• 2016 June 24

    Mikhail Zagorodnikov, Executive Director of Krylov State Research Center

    On development of the Arctic, the Northern Sea Route and the role of Krylov Center

    - The development of the Northern Sea Route will be primarily driven by the exports of domestic goods to the markets of Europe and Asia. Transit flow will continue growing in the coming 5-7 years. According to preliminary estimates, total turnover of the Northern Sea Route can increase to 20 mln t per year ...

    Despite the significant progress in the Arctic development, there is lack of icebreakers and specialized carriers, insufficient equipment of meteorological service with planes and drones for accurate forecasting of ice conditions. However, all the problems are feasible and technically/economically definite. The positive dynamics in the development of Russia’s Arctic belt is obvious.

    The Arctic Engineering Center established within the Krylov Center acts as a system integrator providing comprehensive solutions for the Arctic. It deals with such projects as Yamal LNG, Novy Port, designing of new ice class ships, production platforms, development of technologies for assembling of subsea production complexes. KSRC’s Arctic Engineering Center is a comprehensive performer of engineering works, from feasibility studies for unique projects to execution of EPC contracts.

    Provided to IAA PortNews by Krylov State Research Center

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