2018 March 6
Steering the course
Russian President Vladimir Putin has outlined the priorities of transport infrastructure development: increasing the capacity of railway links to the ports of Russia’s South and Far East, boosting cargo traffic along the Northern Sea Route, introducing innovations in shipping and shipbuilding, ecology. However, the President did not touch the issues of inland water transport or the development of land approaches to the Arctic ports.
2019 March 19
Ship owners worry about clean fuel bill as ports ban 'scrubbers'
More ports around the world are banning ships from using a fuel cleaning system that pumps waste water into the sea, one of the cheapest options for meeting new environmental shipping rules...Ship owners worry about clean fuel bill as ports ban 'scrubbers'
Three Russian Shipyards Sanctioned Over Kerch Strait Incident
Canada, the United States and the EU have imposed new sanctions on Russian entities in response to the Kerch Strait incident, including three shipyards...Three Russian Shipyards Sanctioned Over Kerch Strait Incident
2019 March 18
Russian Cabinet Allows 28 Foreign Ships To Transport LNG Via Northern Sea Route Until 2044
The Russian cabinet has authorized 28 foreign-flagged vessels to transport liquefied natural gas (LNG) via the Northern Sea Route, which runs along the Russian Arctic coast, until December 30, 2043...Russian Cabinet Allows 28 Foreign Ships To Transport LNG Via Northern Sea Route Until 2044
2019 March 15
Port of Rotterdam: The investment machine for North Europe
Europe’s largest liquid bulk port invested more than €300 million in infrastructure improvements in 2018 to enhance its attractiveness for global trade & business...Port of Rotterdam: The investment machine for North Europe
2019 March 14
Russian ministry prepares multi-billion USD plan to develop Arctic resources
The Russian Natural Resources Ministry said Wednesday it had compiled and sent to the government for consideration a comprehensive plan to develop the country's Arctic resources to 2030 and beyond...Russian ministry prepares multi-billion USD plan to develop Arctic resources
Mariupol port loses 33% of fleet due to construction of Kerch Bridge – Ministry of occupied areas
The Mariupol port has lost 33% of its fleet and up to 140,000 tonnes of exported metal products a month due to construction of a bridge across the Kerch Strait...Mariupol port loses 33% of fleet due to construction of Kerch Bridge – Ministry of occupied areas