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Changes in the Management Board of LW Bogdanka S.A.

LW BOGDANKA S.A., the most modern and efficient hard coal mine in Poland, making part of the Enea Group – one of the leaders of the Polish power market, has announced that a change occurred in its Management Board.   

Mr Krzysztof Szlaga will stop performing his role of the President of the Management Board as of 16 February 2018. By the time a new President of the Management Board is appointed, the role will be performed by Mr Sławomir Karlikowski, the Vice-President of the Management Board in charge of Production and the Head of Mining Supervision in Mining Facility. Mr Sławomir Karlikowski has been with LW Bogdanka S.A. since 1991, and since 2016 as a member of the Company’s Management Board.


Mirosław Kowalik, the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of LW Bogdanka S.A.: “We wish to thank Krzysztof Szlaga for five years of work in the Management Board of LW Bogdanka and his efforts devoted to the development of the Company. It was an important time for Bogdanka which successfully managed to operate in a difficult market environment, become a part of the Enea Group and is implementing a new development strategy. The remaining members of the Management Board, who remain in their roles, will ensure continuity of the high-class management at the Company. I wish Krzysztof Szlaga a lot of success in his further professional career.”

Krzysztof Szlaga, the leaving President of the Management Board of LW BOGDANKA S.A.: “The work in Bogdanka made a very important part of my professional life. I leave the Company with a feeling of professional fulfillment, as due to joint efforts of the Management Board and the employees, LW BOGDANKA is now in a great condition, is financially sound, and stable as far as its operational situation is concerned – the Company’s efficiency ratios are among the highest in the industry, it achieves excellent financial results, and thanks to the licence for the Ostrów deposit it will be able to continue mining for another 50 years.”