05.06.2024

REPORT: Will the Sea Help? The Baltic Sea and Poland’s Energy Security

We present the latest report from The Opportunity Institute for Foreign Affairs, prepared in collaboration with the Ignacy Lukasiewicz Institute for Energy Policy, titled:

WILL THE SEA HELP? THE BALTIC SEA AND POLAND’S ENERGY SECURITY

“In the face of changes in global markets and major trade routes, Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine and the associated economic sanctions, as well as the European Union’s aspirations to continue the green transformation while building the continent’s resilience to various threats – it is extremely important to shed new light on the issue of ensuring Poland’s energy security. In this context, one of the most important topics has become Poland’s growing dependence on the supply of raw materials and energy transported by sea routes or produced in the Baltic Sea area. […]”

Several questions arise:

  • Is Poland becoming excessively dependent on the Baltic Sea route for energy?
  • Do increasing geopolitical tensions in the region pose a threat to Poland’s energy development plans on the coast?
  • Can Poland, leveraging its coastal location, still become a leader in regional energy cooperation?

The best Polish experts in the field of energy security and maritime economy provide answers to these questions: Magdalena Maj, Commander Dr. hab. Rafał Miętkiewicz, Zuzanna Nowak, Dr. Konrad Popławski, Dr. hab. Mariusz Ruszel Professor at PRz, and Paweł Turowski.

Report in Polish

The full version of the report in English is not yet available in English. We encourage you to download its summary in English below!

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