Drewil is a family-run company specializing mainly in marine rescue equipment, especially in pilot and embarkation ladders. Drewil has been present in the shipbuilding industry for over 35 years. Its motto “Safety by Quality” sets the company’s idea and shapes the production profile. And ensuring the safety of life at […]
Gaz-System signed the agreement on co-financing the Baltic Pipe construction works under the Connecting Europe Facility with the Innovation and Network Executive Agency of the EU. The ceremony of signing the agreement for the subsidy in the maximum amount of nearly EUR 215 million, took place in Brussels on 15 […]
PGNiG Upstream Norway and Aker BP have signed a contract for the lease of a semi-submersible drilling rig. In autumn, the exploration well will start to be drilled on the Shrek prospectus within PL838 license. For the PGNiG Group, it will be the first drill well in the role of […]
JDR Cable Systems (JDR), the leading supplier of subsea umbilicals and power cables to the offshore energy industry, owned by the TFKable Group, Poland, has been selected by Jan De Nul to supply subsea power cables and accessories for the Taiwan Power Company Offshore Wind Farm Phase One.
PGNiG Upstream Norway, a Norwegian subsidiary of the PGNiG Group, obtained three new licenses from the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy as part of the annual APA 2018 (Awards in Predefined Areas) licensing round. On two of them the company will act as the operator.
PGNiG Upstream Norway AS has acquired a detailed 2D seismic image, which will facilitate the selection of a drilling location in the Shrek prospect within the PL838 licence area. It will be the first well drilled by the PGNiG Group as a licence operator on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Equinor has exercised an option to acquire a 50 % interest in the offshore wind development project Bałtyk I in Poland from Polenergia. This transaction is a follow-up of the agreement between the two companies which came into force in May 2018 , by which Equinor acquired a 50 % interest […]
PGNiG Upstream Norway AS obtained a consent of the Norway’s Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to purchase over 42% shares in the Tommeliten Alpha filed from Equinor. The acquisition will allow to increase company’s gas production output from Norwegian portfolio by 0.5 bcm/year.
Offshore may become a Polish specialty. It can be a source of cheap, clean energy and help to improve energy security. Implementation of this technology is possible if only government decision is taken. It is also important to speed up the process of obtaining permissions by investors and reduce investment […]
PGE is launching a search for a strategic partner to prepare, build and operate wind farms in the Baltic Sea with total capacity of up to 2545 MW as the first stage of PGE Group’s offshore programme. PGE intends to eventually sell up to a 50% stake in two special purpose […]
The Polish and Danish gas transmission system operators: Gaz-System and Energinet have both made positive investment decisions and agreed to implement the joint Baltic Pipe project. The pipeline will enable the supply of natural gas from Norway through Denmark to Poland and other countries in the region as well as reverse […]
The gas reserves of the Fogelberg field are estimated at between 7 and 14 bcm. The start of commercial production is in line with the plans of PGNiG as the company seeks to increase the production of natural gas in Norway in order to supply it via the Baltic Pipe […]
On October 17, 2018, a two day event organized by Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society commences in Gdynia, Poland. The 7th edition of the “Offshore Wind Logistics & Supplies 2018” conference is the best opportunity to meet and network with the Polish offshore wind industry and to update outlook of […]
The Association of Polish Maritime Industries (Forum Okrętowe) released information on the production and orderbook of Polish shipyards in 2017, worked out in cooperation with PortalMorski.pl, the largest maritime portal on the Internet in Poland.
PGNiG Upstream Norway (PGNiG UN) of the PGNiG Group is the first Polish company to drill a well in the Norwegian Sea as an operator.
Agencja Rozwoju Przemysłu SA (Industrial Development Agency JSC – IDA) acquired 81.05 % of shares in Stocznia Gdańsk SA and 50 % of shares in GSG Towers Sp. z o.o. from Gdańsk Shipyard Group Sp. z o.o., controlled by the Ukrainian investor Serhiy Taruta. As a result, the former cradle […]