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Author: Grzegorz Landowski

Zodiak II was the first to navigate the new waterway through the Vistula Spit

On Saturday, 17 September 2022, the navigation channel through the Vistula Spit was officially opened. The multipurpose ship Zodiak II was the first vessel to…

Stena Line introduces the Stena Ebba E-Flexer ferry

Stena Line introduces the second large E-Flexer of its Baltic Sea expansion to operate Karlskrona-Gdynia with its sister vessel Stena Estelle.

Keel laying for the second gas carrier to be chartered by PGNiG

In the South Korean shipyard, Hyundai Heavy Industries, the keel was laid for the construction of the second of the LNG carriers ordered by PGNiG,…

The Lech Kaczynski LNG carrier launched in South Korea

The first of the new LNG carriers from Norwegian shipowner Knutsen OAS Shipping to be operated by the Polish company PGNiG on long-term charter has…

Poland’s FSRU floating LNG terminal capacity will be doubled

– Due to growing interest from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, we plan to expand the capacity of the FSRU terminal in the Gulf of…

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…

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…

Embargo on Russian oil and gas triggers Poland’s companies to increase output

An embargo on Russian oil and gas prompts PGNiG (Polish Oil and Gas Company), Lotos and Orlen to develop their output. PGNiG, for example, will…

PGNiG intensifies production of natural gas on the Norwegian Continental Shelf

PGNiG Upstream Norway plans to additionally produce approximately 0.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas this year. This will allow the Polish Company to reach…

Oil and gas products for Ukraine transported via Polish seaports?

As Minister Jacek Sasin told a press conference on Monday, 10 May, he had asked state-owned companies several weeks ago to “present their plans and…

Gaz-System ready to speed up works on LNG terminal in Gdansk

Gas transmission pipeline operator Gaz-System is ready to accelerate work on Gdansk’s floating LNG terminal project if strategic decisions are made and certain conditions are…

Libya – a new direction for oil imports to Poland?

PortalMorski.pl has investigated that at least since 2015, no oil has been imported to Poland from Libya. Meanwhile, a tanker with crude oil is heading…

PERN enhances efficiency and safety of fuel handling at sea hub in Debogórze

Over 36,000 cubic metres of diesel fuel from a refinery in Rotterdam was unloaded on 26-27 April at PERN’s fuel hub in Debogórze. The product…

PGNiG boosts LNG supplies to Poland

The 163rd delivery of liquefied natural gas, purchased by PGNiG (Polish Oil and Gas Company), has arrived at the President Lech Kaczyński Terminal in Świnoujście….

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