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UPM is going to build a new biorafinery in Lappeenranta (Finland).
Transneft, the Russian oil pipeline monopoly, plans to launch the 1,170 km long Baltic Pipeline System 2 (BTS-2) at the end of February or in early March.
Det Norske Veritas has given its Approval in Principle to Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KWI), which has ended the development of a 9,000 TEU container ship fuelled by LNG.
Jolly Diamante, belonging to Ignazio Messina, is the first commercially operated ro-ro vessel with scrubber system that copes with the impending in 2015 0.1% sulphur Emission Control Areas (ECAs).
E.ON Nordic is planning to set up a 700 MW offshore wind farm in Södra Midsjöbanken (Sweden). The wind farm will consist of 180-230 turbines and the whole investment will cost approx. EUR 2.2 bln.
Sibur, the Russian petrochemicals company, is expecting to launch its LPG export terminal situated in Port of Ust-Luga in the third quarter of 2013.
E.ON is going to invest EUR 2 bln in wind farms in the Baltic and North Seas.
The world's first new LNG-fuelled tanker for local waterways has been delivered in Rotterdam to Lloyd's Register class.
Antwerp Port Authority and Left Bank Corporation (LBC) have teamed up with Antwerp Green Port consortium (Electrawinds, Polder Investment Fund, Aspiravi and Vleemo) to develop the largest onshore wind farm in Belgium on the left bank of the Scheldt river.