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Month: April 2021

SEA Europe open letter to Ursula von der Leyen

On 29 April 2021 SEA Europe sent an open letter to the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, calling for immediate action…

Russian ambassador to NS2 construction site assures pipeline will be completed in 2021

Prime Minister of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MV) Manuela Schwesig has visited with Russian Ambassador to Germany Sergey Nechayev the loading station of the Nord Stream 2 gas…

PKN Orlen to seek further offshore concessions in the Baltic

PKN Orlen will seek further concessions on the Baltic for offshore wind farms, the company’s vice-president Zbigniew Leszczyński said on Thursday. He estimated the costs…

Baltic Power project

The Baltic Power project to build PKN Orlen’s wind farm in the Baltic Sea in cooperation with the Canadian company Northland Power will positively influence…

Zero-emission shipping like Mount Everest for the global maritime industry

During the GreenMare international conference held in Gdansk last Tuesday, 20 December, leading experts and representatives of the maritime industry in Europe discussed global challenges…

Remontowa Shipbuilding has signed a contract for the construction of a fire-fighting ship

On Wednesday, April 28, a contract was signed in Szczecin for the “Purchase of a fire-fighting vessel for the Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority”. In…

Hoegh’s new record-setting car carrier …and very ”green”

Norwegian shipowner Hoegh Autoliners is accelerating towards zero carbon emissions with a planned order for the world’s largest car carrier, which will also have a…

Mostostal Warszawa wants to invest in foundation factory for OWF

Mostostal Warszawa is strengthening its activity on the RES market. – We have a technology that will benefit the Polish renewable energy sector, says Jorge…

ERGO Hestia to pay compensation after Suez Canal blockade

ERGO Hestia will participate in compensation payments related to the recent blockade of the Suez Canal. On board the ship Ever Given, which paralysed one…

Sea trials of the H-13 tug Przemko

H-13 Przemko is the last of a series of six tugboats of B860 design being built at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA shipyard for the Polish Navy….

The first NOXa loading in the history of Grupa Azoty and the first in a Polish port

As announced by Grupa Azoty Zakłady Chemiczne “Police” SA – in the oldest existing part of the Szczecin shipyard, near the Odra Nowa slipway, on…

Seafarers and air crews need to prioritise vaccination

The heads of five UN organisations have called for COVID-19 vaccination priority for maritime and air transport workers, given their critical role in supporting global…

The world’s most modern submarine

Princess Eleonora, daughter of King Philip VI of Spain, “christened” the S-81 Isaac Peral submarine in Cartagena on Thursday. According to its designers, the vessel…

“‘Quiet tanker’ to care for marine ecosystem

Onex Peace, an Aframax tanker built at Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HHI) for Onex, is the world’s first commercial vessel with a Silent-E notation from…

Gdansk Shipyard with court-approved conservation protection

The Provincial Administrative Court in Warsaw has dismissed complaints against the decision of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of 10 June 2020 entering…

PGNiG: Getting ready for first production from the Duva field in Norway

PGNiG Upstream Norway and its licence partners have started drilling production wells in the Duva field, with first production expected in the third quarter of…

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