Dickson obtains status of international port
Dickson has been given the status of an international port by RF Government Decree. The area planning scheme has been expanded with the construction of a sea terminal for oil shipments. The documents are available at the official website of the Government.
The Strategy for the Development of the Arctic Zone of the Russian Federation and Ensuring National Security till 2020 (approved by RF President on 20 February 2013) and the Strategy for Social and Economic Development of Siberia till 2020 (approved by RF Government Decree dated 5 July 2010, No 1120-р) foresee the development of the Arctic Transport Corridor basing on recovery and modernization of the Northern Sea Route including modernization of the Arctic ports and creation of new port and production facilities in the Arctic zone of Russia.
Dickson seaport is located in the south-eastern part of the Kara Sea, settlement of Dickson of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. The navigation at the port lasts from June till October.
By Decree No 1281-р Dickson port has been included into the list of ports open for foreign ships. Through implementation of investment projects a coal terminal is to be built for exports of coal from the Lemberov field. Besides, there will be built an oil terminal for shipments of oil from Payakhskoye and North-Payakhskoye fields. There is also a plan to build a terminal for transshipment of coal from Syradasayskoye field onto the seagoing ships.
The decisions are focused on expansion of cargo traffic on the Northern Sea Route, granting international status to Dickson port and construction of new transshipment facilities.
“Cargo traffic on the Northern Sea Route will be increased with implementation of those investment projects”, says the statement.
Decree dated 14 June 2019, No 1281-р (in Russian) >>>>
Decree dated 14 June 2019, No 1283-р (in Russian) >>>>