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Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. will lease a part of the manoeuvring and storage yard

Port of Gdynia Authority SA invites you to participate in an open tender for the selection of a leaseholder for a part of the manoeuvring…

The “EU Integrated Resolve 2022” exercise took place in the Mining Basin of the Port of Gdańsk

For the past three months, the EU has been testing its readiness and ability to deal effectively with potential threats. Thanks to the ‘Integrated Resolve…

FSRU in Gdansk with European funding

The European Commission, under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), has awarded the LNG Gdansk project a grant to develop technical specifications and carry out design…

Minesweeper divers neutralize unexploded World War II ordnance

Miner divers from the 13th minesweeper squadron in Gdynia excavated an unexploded World War II ordnance weighing nearly 1,000 kg from the bottom of the…

EU sources: Poland blocked EC proposal for price cap on Russian oil

Poland has blocked a European Commission proposal for a price cap on Russian oil at $65 per barrel, EU diplomatic sources in Brussels told PAP….

Neutralisation of unexploded ordnance in Gdansk Bay – RCB warning

The Government Security Centre sent a message to residents of Gdynia and Sopot on Monday warning of the planned neutralisation of unexploded ordnance in the…

Manoeuvres codenamed Shark-22 will take place in the Baltic Sea

The Navy has announced that manoeuvres codenamed Rekin-22 will begin on Friday in the Baltic Sea. Nearly 20 vessels from Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia…

Record-breaking construction of manoeuvring and storage yards in the Port of Gdynia

18 tonnes per square metre – this is the weight of cargo that can be stored on new stacking yards at the Port of Gdynia…

June sees historically high levels of coal indices in western European ports

In June, indices showing thermal coal prices at Western European ports reached a historic high of $424.18 per tonne, according to a study by the…

Venezuela’s first oil tanker in two years has set sail for Europe

A cargo of 650,000 barrels of heavy crude oil has set sail from Venezuela on a tanker chartered by Italian oil company Eni, Reuters reported…

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…

PGE Baltica at the 14th European Economic Congress

The International Congress Centre in Katowice hosted the largest debate on the future of the European economy in Central Europe on 25-27 April.

EU sanctions torpedo Russia’s plans

Russia intended to become the world’s leading producer of liquefied natural gas, but EU sanctions imposed after the country’s invasion of Ukraine have torpedoed those…

EUR 110 million guarantees from KUKE for ferry construction in Remontowa

Thanks to guarantees received from Poland’s Export Credit Insurance Corporation KUKE, Remontowa Shiprepair Yard may soon finalise syndicated financing for the construction of Ro-Pax ferries….

Neutralisation of a post-German torpedo

A German aerial torpedo is to be neutralised on Thursday. For the duration of the action, it will not be possible to enter the Baltic…

PGE: How to change EU ETS so that it supports the energy transition?

PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna has for quite some time been calling for the reform of  EU’s Emissions Trading System (EU ETS). The most recent price…

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