• 2018 February 13


    Yamal LNG Appoints GAC Russia to Manage Icebreakers

    Yamal LNG, one of the world's largest and most complex LNG projects, has appointed GAC Russia to manage its fleet of ice-breaker tankers at Sabetta port for the next three years...

  • 2018 February 9


    BMT and Black & Veatch to deliver £1.8m marine vessel technology assessment system project for ETI

    BMT says that it will take the lead in a £1.8 million Vessel Technology Assessment System (VTAS) project. The work has been commissioned and funded by theHong Kong Harbour - 220 x 150 Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) and will be delivered in partnership with Black & Veatch. The primary objective is to assist financiers to understand and confidently quantify the benefits of investing in fuel efficient technologies for existing and future vessels, thus accelerating the deployment of viable fuel-efficient technologies.

  • 2018 February 5


    Cochin Shipyard signs MoU with United Shipbuilding Corporation

    Cochin Shipyard (CSL) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Joint Stock Company United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC), Russia to collaborate and engage in Design, Development and Execution of High-End, State-of-Art vessels for Inland and Coastal Waterways...

  • 2018 February 5


    Russia's fishy business

    But Russia is a net importer of salmon. Today it produces less than half the total demand for the fish and the companies that catch it in the wild typically export it for the higher prices it commands overseas...

  • 2018 February 5


    DP World expected to invest USD2b in Russian port

    A shared venture with the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) is what DP World is seeking, but no deal has yet been reached...

  • 2018 January 31


    The Complexities of Arctic Maritime Traffic

    In late August 2017, the Russian icebreaking LNG carrier Christophe de Margerie made headlines in maritime traffic news for a record-setting transit of the Northern Sea Route...

  • 2018 January 31


    Arctic Frontiers forum totes up Russia’s northern nuclear hazards

    Norway expects to see a spike in the number of ships passing through the Arctic carrying nuclear fuel and materials as Russia seeks to build new nuclear icebreakers to guide traffic along the Northern Sea Route...

  • 2018 January 31


    Despite sanctions, North Korea exported coal to South Korea and Japan via Russia

    North Korea shipped coal to Russia last year which was then delivered to South Korea and Japan in a likely violation of UN sanctions...

  • 2018 January 30


    First Ever Russian LNG Cargo Arrives In The U.S.

    The Gaselys tanker carrying the first LNG cargo produced by Russia’s first LNG facility in Yamal has arrived in Boston...

  • 2018 January 29


    How the Caspian Sea is Becoming a Rail Corridor

    China has been the primary impetus for building a new “Silk Road” of railways crisscrossing Eurasia to take Chinese goods to Europe while importing European luxury goods, cars and high tech back to China...

  • 2018 January 29


    Poland wants U.S. sanctions to cover Nord Stream 2

    Poland wants the United States to impose sanctions on the planned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline between Russia and Germany...

  • 2018 January 29


    SOCAR to export Russian oil products

    Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR will soon begin to export Russian oil products from the Black Sea port of Tuapse city...