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Poland has been an importer of gas from the east since 1944, according to Gazprom Export, making it one of Russia’s oldest hydrocarbon customers. Annual demand has trended upwards since 1989 – sitting at 16.7 bcm in 2013 – and imports constitute roughly two-thirds of this total. Domestic production covers the remaining share and output began in the interwar period, notably around the Krosno Jasło field in the Galicia region, which is today near the Slovak border.
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