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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 23.03.2019, 03:08

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Estonian shipper Tallink's Isabelle ferry to be renovated in Finland

Estonian shipper Tallink's Isabelle ferry to be renovated in Finland

22.03.2019

Estonian shipper Tallink’s Isabelle cruise ship that has been running between Riga and Stockholm will be renovated in Finland's Naantali shipyard, Tallink Latvija sales and marketing director Baiba Muceniece said.

Keyword tags: Estonia, Good for Business, Port, Tourism, Transport



New LNG shipment due to arrive in Lithuania's Klaipeda – LET

New LNG shipment due to arrive in Lithuania's Klaipeda – LET

22.03.2019

A LNG bunker vessel is brining a new LNG shipment to the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda, meant for power and gas provider Lietuvos Energijos Tiekimas (Lithuanian Energy Supply, LET), informed LETA/BNS.

Estonia: Dutch shipbuilder starts building LNG vessel for Eesti Gaas

Estonia: Dutch shipbuilder starts building LNG vessel for Eesti Gaas

21.03.2019

The Dutch shipbuilding company Damen has performed in the Yichang shipyard in China the inaugural cutting of metal for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering ship to be built for the Estonian company Eesti Gaas, reporting LETA/BNS.


Lithuania's Achema to buy at least 2 LNG cargoes this spring

Lithuania's Achema to buy at least 2 LNG cargoes this spring

18.03.2019

Lithuania's fertilizer manufacturer Achema is set to purchase at least two liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes this year, according to publicly available information from Klaipedos Nafta, the Klaipeda LNG terminal's operator, informed LETA/BNS.

Latvian ports handle 11.7% more cargo in two months

Latvian ports handle 11.7% more cargo in two months

14.03.2019

Latvian ports handled 11.437 mln tons of cargo in January-February, which is an 11.7% increase on the same period last year, according to the Transport Ministry's data.


12.03.2019

Cargo turnover at Ventspils Port up 40.7% in January-February

Cargo turnover in the northwestern Latvian port of Ventspils rose 40.7 percent in January-February from the same period a year ago to 4.348 mln tons, according to information released by the port.

07.03.2019

Baltic Sea Region cruise ports commit to reducing negative ecological impacts

On Thursday, the representatives of ports and cruise companies of the Baltic Sea and North Sea meeting in Tallinn handed over to the public and all stakeholders the Green Cruise Port Action Plan 2030, that sets out an overall vision to decouple growth from negative sustainability of the cruise industry.

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