2018 June 8
Russia’s Caspian Flotilla, Dominant at Sea, Gains New Shore-Landing Capability
Moscow has strengthened its flotilla there in order to ensure that it will remain the dominant power on that internal sea...
Russian ESPO crude premiums to Dubai slump to near 9 month low amid poor demand
The premium that Russia's ESPO blend crude fetches against Platts' Dubai crude assessments slumped to a near nine-month low on Thursday amid poor demand, particularly from China...
Turkmenistan, Russia aim at increasing sea transportation in Caspian Sea
The possibilities of cooperation of Turkmen and Russian transport companies in the region of the Caspian Sea were discussed in Moscow...
2020 September 16
Copartnership of Nordic Engineering JSC and Petrobalt Design Bureau has designed a port icebreaker of 6-8 MW in capacity (Project IBP07) ordered by FSUE Rosmorport. Two ship concepts have been developed: a conventional ship running on liquid fuel and an LNG-powered ship. The project foresees high local content of components and equipment.
New icebreaker designed in Russia. What is it like?