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Month: September 2021

Icebreakers from Remontowa Shipbuilding ready for work

Two anti-flood linear icebreakers Ocelot and Tarpan, built at the Remontowa Shipbuilding SA shipyard to order from the State Water Management Company Wody Polskie –…

Northern Coasts 2021

ORP Kormoran and ORP Drużno – two vessels representing the 8th Coastal Defence Flotilla in the international exercise “Northern Coasts 21”, returned after more than…

HBO Project moves on to execution

On September 28th, LOTOS Oil, a company of the LOTOS Group, and the reputable Italian contractor KT – Kinetics Technology S.p.A. (KT) signed an Engineering…

Modernisation of the breakwater system in the Northern Port of Gdansk

In mid-September, the Maritime Office in Gdynia carried out technical acceptance of the essential part of the works included in the modernisation of the breakwater…

France to sell three frigates worth €5bn to Greece

President Emmanuel Macron and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Micotakis on Tuesday signed a contract for Athens to buy three Belharra frigates worth €5 billion. France’s…

Two new E-Flexer ferries to join Stena Line’s Baltic Sea fleet next year

Stena Line is to continue its expansion on the Baltic Sea during 2022, increasing both freight- and passenger capacity. The Swedish family-owned ferry company today…

PGNiG to acquire 21 licences on the Norwegian Continental Shelf

PGNiG Upstream Norway has just received approval from Norwegian authorities to acquire all assets of INEOS E&P Norge. Once the transaction is completed, the PGNiG…

President Duda at UN: Nord Stream 2 should be cause for reflection in our relations with US

The Nord Stream 2. gas pipeline should be a cause for reflection in our relations with the United States, President Andrzej Duda said in New…

Conversion of drill ship to polymetallic nodule mining unit for The Metals Company

The 228-metre-long drill ship is set to be the first vessel classified as an offshore mining vessel (for collecting raw materials from the seabed) by…

Maritime survival training

Prolonged stay in individual and collective means of survival is an obligatory training that ship crews undergo as a part of sea rescue classes. On…

Tourists eager to see construction of waterway across the Vistula Spit

The shipping canal being built through the Vistula Spit has already become a major attraction. Many tourists watched the construction of the new waterway during…

EC: Nord Stream 2 will need certification in Germany and EC opinion

The European Commission has said that the Nord Stream 2 pipeline will have to submit an application for certification in Germany in order to become…

Babcock introduces Arrowyard™ to its portfolio of global ship build and support

Babcock the aerospace, defence and security company has launched a dynamic new approach within global shipbuilding that enables international customers to build and support the…

Polish Ambassador to Ukraine: Nord Stream 2 creates security deficit

The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline creates a deficit in the security sphere, which forces us to consolidate politically, Polish Ambassador to Kiev Bartosz Cichocki…

Remontowa Shipbuilding among signatories of Polish Offshore Wind Sector Deal

The “Polish Offshore Wind Sector Deal” was signed in Warsaw on 15 September by government administration representatives and key offshore wind sector stakeholders. The main…

LOTOS actively expanding its upstream business in Norway

The focus of LOTOS Exploration and Production Norge’s activities in September has been on the submission of bids in the APA 2021 licensing round and…

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