2018 November 14
New LNG carrier finds way through Russian Arctic route to Chinese port
The ship around 20th October loaded liquified natural gas at the Sabetta terminal and subsequently headed eastwards across the NSR. Twenty days later, it arrived in the Fujian LNG Terminal in China...
Ukraine increases imports of Russian coal through the ports of Rostov
...Russia not only remained the main supplier of coal in Ukraine, but also is gradually increasing its share in consumption by Ukraine...
Ship that sank in Russia’s Far East had unauthorized passengers on board — prosecutor
The Anatoly Krasheninnikov bulk carrier that sank in the Far Eastern Sea of Okhotsk on November 9, had unauthorized passengers on board...
2020 October 27
Arctic shipping seems to become unique: nuclear-powered container carriers planned for the Northern Sea Route are to be equipped with reactor units like those of the most advanced icebreakers and to feature passenger accommodation possibility while the entire shipping system in the region is to be digitalized through creation of its ‘digital twin’.
The NSR future: nuclear-powered container carriers and their digital twins