Russia’s General Board of State Expert Review approved the project on dredging at port Taman (photo)
GlavGosEkspertiza (Russia’s General Board of State Expert Review) says it approved the project on dredging at the port of Taman. The project provides for seven phases of the dredging works.
The project implementation will let create an operation water area for four berths, a maneuvering area and an access canal as well as to make the dry bulk terminal of the port fully operational with annual turnover of 35 mln t.
Having studied the materials, the experts acknowledged the compliance of the project documentation and the findings of the engineering survey with technical regulations and other requirements.
The scope of dredging works is o total 30,553,811 cbm with the water to occupy 402 hectares including a 10,73-metre long access canal.
The project on construction of a dry bulk terminal at port Taman obtained state expert approval in 2014. The construction of a new port on the Taman peninsula started under the concept for the development of Krasnodar Territory ports and in the framework of the Federal Targeted Programme “Development of Russia’s Transport System in 2002-2010.
The project on creation of a dry cargo area at the seaport of Taman provides for construction of sea terminals for transshipment of coal, sulphur, metal, mineral and fertilizers as well as terminals for transshipment of oil-bearing and bean crops. The project has already obtained the state expert approval and the state environmental approval. The port’s design capacity is 91.4 mln t including 46.7 mln t of the first phase which is to be completed by 2020.
The project is to be implemented through private-public partnership including signing of a concession agreement.
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