• 2016 January 18 17:50

    Throughput of Russian seaports up 5.7% to 676.7 mln t in 2015

    In January-December 2015, Russian seaports handled 676.7 mln t of cargo (+5.7%, year-on-year), says the press center of Association of Commercial Sea Ports.

    Transshipment of dry bulk cargo totaled  312.2 mln t (+5.3%) including 123.2 mln t of coal (+6.0%), 34.4 mln t of grain (+15.1%), 26.2 mln t of ferrous metal (+12.2%), 21.6 mln t of cargo carried by ferries (up 1.9 times), 16.0 mln t of mineral fertilizers (+8.8%), 6.7 mln t of ore (+10.8%), 5.3 mln t of forest cargo (+10.7%) and 3.5 mln t of non-ferrous metal (+10.7%). Transshipment of containerized cargo fell to 40.1 mln t (-14.4%), metal scrap - 4.2 mln t (-8.8%) and reefer cargo – 3.2 mln t (-11.4%). 

    Transshipment of liquid bulk cargo totaled 364.5 mln t (+6.0%) including 202.1 mln t of crude oil (+8.0%), 146.0 mln t of oil products (+3.7%) and 12.9 mln t of liquefied gas (+5.1%).

    Transshipment of export cargo totaled 539.1 mln t (+ 7.7%), import - 33.3 mln t (-23.3%), transit - 48.2 mln t (+1.2%), coastal trade cargo 56.1 mln t (+15.6%).

    Operators of the Arctic Basin terminals handled 35.4 mln t (+1.0%, year-on-year) including 24.9 mln t of dry cargo (-1.2%) and 10.5 mln t of liquid bulk cargo (+6.8%). The port of Murmansk handled 22.0 mln t (+1.1%), Varandei - 6.6 mln t (+12.0%), Dudinka - 1.2 mln t (+11.8%), Arkhangelsk - 3.8 mln t (-10.0%).  

    The ports of the Baltic Basin handled 230.7 mln t (+3.2%) including 87.8 mln t of dry cargo (-2.2%) and 142.9 mln t of liquid bulk cargo (+6.9%). The port of Ust-Luga handled 87.9 mln t (+16.1%), Primorsk - 59.6 mln t (+11.1%), Big Port St. Petersburg - 51.1 mln t (-15.8%), Kaliningrad - 12.7 mln t (-8.6%), Vysotsk - 17.5 mln t (+0.3%)

    Throughput of Azov - Black Sea ports climbed to  232.9 mln t (+10.2%) including 98.4 mln t of dry cargo (+21.4%) and 134.5 mln t of liquid bulk cargo (+3.2%). The port of Novorossiysk handled 127.1 mln t (+4.5%), Kavkaz - 30.5 mln t (+14.9%), Tuapse - 25.2 mln t (+13.9%), Taman - 12.3 mln t (+20.8%), Rostov - 11.6 mln t (+12.1%), Azov - 7.1 mln t (+5.2%), Taganrog - 2.9 mln t (+2.0%), Temryuk - 2.5 mln t (+23.0%), Yeisk - 3.9 mln t (-2.8%). Seaports of Crimea  handled 9.6 mln t including 7.8 mln t handled in Kerch. 

    The ports of the Caspian Basin handled  6.7 mln t (-15.8%) including 3.1 mln t of dry cargo (-13.0%) and 3.6 mln t of liquid bulk cargo (-18.0%). The port of Makhachkala handled 3.8 mln t (-22.6%), Astrakhan - 2.6 mln t (-3.0%). The of port Olya fell by 18.7%. 

    The ports of Far East Basin handled  171.0 mln t (+5.2%) including 98.0 mln t of dry cargo (+1.0%) and 73.0 mln t of liquid bulk cargo (+11.3%). Port Vostochny handled 65.2 mln t (+12.8%), Vanino - 26.8 mln t (+2.3%), Nakhodka - 21.3 mln t (+2.5%), De-Castri - 10.5 mln t (+27.6%), Sjakhtersk - 3.7 mln t (+31.6%), Vladivostok - 12.9 mln t (-15.9%), Posiet - 6.5 mln t (-2.8%), Prigorodnoye - 16.0 mln t (-0.4%).

    Association of Commercial Sea Ports (ASOP) set up in 1987 unites over 50 organizations and enterprises of Russia’s maritime transport. ASOP comprises commercial seaports, forwarding and agency companies, scientific research institutes and marine educational institutions. Operational results of Russian port sector are based on statistics reports and cover all stevedoring companies operating in the Russian Federation.

     


2019 June 24

13:02 ARIES gained ABS Certification: Middle East 1 st Remote Inspection Techniques specialist
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12:10 Keel laid for the first of Damen’s revolutionary new FCS 7011 Crew Change
11:56 Average wholesale prices for М-100 HFO down to RUB 15,377 in RF spot market
11:29 FESCO to launch new container train to China via Far East overland route
10:58 Southern Center of Shipbuilding and Ship Repair acquired property of Krasniye Barrikady plant
10:35 Satti floating drilling unit owned by Kazmortransflot delivered to Azerbaijan
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09:52 Brent Crude futures price is up 0.4% to $64.71, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.68% to $57.82
09:34 Container throughput of port Hong Kong (China) down 7.7% to 7.55 million TEUs in Jan-May’2019
09:17 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,239 points

2019 June 23

16:29 INPEX submits revised plan of development for Abadi LNG Project
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10:29 TMC sets up office to support Chinese yards

2019 June 22

15:24 AAPA selects Christopher Connor as its new CEO
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10:13 Port of Oakland steps up as ships carry bigger loads than ever
10:05 Coast Guard responds to barge aground in Naknek, Alaska

2019 June 21

18:07 Austal gets Navy's modification to littoral combat ship contract
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17:58 Frontline announces acquisition of VLCC resale and two LR2 newbuildings
17:56 BC Ferries adds extra sailings for the summer
17:55 Maritime Anti-Corruption Network to develop Global Port Integrity Index and Scale Up Collective Action in West Africa
17:37 Siemens Gamesa receives first offshore wind preferred supplier nomination in Japan: up to 455 MW for Obayashi Corporation
17:12 Krasnoye Sormovo launches final RSD59 ship in a series four units ordered by STLC
16:38 Ships of RF Navy’s Pacific Fleet involved in exercises in the Sea of Japan
16:26 Government of Canada enters into negotiations with Chantier Davie for construction of two ferries
16:14 Standic expands with state-of-the-art chemical storage terminal in Port of Antwerp
15:50 Klaipedos Nafta announced call for Chief Executive Officer
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14:03 Maersk to offer customers carbon-neutral transport
13:35 LUKOIL’s dividends payable for 2018 will be RUB 250 per ordinary share
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13:12 HELCOM’s Executive Secretary to step down in August 2019
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11:16 HELCOM Hot Spots: two Kaliningrad pollution sites get wiped off the list at key HELCOM meeting
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09:38 Regional workshop on enforcement of Ballast Water Management Convention held in Malé, Maldives
09:19 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,194 points
08:57 MABUX: Bunker market this morning, June 21

2019 June 20

18:36 Xeneta and Catapult announce agreement
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17:36 First European conversion of a dredger to dual-fuel LNG / MGO departs Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque
17:06 ECSA organises workshop on the shipping industry’s interests in the UN negotiations on international ocean governance
17:05 Containerships introduces its second LNG-powered ship CONTAINERSHIPS POLAR and optimizes its Baltic service
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