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Poland’s biggest oil and gas company, PKN Orlen, will sign a contract with a technical consultancy company for its offshore wind project in the Polish sector of the Baltic Sea by the end of July, according to Rzeczpospolita.
Citing an unidentified source Rp.pl reported that Polish integrated electric company PGE SA and oil refiner PKN Orlen (PKN) are the winners of permits for construction of wind farms on the Baltic Sea, adding that the formal decision will be made public in a matter of days. Apparently the remaining 59 applications for the project […]
PKN Orlen, a major European oil refiner and petrol retailer, is planning to enter wind energy market. The company asked the Ministry of Economy to develop two sites in the Baltic Sea. The first site is planned to be commissioned around 2020, and will have a capacity of 150MW, reports Puls Biznesu. The potential capacity […]
Poland’s biggest oil and gas company, PKN ORLEN (Polski Koncern Noftowy), has announced a tender for the development of a preliminary technical concept to determine the options for preparing and implementing a project involving the construction of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea.
Baltic Power, part of Orlen Group, is about to commence surveys to assess the environmental impacts and wind conditions within its offshore wind farm licence area in the Polish Baltic Sea. To that end, an agreement was signed with a consortium comprising MEWO S.A. and the Maritime Institute of Gdańsk, with a view to obtaining […]
Polish state-owned power producer Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE) has withdrawn from bringing the country’s first nuclear power plant to realisation and decided to focus on building offshore wind farms instead, according to Reuters, which cites two sources confirming this.