In connection with the state visit of the President of Poland, Andrzej Duda to Washington D.C., the Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) has signed, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House, an agreement with Venture Global LNG to purchase an additional 1.5 million tonnes per annum […]
Ports & Logistics
From 29 May to 5 June, large cargo was transported from Szczecin to one of the Damen shipyards in Rotterdam (formerly Verolme Botlek) specialising mainly in repairs and conversions for the offshore sector. On the barge-pontoon, the steel structure of the so-called gripper frame (holder / guide of foundation piles […]
One of the main objectives of the Port of Gdynia Authority SA is to manage real estate and port infrastructure, as well as to effectively plan and develop the port. In order to optimally utilize the areas under the Management Board’s control and to obtain the largest possible revenue to […]
DCT Gdansk in the North Port is regularly visited by the largest container ships in the world, and Naftoport is often visited by the largest tankers that can enter the Baltic Sea. So why shouldn’t the approach track to the North Port of Gdansk be deepened by the largest dredger […]
The Port of Gdansk Authority has been working on the concept of development of the Central Port for nearly a year. Work on the execution of the project is set to begin this year.
The consulting team at Actia Forum prepared a comprehensive report, analyzing the developments in Polish seaports in 2018. The team is already carefully following the situation in 2019. You will find a short summary of the situation in Q1 2019 at the end of this newsletter.
The Port of Gdansk was visited by MPs from the Czech Republic, the Marshal of the Senate of the Republic of Poland, and the Pomeranian Governor. During the meeting, the transport potential and the handling capacity of Gdansk’s port were presented in the context of trade between Poland and the […]
The Port of Gdansk was visited by delegates of the world’s largest container port.
The US Department of Energy approved the export of LNG from Port Arthur LNG to non-FTA countries. The liquefaction and export facility is scheduled for launch in 2023. Cargoes of liquefied natural gas exported from this terminal will be received, among others, by PGNiG.
The Management Board of PGNiG SA welcomed the approval of the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for the construction of the Port Arthur liquefaction terminal in Jefferson County, Texas, on the Gulf of Mexico, which is due to start operating in 2023.
The head of government visited the DCT container terminal at the Port of Gdansk. The PM was accompanied by the Minister of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation, Marek Grobarczyk.
The car park at Sniezna Street is the first element of a system of buffer car parks for the customers of Gdansk’s port. The number of parking spaces at the Port of Gdansk will be gradually increased.
The Szczecin factory has signed a new contract. This time contractor is a German construction and port company. The contract concerns production of mooring dolphins for the port of Hamburg. Implementation of the contract has already started.
Between March 13th and March 18th 2019, Grupa LOTOS and PGNiG completed two LNG commercial bunkering operations for seagoing ships. These were the first such operations carried out at the sea ports of Gdańsk and Gdynia. LOTOS and PGNiG are set to continue cooperation in LNG bunkering as this will […]
Liquefied natural gas will come to Poland from Norway on March 21, 2019. This is the twelfth spot delivery to the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście since the facility started its operations.
The methane carrier Flex Rainbow transports about 64 thousand tonnes of liquefied natural gas from Sabine Pass, USA. The cargo was purchased as part of a spot transaction. This is the fifth delivery this year so far – three came from the US and two from Qatar. On Tuesday, February […]