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Month: December 2021

Polish Ferries company with one billion PLN to start Ro-Paxes construction

The company Polskie Promy (eng. Polish Ferries) has received 1 billion zlotys of recapitalisation, which will allow it to start the production of three ferries…

PGNiG’s pioneering investment on the Norwegian Continental Shelf

The Norwegian company of PGNiG SA launched the first line of the heated gas pipeline serving the Ærfugl field. The installation is unique and opens…

Gdynia Maritime University supports offshore wind farms

Work on the construction of the university’s Offshore Centre in Gdynia is progressing rapidly. Recruitment has also begun for a new course of study aimed…

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Novak: we do not consider lack of certification for Nord Stream 2

Russian Deputy Prime Minister and Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak said on Wednesday that Moscow does not take into account the lack of certification approval and…

Thales intends to develop cooperation with the Polish industry

Thales declares the development of cooperation with the Polish industry. The company qualified for further talks in the frigate Miecznik (eng. Swordfish) programme offers a…

Port in Elbląg getting closer to the Baltic Sea

The construction of a waterway linking the Gdansk Bay with the Vistula Lagoon has continued. Thanks to this investment, the port of Elbląg will gain…

Salish Heron set sail from Poland bound for Canada

As BC Ferries has released, its new Salish Class vessel is now on its way to British Columbia. Salish Heron left Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. in…

Multipurpose vessel for Chipolbrok launched in Chinese shipyard

In the Chinese shipyard Chengxi Shipyard Co. Ltd on 17 December this year, the third in a series of four vessels being built for the…

ORP Mewa minehunter on sea trials

On the fourteenth of December 2021, Remontowa Shipbuilding began sea trials of the MCMV ORP Mewa. The first stage was scheduled for the seventeenth of…

Baltic Power has held talks with potential suppliers on building supply chain for offshore wind project

Almost 600 representatives of 369 companies and institutions attended a meeting for those interested in collaboration on the Baltic Power project. Building a strong supply…

PGNiG Upstream Norway prepares PDO for the King Lear field

PGNiG Upstream Norway and Aker BP have started advanced design work on a Plan of Development and Operations for the King Lear field in the…

Ship collision in the Baltic Sea. Rescue operation underway

Two freighters collided in the Baltic Sea early Monday morning at the point separating the Danish-owned island of Bornholm from the Swedish coast, Denmark’s Joint…

Longest drilling in onshore section of Baltic Pipe gas pipeline continues

In Lubuskie Voivodeship, works on a drilling under the Warta River are being carried out. This is the longest trenchless crossing in Poland carried out…

New Ro-Pax ferries for the company Polskie Promy. “Remontowa is destined for success”

Remontowa Shiprepair Yard S.A., the largest company of the Polish shipbuilding group Remontowa Holding, will build new Ro-Pax ferries for the company Polskie Promy, whose…

How much does ORP Sokół weigh?

The Stocznia Wojenna (Naval Shipyard) is continuing work on adapting the ORP Sokół (t. Kobben) submarine for its museum role, exhibited in Gdynia as a…

Stena Line launches new ferry line to Finland

Swedish ferry operator Stena Line announced today that it is launching a new ferry line on the route from Nynäshamn in Sweden to Hanko in…

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