Polish Briefing 15 November, 2017 9:00 am   
COMMENTS: Mateusz Gibała

Polish Briefing: Australians will help build the offshore section of Baltic Pipe

What goes on in Poland on the 15th of November.

Talks about polonization of nuclear energy in the Ministry of Energy

Even though a decision in case of Polish Nuclear Energy Program has not been made yet, Ministry of Energy continues the talks with potential partners. After the Japanese who could provide the technology, it is time for the British who could support Polish subcontractors.

Companies and institutions from Great Britain with experience in building nuclear power plants visited Warsaw. Talks behind closed doors took place on Tuesday. Nuclear Industry Association, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, Urenco, National Nuclear Laboratory, Gleeds Polska, Doosan Babcock, Rolls-Royce, Wood and GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy were among participants.

Polish companies that took part in a meeting were Energop Sochaczew, Polimex-Mostostal, TELE-FONIKA KABLE S.A., MS Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A., Elektrobudowa S.A, ZRE Katowice, Energomontaż Północ Gdynia, ZPUE, APS Energia, Energoprojekt Katowice, Mostostal Kraków, ICHTJ, Fabryka Armatur Głuchołazy, Energopomiar Gliwice, Famet SA, KMW Engineering, GoTech, Erbud Industry, Prochem, Ecol, Technokabel, Rockfin, Elektromontaż Gdańsk and IBEMAG.

Australians will help build the offshore section of Baltic Pipe

World engineering services provider in underwater construction, Australian company Subsea Engineering Associates Ltd (SEA) will support Gaz-System in building the offshore section of Baltic Pipe – informed Gaz-System.

Polish gas network operator Gaz-System will use the engineering support and experience of SEA with headquarters in Perth and its representation in Poland. SEA is a consulting firm in gas and oil exploration sector, independent from suppliers and contractors, it is specialized in offshore pipelines and cables projects.

Baltic Pipe is the third project of an offshore pipeline in Baltic Sea served by SEA – after the project Baltic Gas in Poland and pipeline connection BalticConnector between Finland and Estonia. In case of Baltic Pipe, a basic task for SEA will be supporting realization of the project, so it is finished on time and ready for operation in 2022.