2018 September 13
Caspian Convention Signing and the Implications for the Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline
Among other important points, Article 14 of the Convention recognizes the parties’ right to lay underwater pipelines or cables in the Caspian...
Novatek CEO Mikhelson: «We will use Norwegian territory»
For a few years to come, gas from Russia’s Yamal Peninsula could be reloaded from ice-classed tankers to standard LNG-carriers outside Kirkenes or Honningsvåg...
Shipping is increasingly caught in the trade war line of crossfire
For the first time in this trade war, the latest round has seen China unable to respond equally to the USD 200 billion measures announced by the US...
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?