2019 December 2
Solid oxide fuel cell economy
Electric power supply based on polyethylene and solid oxide fuel cells can become the most promising and universally applicable way to reduce environmental and economic risks of maritime shipping.
2019 November 23
Kitack Lim: “We are very much concerned about the beginning of 2020 in part of marine fuel, but we continue to look up at the situation”
The Secretary-General of IMO Kitack Lim visited Moscow at the invitation of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation and took part in Transport of Russia Exhibition. In a short interview with PortNews IAA Mr. Kitack Lim spoke about main challenges the industry is facing.
2019 November 20
Irina Olkhovskaya: “It is significant to take due care of private investments”
In her interview with IAA PortNews, Irina Olkhovskaya, Director for Port and Railway Projects, UMMC OJSC, tells about application of public private partnership principle for implementation of the largest investment port project – Phase 3 of the dedicated coal transshipment facility.
2019 November 19
Move or stay
Speculation about possible shifting of Rostov-on-Don port’s First Cargo District have intensified again although the regional budget has no resources for that purpose. Meanwhile, the stevedore is investing in new protection technologies. The situation is not unique being typical for many ports in Russia and worldwide.
2019 November 15
Krylov State Research Center celebrates its 125th anniversary
In November 2019, not only do we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Russia’s leading scientific center of naval architecture, we actually mark the birthday of the country’s shipbuilding science.
2019 November 13
No faith in sulphur-free living?
In view of tougher restrictions on sulphur content in marine fuel to be effective from 2020, international companies and classification societies are searching new fuel alternatives while scientist are warning about implications of using low sulphur fuel for fuel systems.
2019 November 6
Sergey Senko: “We do not stay stagnant but improve permanently”
Attractiveness of ports depends to a great extent on customs. Interviewed by IAA PortNews at the International Customs Forum in Moscow, Chief of the Baltic Customs Sergey Senko, tells about inspection of vessels, customs value, e-declarations, CIC availability, round-the-clock operation and interaction with businesses.
2019 October 31
The fleet hits the gas
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) will become one of the most popular types of fuel in the nearest 15-20 years. However, a number of infrastructure, shipbuilding and regulatory issues are to be solved for its introduction. This and other issues have been discussed at the 3rd “LNG Fleet and LNG Bunkering in Russia” conference.
2019 October 28
Yury Mikhov: Hydrographic Company completed navigation and hydrographic support in NSR waters
In his interview with IAA PortNews, Yury Mikhov, General Director of FSUE Hydrographic Company which fell under authority of Rosatom prior to beginning of 2019 navigation season, tells about operation on the Northern Sea Route.
2019 October 25
Prospects of import substitution in the segment fishing ships
Full-scale import substitution in the segment of equipment for fishing ships hindered by domination of foreign designs and deficit of information.
2020 April 1
'Lay by's' wait for better times in the port of Amsterdam
The reason for keeping cruise ships out of the port is to minimize the risk of further contamination of the coronavirus...'Lay by's' wait for better times in the port of Amsterdam
2020 March 31
Xeneta container rates alert: long-term contracted rates hold despite Coronavirus chaos
Long-term ocean freight rates are currently standing firm in the midst of growing global Coronavirus concern, despite widespread ramifications for the container ship segment as a whole...Xeneta container rates alert: long-term contracted rates hold despite Coronavirus chaos
2020 March 26
Floating Platform Of Sea Launch Project Arrives In Russia's Far East - Roscosmos Chief
The floating launch platform, Odyssey of the Sea, has successfully arrived at Russia's Far Eastern port of Slavyanka...Floating Platform Of Sea Launch Project Arrives In Russia's Far East - Roscosmos Chief
Russian Authorities Ban Cruise Ship From Entering Vladivostok Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
The Administration of Seaports of Primorsky Territory and Eastern Arctic said on Thursday it had received an instruction from the Russian consumer rights watchdog Rospotrebnadzor not to let the Costa Neoromantica cruise ship enter the port of Vladivostok...Russian Authorities Ban Cruise Ship From Entering Vladivostok Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Alexandria Port receives new Russian vehicle for trial operation
Alexandria Port received a model of the new Russian vehicle as part of a contract signed between the Egyptian government and the Russian-Hungarian alliance led by the Russian Transmashholding Company...Alexandria Port receives new Russian vehicle for trial operation
Sakhalin Energy successfully offloads 1800th LNG cargo
Sakhalin Energy has announced that it has successfully offloaded the 1800th LNG cargo produced by the Sakhalin-2 LNG plant...Sakhalin Energy successfully offloads 1800th LNG cargo