In recent days Nauta Shiprepair Yard has signed two contracts for building partly outfitted fishing trawlers. Both vessels have been ordered by the Danish shipyard – Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS.
The Port of Gdansk will soon turn into a construction site. During a recent press conference, the Board of PGA SA summarised 2017 investments and presented the plan for 2018.
The load out of jacket foundations for Ørsted (ex DONG Energy) is going on. Operation is proceeding succesfully – two from three jackets are already on the barge. If the weather will be favourable, all three constructions should be ready for transport the middle of the week.
The 21.2 million tons of cargo trans-shipped by the Port of Gdynia in 2017 is a record in the port history. It is accompanied by the excellent financial results of the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. with a net profit of more than PLN 77 million, which is as much […]
First of two new hybrid ships for Hurtigruten was launched at Kleven Yards on February 17.
In 2017 DCT Gdansk saw a growth rate of 24%, with volumes growing to just under 1.6 million TEU (20-foot equivalent unit).
The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules Polish support to SMEs in the shipbuilding sector. This measure will encourage new investment and benefit regional development in Poland.
On January 16th 2018, LOTOS Exploration and Production Norge AS (“LOTOS Norge”) was offered two new exploration and production licences by the Norwegian authorities in the APA 2017 round.
Nearly 40 people took part in a walk around the Port of Gdansk. An area usually accessible only to the employees of Gdansk’s port was visited by photography enthusiasts. The joint photo shoot attracted photography lovers not only from Gdansk and its vicinity, but also from other cities, including Warsaw.
At the end of January OT Logistics Capital Group, the biggest port operator in Poland, started reloading granular urea at OT Port Gdynia for the company Polish Agro. The reloading takes place from the bulk carrier Mount Hope, the largest ship carrying granular urea that has entered OT Port Gdynia […]
The well results will be used to precisely estimate the reserves and plan the development of the discovery, in which PGNiG Upstream Norway holds a 20% interest. The reserves have been preliminarily estimated to be about 60 mboe of natural gas and condensate.