2022 January 12
Urals oil exports from Russia's Baltic ports revised upward, traders say
Russia's Urals oil export loading plan from Baltic ports in January has been revised upwards by 0.1 million tonnes to 6.2 million tonnes...
DeloPorts switches to renewable energy
KSK and NUTEP became the first large port infrastructure facilities in Russia that moved completely to renewable energy...
Collaboration is crucial for decarbonisation, MSC CEO tells DNV Conference at Nor-Shipping
In his speech, Soren explained MSC’s views on the status of decarbonisation in the container shipping sector...
Economic recovery stutters towards 2024
“Pervasive pessimism” could hold back any meaningful economic recovery through to 2024...
2022 January 20
USC's Severnaya Verf cancelled its agreement with yet another company contracted for modernization of the shipyard planned for implementation back in 2015 and valued at RUB 7.8 billion. Both contractors failed to meet the deadlines and now the shipbuilding company expects its facility to be put into operation in 2022 and take over part of the production load from the existing facilities.
Third attempt of Severnaya Verf to get new shipbuilding facility