2014 November 14
Sanctions as a blessing in disguise
Russian shipbuilding can be encouraged by the sanctions as it is to develop in the hi-tech niche, say the experts of Krylov State Research Center engaged in development of a wide range of vessels and marine equipment including those to replace the foreign counterparts. Meanwhile, shipbuilding localization does not exceed 10-15% today.
2022 January 14
EU Shipping Plan Leaves Millions of Tons of CO2 Unregulated
With about 90% of world trade transported by sea, global shipping accounts for nearly 3% of the world's CO2 emissions...EU Shipping Plan Leaves Millions of Tons of CO2 Unregulated
Is Baltic Sea Special Area for Passenger Ships Really Special?
As the IMO does not have jurisdictions over the local rules, the IMO's Baltic Member States can, and should, reflect and integrate their local rules when creating the Special Area...Is Baltic Sea Special Area for Passenger Ships Really Special?
Carsoe solidifies Russian breakthrough with new giant order
DKK order for seven fully equipped onboard fish processing plants delivered to the shipping company Russian Fishery Company...Carsoe solidifies Russian breakthrough with new giant order
Russia's Transneft to ship abroad 3.9 million bpd of oil in 2022
Russia's Transneft plans to export 194.5 million tonnes of oil this year, up from 190.1 million in 2021...Russia's Transneft to ship abroad 3.9 million bpd of oil in 2022
2022 January 13
"Sibir" sails maiden voyage around Scandinavia
The giant nuclear-powered icebreaker now heads towards Murmansk to pick up supplies before starting to work along the Northern Sea Route..."Sibir" sails maiden voyage around Scandinavia
Russian cargo ship of 12,200 tons of ammonium nitrate arrives in Bizerte
A Russian cargo ship loaded with 12,200 tons of ammonium nitrate arrived Wednesday in Bizerte...Russian cargo ship of 12,200 tons of ammonium nitrate arrives in Bizerte