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The dual-fuel (MGO/LNG) 15 thou. dwt Danish-flagged vessel Ternsund was handed over to its Swedish owner by the Chinese Avic Dingheng Shipbuilding yard on June 27th.
On June 24th, Bilfinger Mars Offshore started to load the first transition pieces (TP) for DONG's 565 MW Race Bank offshore wind farm, to be erected east of England.
The carrier Arctic Princess will bring 141.0 thou. m3 of Liquefied Natural Gas to the Polish Oil and Gas Company's LNG Terminal in the Port of ÅšwinoujÅ›cie.
Preem has signed an agreement with the New York-headquartered Beowulf Energy concerning a potential low sulphur upgrade of Preem's Lysekil port-located refinery.
The 400 m long and 6.5 m deep facility has been named NabrzeÅ¼e Mazowieckie-pirs and is located on the Ostrów Brdowski island in the Port of Szczecin.
The Italian shipyard has bought six Climeon heat-to-electricity Ocean 450M systems.
The ceremony of christening the approx. EUR 140 mln worth ship investment took place on May 3rd in the Port of Rostock, from where Berlin will soon regularly sail to the Danish Gedser port.
The Port of Turku and Neste Jacobs have signed a contract under which the latter will investigate the possibilities of using Liquefied Natural Gas in the Finnish seaport.
Finland's brand-new dual-fuel icebreaker Polaris has left the Arctech Helsinki Shipyard and is currently undergoing sea trials before entering everyday service.