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The Swedish port will soon cut a deal with the Dutch Wasco Coatings Europe for storing pipes to be used for the set-up of the second underwater pipeline of Nord Stream.
Viking Line and Norsepower have signed an agreement foreseeing the installation of the latter's Rotor Rail Solution on the former's dual-fuel (LNG) cruise ferry Viking Grace.
This Letter of Intent covers the construction of the hybrid ro-pax, initially named Color Hybrid.
On January 29th, Tallink's brand-new dual-fuel (LNG) ferry Megastar departed for her first commercial sailing, leaving Tallinn for Helsinki at 13:30 local time.
The Gdynia-based shipyard will build a brand-new ferry for the Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration (Vegagerðin).
Tallink's brand-new ferry was for the first time filled with Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) on January 4th, while berthed at Skangas' LNG terminal in the Port of Pori.
One million barrels of crude oil has been acquired by the Polish state-owned oil refiner and petrol retailer PKN Orlen from the National Iranian Oil Company.
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Transport for London (TfL) has commissioned the Polish Remontowa Shipbuilding for the delivery of two new ferries for domestic river traffic across the River Thames.