• 2019 May 21 12:25

    Throughput of Port St. Petersburg in Jan-Apr'2019 grew by 2% Y-o-Y to 19.67 million tonnes

    In January-April 2019, the Port of St. Petersburg handled 19.67 million tonnes of cargo (+2%, year-on-year). According to the port authority, transshipment of oil products increased by 5% to 2.93 million tonnes, dry bulk cargo – declined by 1% to 2.71 million tonnes, general cargo – down 11% to 4.13 million tonnes, transshipment of Ro-Ro cargo – down 5% to 419,000 tonnes. In the reporting period, transshipment of dry loose cargo surged by 59% to 156,100 tonnes including 127,600 tonnes of timber (+39%).

    The port’s container throughput increased by 9% to 766,627 TEUs.

    In 2018, the port handled 59.32 mln t of cargo, its container throughput was 2.7 mln TEUs.

    Port

    Type of cargo

    Throughput thou t, 2017

    Throughput thou t, 2018

    Throughput thou t, 2019

    2019 vs 2018

    Port of Saint-Petersburg

    16,711.6

    19,311.7

    19,676.2

    102%

     

    DRY BULK CARGO including:

    2,641.6

    2,754.3

    2,713.4

    99%

     

    Ore

    212.5

    206.8

    213.5

    103%

     

    Coal, coke

    8.3

    67.2

    120.0

    178%

     

    Mineral fertilizers

    2,420.8

    2,480.2

    2,371.1

    96%

     

    Other

    0.0

    0.0

    8.9

    growth

     

    DRY LOOSE CARGO including:

    124.2

    98.3

    156.1

    159%

     

    Grain

    114.8

    84.5

    137.7

    163%

     

    Other

    9.4

    13.8

    18.4

    134%

     

    TIMBER

    66.8

    91.9

    127.6

    139%

     

    GENERAL CARGO including:

    3,948.5

    4,633.8

    4,139.8

    89%

     

    Ferrous metal

    2,045.1

    2,312.1

    1,788.8

    77%

     

    Non-ferrous metal

    500.2

    459.8

    498.4

    108%

     

    Metal scrap

    282.3

    547.6

    428.0

    78%

     

    Packaged

    210.2

    360.3

    535.9

    149%

     

    Reefer

    502.0

    439.2

    397.8

    91%

     

    including fish

    97.1

    122.6

    91.5

    75%

     

    Other

    408.6

    514.8

    490.9

    95%

     

    CONTAINERS

    7,416.9

    8,495.5

    9,151.6

    108%

     

    Total teus

    628,821

    701,819

    766,627

    109%

     

    including refrigerated containers:

    85,163

    106,368

    97,399

    92%

     

    CARGO CARRIED by FERRIES

    74.6

    0.8

    28.8

    growth

     

    RO-RO

    297.9

    442.8

    419.0

    95%

     

    LIQUID BULK CARGO including:

    2,141.0

    2,794.3

    2,939.9

    105%

     

    Oil products

    2,141.0

    2,794.3

    2,939.9





2019 June 25

18:06 VARD orders seawater cooling for newbuild cable layer
17:34 ABP Humber Estuary Services (HES) purchased new £600,000 survey vessel
17:06 Q-Flex vessel sets delivery benchmark in Turkey
16:28 Awilco LNG posts vessel and contract update
16:22 Zhatai Shipyard to be provided with RUB 4.1 billion of budget investments in 2019–2021
15:59 Maersk introduces Maersk Spot, a new fully online product that simplifies the buying process for customers
15:15 NCSP Group announced decisions made at annual general shareholders' meeting
14:51 IMO: committed to implementation
14:20 ABP King’s Lynn investment attracts new construction industry customer
13:37 MAN B&W dual-fuel engines pass half-million hour milestone
12:59 ECSA celebrates the Day of the Seafarer
12:47 Bunker market sees mixed price movements at the Far East ports of Russia (graph)
11:58 Fuel technologies in the spotlight at ABS Hellenic Technical Committee
11:39 Dickson obtains status of international port
10:58 MEYER WERFT hands over Spirit of Discovery to the British cruise line Saga Cruises
10:42 Concordia Damen ships 18 hulls from Shanghai to Rotterdam
10:24 Gender equality is the theme of Day of the Seafarer 2019
10:03 Brent Crude futures price is down 0.81% to $63.66, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.88% to $57.39
09:46 MABUX: Bunker market this morning, June 25
09:16 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,258 points

2019 June 24

18:05 Training Montenegro to combat oil spills
17:50 Four cruise ships visit the Port of Riga at the same time
17:27 Finnish Government proposes supplementary appropriation of EUR 40 million for basic infrastructure management
17:05 Austal delivers third guardian class patrol boat to the Australian Department of Defence
16:47 Incat Crowther announces contract to design a 65m catamaran passenger ferry
16:46 Construction and operation of dual-fuel ships has low economic efficiency – USC President
16:45 Maersk Drilling completes sale of jack-up Mærsk Giant
16:24 USC set to build floating electricity-generating facilities running on LNG supplied by bunkering ships
16:03 Van Oord and Mammoet enter into cooperation with scale-up Verton
15:45 United Shipbuilding Corporation to launch the first LNG-powered ferry for Ust-Luga – Baltijsk line in late July
15:30 United Shipbuilding Corporation establishes USC-Propulsion and USC-Interior subdivisions
15:03 MOL signs deal on a long-term charter contract to utilize "MOL FSRU Challenger" for Hong Kong Offshore LNG Terminal Project
14:42 New USC Vice-President, Civil Shipbuilding, to get into office on 10 July 2019
14:21 USC expects its Astrakhan cluster to build 12 river-sea class ships per year
14:03 Yang Ming announces new China-Thailand direct service
13:37 Port of Rotterdam Authority to collaborate with four new companies
13:25 Igor Vasilyev appointed as Acting General Director of FTI Rostransmodernizatsiya
13:02 ARIES gained ABS Certification: Middle East 1 st Remote Inspection Techniques specialist
12:20 BC Ferries releases year-end results
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
10:13 Throughput of Chinese ports grew by 4.1% to 5.5 billion tonnes in Jan-May’2019
09:53 MABUX: Bunker Market this morning June, 24
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
15:13 Oceanwide Expeditions: Hondius sister ship m/v Janssonius ordered for 2021
14:19 CMA CGM announces FAK rates on Asia - Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka service
13:46 Coast Guard rescues five from capsized boat in Chesapeake Bay
12:43 Danske Commodities signs 20-year PPA with Hywind Scotland wind farm
10:29 TMC sets up office to support Chinese yards

2019 June 22

15:24 AAPA selects Christopher Connor as its new CEO
12:37 TMC contracted by VARD to supply marine compressors for Viking Cruises' vessels
11:23 ABS to class first ‘tri-fueled’ vessel for Harvey Gulf
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