Like two Spitfires tipping their wings in the sky, Britain and Poland are beginning to fly in different directions. The Polish pilot is heading for Berlin, not to strafe it but to join it. The British pilot is steering out into the Atlantic. Their old friendship is strained.
Poland will adopt a new, more investor-friendly law on shale gas exploration activity by the end of June, Environment Minister Marcin Korolec said. The new regulations are meant to ease bureaucracy in the sector. Poland will also create state operator that will take part in energy consortia.
In order to fight global warming, the European Union should withdraw from subsidizing both fossil fuels and renewable energy, Poland's Environment Minister Marcin Korolec said at a conference in Warsaw.