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Korean business also fuels Polish economy

Poland is increasingly seen as a good place to locate a business, as an attractive and reliable business partner. Also by Korean companies. A great…

Gaz-System and Energinet sign agreement to ensure continuous gas supply via Baltic Pipe

Ensuring secure and continuous gas supplies through the Baltic Pipe pipeline and developing new areas related to low- and zero-carbon energy sources, including biomethane and…

Ministry of Infrastructure: the challenge of building north-south corridors

One of the challenges for Europe is the construction and development of north-south transport corridors, including the route connecting the Three Seas Initiative (TSI, 3SI)…

Ukrainian grain will not flow to Poland

Ukrainian grain will not flow to Poland, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Robert Telus said after a conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart. He added,…

Steel cutting for second Polish ferry has started in Gdansk

Steel-cutting for the construction of the second Ro-Pax ferry vessel contracted by the Polish Ferries company has begun in Remontowa Shiprepair Yard, the infrastructure ministry…

Offshore Centre in Gdansk to be completed soon

Construction of the Offshore Centre, an investment by the Maritime University of Gdynia being developed in close proximity to the Wisloujscie Fortress in Gdansk, is…

KGHM and Azoty Group hold talks on expansion of Police Seaport

KGHM Polska Miedź’s involvement in the expansion of the Police Seaport, owned by the Azoty Group, has been the subject of talks between representatives of…

Morawiecki: Saudi Arabia becomes our important partner in terms of oil supply diversification

Poland is diversifying its oil supply from around the world and that’s why Saudi Arabia is becoming an increasingly important partner, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki…

Piotr Müller on embargo on Russian oil products: we are well prepared for it

For many years we have been reducing the share of Russian oil in the total share of oil imported from other countries. Now the embargo…

PKN Orlen CEO: we have broken dependence on Russian crude

PKN Orlen is prepared to give up Russian oil altogether if further sanctions on its imports are imposed, the company assures. We have broken our…

On Polish-Filipino cooperation in education and maritime affairs

Polish-Filipino cooperation in maritime economy and education were the main topics of talks between Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Marek Gróbarczyk and Ambassador Leah M. Basinang…

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…

Polish ports prepare for decarbonization of maritime transport

The decarbonization of maritime transport is gaining momentum. In October, the European Parliament completed work on two more legislative proposals that are part 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….

PGNiG Orlen Group: more LNG deliveries to Swinoujscie terminal this year

The Swinoujscie terminal has received its 50th LNG delivery this year. This is 20 more cargoes than in the same period in 2021. The intensification…

‘Strażak-28’ at the Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority SA

On Friday, 18 November, a delivery and acceptance protocol was signed in Szczecin for the ‘Strażak-28’, a new fire vessel built at the Remontowa Shipbuilding…

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