Poland’s anti-monopoly watchdog UOKiK said on Monday it had fined Gazprom 213 million zloty ($57 million) ( GAZP.MM ) for lack of cooperation in its proceedings with regard to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project. Poland sees Nord Stream 2, which would double Russia’s gas export capacity via the Baltic Sea, as a threat to Europe’s energy security, saying it will strengthen Gazprom’s market dominance. Nord Stream 2 is led by Gazprom, with half of the funding provided by Germany’s Uniper ( UN01.DE ) and BASF’s ( BASFn.DE ) Wintershall unit, Anglo-Dutch company Shell ( RDSa.L ), Austria’s OMV ( OMVV.VI ) and Engie ( ENGIE.PA ). UOKiK has been examining the project for years and in 2019 it fined Engie 40 million euros for failing to provide documents and information relating to the case. “At the beginning of the year, we requested Gazprom provide us […]