What goes on in Poland on the 17th of June.
PERN will provide fuel to the Central Communication Port
PERN will create the infrastructure and provide crude oil and aviation fuels for the Port of Solidarity. It is a key partner for the construction of the Central Communication Port (CPK).
The Central Communication Port is expanding the base of its partners. This time, PERN, an oil logistics company, joined the CPK. The companies are to cooperate on the construction of aviation fuel infrastructure for the Port of Solidarity. At this stage, it is planned to supply fuels via rail, while in the future there is talk of the construction of a pipeline. – One of the scenarios we take into account is the possibility of supplying STH with a long-distance pipeline in the future, and for this purpose we will consider a feasibility study for such infrastructure and consider an alternative delivery route when designing the fuel base – emphasized Rafał Miland, vice president of PERN.
The second offshore installation port in Świnoujście, may actually be the first
Government representatives are no longer talking only about the installation port in Gdańsk, which may not be built on time, but also about other locations, among which Świnoujście may be the first.
– We want to use the domestic potential as much as possible, we want the installation ports to be on the Polish coast – in Łeba, Tricity or Świnoujście, and not on Bornholm, and the pick-up point was Choczewo – said Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Grzegorz Witkowski at the Forum wGospodarce.pl conference.
According to BiznesAlert.pl, the location in Świnoujście would have a chance to start work before 2025, when PKN Orlen, Polska Grupa Energetyczna and Polenergia want to have the first offshore wind farms. The share of Polish ports in the offshore installation is important for the degree of Polonization in this industry and the involvement of Polish companies.