Adam Wawrzynowicz


Adam specialises in providing legal assistance to companies operating in the energy and telecommunications market, including companies operating in the gas, electricity and heating sectors.

Adam has experience in advising on regulatory issues and conducting proceedings before the Energy Regulatory Office as well as in consultancy covering other areas of business activity, including IT related law, the implementation of IT systems, commercial transactions, and public procurement procedures. He has provided legal advisory services to the largest gas system operators in Poland as part of projects concerning, inter alia, mandatory gas reserves, the security of natural gas supplies to Poland, and a support system for the LNG Terminal in Świnoujście. He advised on the consolidation of distribution companies in the PGNiG group and in the project for the separation of the distribution branch from the PGNiG capital group and the establishment of PGNiG SA. as the storage system operator. He participated in the work on the development of the concept of adapting the model of operation of the Storage System Operator to the assumptions arising from the 3rd Energy Package. He is the co-author of the fundamental  principles for the draft Gas Law as prepared at the request of the Chamber of Commerce for the Gas Industry. He has advised on projects in the field of telecommunications, renewable energy, and infrastructure investments.

Adam supervised the legal advice related to the development of draft primary regulations for activities in the storage and distribution of natural gas sectors – Regulations for the Provision of Storage Services and Instructions for Movement and Exploitation in the Distribution Network. He has represented key companies from the PGNiG Group in concession award proceedings, tariff proceedings, and proceedings for the designation of gas system operators.

He is a member of the Consulting Team for the Energy and Gas Market at the Chamber of the Natural Gas Industry.