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FRSU terminal cooperation talks with Czech Republic and Slovakia

We are analysing the final capacity of the FSRU terminal. We are talking with the Czech and Slovak side at the level of gas system…

Gaz-System: all three Baltic Pipe compressor stations in Poland after technical acceptance

Gaz-System has carried out technical acceptance of all three gas compressor stations being expanded and built as part of the Baltic Pipe project. Their main…

GAZ-SYSTEM with first construction permit for FSRU project

The Pomeranian Governor has issued a construction permit for the Kolnik-Gdansk gas pipeline, which is one part of the FSRU Onshore project.

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…

Polish ports ready for additional coal transshipments

Coal handling capacity at Polish ports has been expanded for this year, Deputy Infrastructure Minister Grzegorz Witkowski told PAP.

Nord Stream 1 gas could flow as early as Wednesday

The routine maintenance of the Nord Stream 1 Baltic gas pipeline went without any major problems and was able to be finalised on Tuesday evening…

Prime Minister: we will open Baltic Pipe this autumn, on schedule, on budget

We have planned the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline to open in autumn this year, and we will open this pipeline in autumn as planned, as…

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…

DCT Gdansk selects contractors to begin works for the T3 expansion project

DCT Gdańsk, the operator of the largest container terminal complex on the Baltic Sea, has signed a contract for the construction of the third deep-water terminal…

PGNiG took in 60 per cent more LNG cargoes in H1 this year than in H1 2021

In the first half of 2022. PGNiG accepted 29 cargoes of liquefied natural gas, 26 of them in Swinoujscie, more than 60 per cent more…

PERN prepared to supply oil delivered to Poland by sea

If sanctions against Russia come into force and crude oil reception via the “Druzhba” pipeline is stopped, PERN and its infrastructure is prepared to meet…

Gaz-System: longest land section of Baltic Pipe in Poland ready to be filled with gas

Gaz-System has carried out technical acceptance of the Goleniow – Ciecierzyce gas pipeline, the key onshore section of Baltic Pipe, the company said on Wednesday….

Dworczyk: we are the main transport route for Ukrainian products

After the closure of the Black Sea ports, we are the main transport route for Ukrainian products, Michał Dworczyk, head of the Prime Minister’s Chancellery,…

Stena Spirit departure from the New Public Ferry Terminal in the Port of Gdynia to Sweden

The ferry Stena Spirit of the ferry operator Stena Line Polska on Friday departed as the first scheduled voyage (to Sweden) from the new Public…

‘Ukrainian Cargo’ in the Port of Gdansk

Seaports are the flywheel of the country’s economy. In the current geopolitical situation, the strategic role of ports becomes even more important. Ports are not…

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…

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