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21.06.2013 Additional EU Grant of PLN 50 Million for the Construction of the Regional LNG Terminal in Świnoujście

The regional LNG Terminal in Swinoujscie received additional EU support. The amount of the subsidy from the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment granted for the project was increased from PLN 551.8 million to PLN...[more]


29.05.2013 Work Progress at the LNG Terminal

The liquefied natural gas terminal in Świnoujście has recorded a 13.6 percent increase in progress of works over the past three months. This means that the construction is almost 60 percent complete. This upward trend also...[more]


17.05.2013 Ministers Visit the LNG Terminal Site

On 17 May 2013, Wlodzimierz Karpinski, Minister of the State Treasury and Slawomir Nowak, Minister of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy, paid a visit to the construction site of the LNG Terminal in Swinoujscie, the key...[more]


18.04.2013 Świnoujście LNG Terminal construction accelerates

The construction of the liquefied natural gas Terminal in Świnoujście accelerates month by month; in March this year a record-increase in project advancement by 6.2 percentage points was reported. This confirms high efficiency of...[more]


01.03.2013 Polskie LNG revealed the findings from Market Screening Procedure.The market demands higher regasification capacity, hence further expansion of the LNG Terminal is needed

The results of the Market Screening conducted in late 2012 and early 2013 by Polskie LNG S.A. indicate a significant demand for increased regasification capacity, as well as other services that may be provided by Świnoujście LNG...[more]


24.04.2013 Polskie LNG’s support for Świnoujście community One million worth of recreation area

An outdoor canopy stage with auditorium, a mock-up ship for children to play, rope-climbing devices – to name just a few attractions of the recreational area which will be soon established near the Municipal House of Culture in...[more]


14.02.2013 The European Commission Considers LNG the Most Environmentally-Friendly Fuel of the Future

According to the European Commission, the most promising alternative fuel for sea transportation is liquefied natural gas. This is one of the key conclusions from “Clean Power for Transport” Package presented on 24 January 2013...[more]


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