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Month: May 2022

Companies from Ukraine interested in cooperation with operators in the Port of Gdansk

On 26-27 May the Poland-Ukraine Business Meeting took place. Gdansk Port was a partner of the event. Participants of the meeting discussed the possibility of…

Gróbarczyk: Maritime University of Technology will be the first such university in the country

“This will be the first Maritime University of Technology in our country. There are some in the world, but I think all others will be…

PGE launches Poland’s first MEW investment process management course

“Offshore wind energy: management, preparation and execution of investments” – is a new postgraduate course developed jointly by PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna and Warsaw’s Lazarski…

MacGregor will supply RoRo equipment for new Polish hybrid-powered ferries

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has been selected to supply comprehensive packages of RoRo equipment for three pro-ecological, low-emission vessels powered by four LNG engines of…

The first ship with Ukrainian ore departed from the Świnoujście seaport

Nearly 30 thousand tons of iron ore from Ukraine left the port in Świnoujście. The cargo was handled at the Quay of Miners by OT…

First of new Stena Line ferries for Gdynia-Karlskrona line handed over to the owner

The largest representative of the E-Flexer class so far was handed over to the shipowner by a Chinese shipyard on 24 May, reportedly slightly ahead…

PGNiG strengthens production capacities on the Norwegian Continental Shelf

PGNiG Upstream Norway AS has signed an agreement with Wellesley Petroleum AS for the purchase of shares in the Ørn gas field in the Norwegian…

The international mine action operation pk. “Open Spirit 2022”

In Lithuanian territorial waters the international mine countermeasures operation pk. “Open Spirit 2022”. A total of 13 ships, 8 diving teams divided into two groups,…

Banks finance Poland’s shipbuilding industry

A consortium of banks has signed with Remontowa Shiprepair Yard S.A. an agreement for guarantees and letters of credit aimed at supporting the shipyard’s key project…

NATO ship designers sailed the Albatros minehunter

On Wednesday, 18 March 2022, representatives of the NATO Ship Design Capability Group – SDCG, invited by the Polish Navy, paid a visit to the…

Lynette Bryson, Stena Line’s first female captain

18 May is the official International Women at Sea Day, established by the IMO (International Maritime Organization). It is a day when the global shipping…

PGE Baltica: wind measurement equipment is already heading from Spain to Władysławowo

PGE Baltica is preparing to start measuring wind, wave and sea current resources in the Baltic Sea for the Baltica 1 offshore wind power plant.

PGNiG to sign another long-term contract for the supply of American LNG

PGNiG has signed Heads of Agreement with Sempra Infrastructure defining the main provisions of a purchase and sale agreement for 3 million tons of liquefied…

EC tells EU countries how to pay for Russian gas without violating sanctions

A closed-door meeting of European Commission representatives and EU diplomats was held in Brussels on the evening of Friday, 13 May, at which the EC…

One condition for transporting oil to Germany via Polish seaports

The withdrawal of the Russian share from the Schwedt refinery is the basic condition under which Poland is ready to help Germany become independent from…

Studies on seabed began for the construction of the Gdynia Outer Port

On May 3, 2022, ferromagnetic surveys of the seabed began in the area of the planned construction of the outer jetty of the Port of…

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