As we reported almost one year ago, Polish ship design office Remontowa Marine Design & Consulting Ltd., a member of Remontowa Holding had won the public tender for the development of concept and classification design of a ro-ro passenger ship to be built for Jadrolinija Maritime Liner Company. Read more: […]
“Smart Ports and cleaner energy – LNG Bunkering technologies and Distribution of LNG for Inland Waterways” is a title of the seminar regarding Norway – Poland partnership in Small Scale LNG solutions to be organized during the 19th BALTEXPO Exhibition and Conferences in Gdansk, on 11th – 12th September 2017. […]
Every two years BALTEXPO International Maritime Exhibition in Poland gives us insight into one of the most promising and prospective market in Europe when it comes to shipbuilding, inland waterways and port infrastructure. Maritime economy and inland navigation is one of the priorities for new Polish government, which (eg. through […]
Forum Okrętowe (eng.: The Association of Polish Maritime Industries), the largest employers union of the shipbuilding sector in Poland has revealed statistical data, worked out in close cooperation with PortalMorski.pl – Polandatsea.com and – in some extend – containing estimates from Gdansk-based CTO (Ship Research Centre), related to the performance, […]
After many years, a Polish shipping company has ordered a newbuilding in… Poland. This is the first step in the implementation of a “revitalisation of the Polish shipbuilding industry” program led by the Polish present government. Regardless of those political efforts, shipbuilders and repair yards in Poland have been seeking […]
Throughout the Three Seas Summit, Polish gas transmission operator GAZ-SYSTEM has entered into an agreement with Plinacro, a Croatian transmission system operator. The companies are going to collaborate in favor of development of the natural gas market in Central Europe. – Launching the Three Seas initiative will contribute to expansion […]
Located in the North Sea the Gina Krog field was brought on stream on June 30, 2017. PGNiG Upstream Norway is one of the four consortium partners, holding an 8% interest in the licence. The field’s recoverable reserves have been put at 218 million boe, the figure equal to last […]
During his visit in Poland, American President Donald Trump declared readiness to sign a long-term liquefied natural gas deal between Poland’s and the US’ companies. Trump arrived in Warsaw on Wednesday, July 5. On the next day he attended the Three Seas Conference and later he made a public speech […]
Pursuant to an agreement signed on June 26, 2017, works focusing on bank reinforcements of the final section 12f-14 of the Szczecinskie Quay will be carried out this year. This is yet another investment of the Port of Gdansk implemented with the improvement of safety in mind.
On June 19, 2017, Remontowa Shipbuilding SA, member of the Remontowa Holding SA and the Armaments Inspectorate of Poland signed a contract for the construction of six tugs for the Polish Navy, which are to be designed, built and delivered by Remontowa Shipbuilding. The contract was concluded as a result of […]
Liquefied natural gas from Cheniere Energy arrived on June 8, 2017 at the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście. The chilled cargo was brought in tanks of the US tanker Clean Ocean marking the first such delivery to Central and Eastern Europe. PGNiG plans to conclude more spot agreements.
On 28 June 2017, the container giant owned by OOCL (Orient Overseas Container Line) called at the DCT deepwater terminal. It is the world’s largest vessel of this type. OOLC Hong Kong is the newest ship of the shipping market’s container fleet, constructed in South Korea in 2017 by the […]
The NKT Victoria cable-laying vessel has been awarded the Ship of the Year 2017 prize in Norway. During a ceremony at the Nor-Shipping exhibition in Lillestrøm, the award was presented to CEO and president of NKT, Michael Hedegaard Lyng, captain Svein Ole Sæter, CEO of Salt Ship Design, Arne Stenersen, […]
On May 18, 2017, the first Polish built hybrid, battery-fed electric drive ferry Elektra was towed out the port of Gdynia, bound for Finland. The road, double-ended, diesel-electric ferry, built at Crist yard and designed for operation in protected waters, was towed in its one-time deep-sea voyage by the tug Atlas. […]