Projects in the Energy Sector’. Author of research articles published in Polish and English. He holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Łazarski University obtained as part of the Energy MBA Program.

He held a scholarship from the Foundation for the Development of the Education System (University of Bergen, Norway), the Leonardo da Vinci Programme (the Białystok Province Regional Office, Brussels, Belgium), the Socrates – Erasmus Programme (Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece). Mr Sekściński started his professional career in the energy sector in 2007, working as a consultant in companies providing advisory services to businesses operating in the heat and power sector. From 2011, he served as director and member of the Management Board of the Polish Wind Energy Association. In 2016, he joined PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. where, as Vice President and acting President of the Management Board, he supervised investment projects, innovation, operation of generation assets, communication, human resources and security. He served as president of special purpose vehicles responsible for the construction of onshore wind farms and development of wind farm projects in the Baltic Sea. He was also Head of the Photovoltaic Development Programme at the PGE Group.

In addition to serving as Vice President of the Management Board of PGNiG S.A. for Development, he is also Chairman of the Supervisory Board of PGNIG Ventures and Member of the Management Board of PGNIG Upstream Norway.

  1. research, innovation and growth projects involving PGNiG S.A.,
  2. analysing and monitoring opportunities to obtain EU funding for the Company’s operations;
  3. standardisation activities at the Company,
  4. development of technical assumptions, rules, norms and standards for the gas area;
  5. operations of the PGNiG Central Measurement and Testing Laboratory;
  6. implementation of the objectives of the PGNiG Group’s strategy at the PGNiG Group companies in the area of research, innovation and development projects and cooperation with start-ups,
  7. development of retail products and services within the PGNiG Group,
  8. energy efficiency and renewable energy at the PGNiG Group

Przemysław Wacławski is a graduate of the Faculty of Management of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków. He completed the international Executive MBA course at Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business in Italy, specialising in Digital Transformation.

In 2002–2006, he worked for Ernst & Young Audit, where he was engaged in such areas as financial auditing and due diligence processes. Between June 2006 and September 2010, he served as Head of Controlling Department and Head of Investment and Sales for the Balkan Market at Tele-Fonika Kable S.A. From October 2010, he was Member of the Management Board for Finance, and from February 2011 to May 2013 – President of the Management Board of TF Kable Fabrika Kablova Zajecar d.o.o. of Serbia. Between February 2013 and September 2018, Mr Wacławski served as Head of the Controlling Department at Tele-Fonika Kable S.A. During that period, he also served on the management boards of the Tele Fonika Kable Group’s foreign companies.

In October 2018, he was appointed Member of the Management Board for Finance at Unipetrol a.s., where he was in charge of the finance, supply chain management and IT divisions. He also supervised the Unipetrol Group’s finance division.

  1. implementation of the Company’s strategic economic and financial objectives;
  2. preparation and implementation of the Company’s Business Plan;
  3. economic and financial evaluations and analyses of expansion and investment projects;
  4. planning and overseeing financial aspects of the investment policy;
  5. monitoring the use of financial resources allocated to production, investment and repair work;
  6. Company’s internal settlement procedures;
  7. PGNiG S.A.’s financing operations;
  8. cash flows within the PGNiG Group;
  9. budgeting and control of the Company’s costs and revenue;
  10. Company’s credit policy;
  11. Company’s tax policy and tax liabilities;
  12. financial risk management;
  13. economic and financial analyses of new capital projects;
  14. implementation and development of accounting procedures;
  15.  defining the rules of and overseeing the preparation of financial statements;
  16. investor relations;
  17. planning, development and operation of the Company’s IT systems;
  18.  implementation of the PGNiG Group’s strategic objectives at the Group companies in the areas of IT development;
  19. IT management.

Magdalena Zegarska graduated from the University of Environmental Sciences in Radom. She completed an MBA oil and gas course and holds a certificate of completion of studies in Management of Large Enterprises from the School of Management and Marketing of the Business Initiatives Association in Warsaw. She took numerous training programmes and courses in psychology of team management, as well as a course for supervisory board members, completed with a passed exam before the State Treasury Commission. From 2011 to 2014, she was Secretary of the Employee Council of the second term of office, and from 2010 to 2014 – Secretary of the Coordination Committee of the NSZZ Solidarność trade union at PGNiG S.A. In 2014−2017, she served as Member of the PGNiG Supervisory Board, the Supervisory Board Secretary and Deputy Chair of the Audit Committee.

She joined PGNiG in 1998 as an employee of Mazowiecka Spółka Gazownictwa and then worked at the Mazovian Trading Division. From 2013, she held various positions at the Retail Trading Department, Infrastructure Department and Asset and Administration Department of the PGNiG Head Office. At the Asset and Administration Department she was Deputy Director. Since January 2016, she has been Representative of the PGNiG Management Board for the Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (QHSE) Management System. From April 2016 to March 2017, she served as Deputy Director of the QHSE Department, delegated to direct the work of the Department.

She has received honorary awards for outstanding service to the Oil Mining and Gas Sector and the Mazovian Trading Division. She holds the title of Grade III Mining Director.

  1. occupational health and safety, fire protection;
  2. cooperation with trade unions, the Employee Council and other employee organisations where their operations relate to the Company and the PGNiG Group;
  3. issue of shares to eligible Company employees;
  4. environmental protection,
  5. development of social policy.

Management Board

Composition of the Management Board as at January 1st 2021:

  • Paweł Majewski – President,
  • Robert Perkowski – Vice President, Operations,
  • Arkadiusz Sekściński – Vice President, Development,
  • Przemysław Wacławski – Vice President, Finance,
  • Jarosław Wróbel – Vice President,
  • Magdalena Zegarska – Vice President.

On February 17th 2021, Jarosław Wróbel resigned as Member and Vice President of the Management Board, with effect as of close of business on March 1st 2021. On March 2nd 2021, the PGNiG Supervisory Board decided to appoint, as of March 16th 2021, Artur Cieślik as Vice President of the Management Board, Chief Strategy and Regulation Officer, for the sixth term of office ending on January 10th 2023.

Composition of the Management Board as at December 31st 2021:

  • Paweł Majewski – President,
  • Artur Cieślik – Vice President, Chief Strategy and Regulation Officer,
  • Robert Perkowski – – Vice President, Operations,
  • Arkadiusz Sekściński – Vice President, Development,
  • Przemysław Wacławski – – Vice President, Finance,
  • Magdalena Zegarska – Vice President.

Pursuant to the Articles of Association, individual members of the Management Board or the entire Management Board are appointed and removed by the Supervisory Board. A member of the Management Board is appointed following a recruitment and selection procedure carried out pursuant to applicable provisions of the Articles of Association and in compliance with the requirements for candidates laid down in Art. 22 of the Act on State Property Management of December 16th 2016. The procedure does not apply to Management Board members elected by employees.

As long as the State Treasury holds Company shares and the Company’s annual average headcount exceeds 500, the Supervisory Board appoints to the Management Board one person elected by the employees, to serve for the Management Board’s term of office. A person is considered a candidate to the Management Board elected by the employees if, during the election, 50% of valid votes plus one were cast in favour of that person, with the reservation that the election results are binding on the Supervisory Board if at least 50% of the Company’s employees participated in the election.

Management Board members are appointed for a joint term of three years.

A member of the Management Board may resign from their position by delivering a notice to that effect to the Company, represented by another Management Board member or commercial proxy, with copies to the Chairman of the Supervisory Board and the minister competent for matters pertaining state assets. The resignation must be submitted in writing, or will otherwise be ineffective towardsthe Company.

The Management Board member elected by the employees may also be removed upon a written request submitted by at least 15% of the Company’s employees. The Supervisory Board orders the voting and its results are binding on the Supervisory Board if at least 50% of the Company’s employees participate in the ballot, and if the percentage of votes cast in favour of the removal is not lower than the majority required for the election of a member of the Management Board by the employees.

Pursuant to the Articles of Association, decisions on the issuance or buy-back of shares are adopted by the Company’s General Meeting.

The Management Board manages the Company’s affairs and represents the Company in and out of court. The powers and responsibilities of the Management Board involve management of all of the Company’s affairs, other than those which the law or the Company’s Articles of Association reserve for the General Meeting or the Supervisory Board. In particular, the Management Board is responsible for preparing business plans, including investment plans, the strategy for the Company and the PGNiG Group, as well as long-term strategic plans, and submitting them to the Supervisory Board for approval.

The operation of the Management Board is defined in its Rules of Procedure, adopted by the Management Board and approved by the Supervisory Board. The Rules of Procedure for the Management Board are available on the Company’s website at www.pgnig.pl/lad-korporacyjny/zarzad/regulamin


In 2021, the Management Board held 47 meetings and passed 636 resolutions.

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