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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…

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…

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…

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…

Deputy Prime Minister Kowalczyk: we are able to help Ukraine with grain exports

We are able to help Ukraine export grain, by facilitating transport routes, although of course we will not fully replace Black Sea ports,” Deputy Prime…

First delivery of liquefied natural gas for PGNiG to Klaipėda LNG terminal

The PGNiG Group has received its first cargo of liquefied natural gas to be delivered to the LNG terminal in Klaipėda, Lithuania. The delivery of…

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…

New gas connection with Lithuania will give Poland access to Klaipeda terminal

Thanks to the new gas connection with Lithuania, Poland gains access to the Klaipeda terminal, which strengthens the level of security of gas supplies to…

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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