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  • 2021 March 12 11:13

    Throughput of Russian seaports in 2M’2021 fell by 3.2% (detalization)

    In January-February 2021, seaports of Russia handled 128.3 million tonnes of cargo, down 3.2%, year-on-year, says press center of the Association of Commercial Sea Ports.

    Handling of dry cargo totaled 61.0 million tonnes (+10.9%) including 28.4 million tonnes of coal (+14.2%), 9.2 million tonnes of containerized cargo (+1.3%), 8.1 million tonnes of grain (+48.6%), 2.7 million tonnes of mineral fertilizers (+6.7%), 1.7 million tonnes of ore (+5.1%) and 4.7 million tonnes of ferrous metal (+2.6%).

    Hanlding of liquid bulk cargo totaled 67.3 million tonnes (-13.3%) including 36.7 million tonnes of crude oil (-17.6%), 23.9 million tonnes of oil products (-9.1%), 5.8 million tonnes of liquefied gas (-0.4%) and 0.7 million tonnes of liquid food (-1.2%).

    Exports totaled 102.6 million tonnes (-1.7%), imports - 5.6 million tonnes (+1.1%), transit - 10.1 million tonnes (-8.3%), short-sea traffic - 10.0 million tonnes (-14.6%).

    Operators of seaports in the Arctic Basin handled 14.9 million tonnes (-9.1%) including 4.0 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (-8.0%) and 10.9 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (-9.5%). The port of Murmansk handled 9.1 million tonnes (-6.7%), Sabetta – 4.5 million tonnes (-6.1%), Arkhangelsk - 0.4 million tonnes (-14.1%).
    Operators of seaports in the Baltic Basin handled 39.0 million tonnes (-9.4%) including 17.7 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (+7.4%) and 21.3 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (-19.8%). The ports of Ust-Luga handled 16.9 million tonnes (-5.2%), Big Port St. Petersburg - 9.2 million tonnes (-0.7%), Primorsk - 8.4 million tonnes (-24.8%), Vysotsk - 2.8 million tonnes (-6.0%).
    Operators of seaports in the Azov-Black Sea Basin handled 39.2 million tonnes (-0.7%) including 17.3 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (+20.3%) and 21.9 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (-12.7%). The ports of Novorossiysk handled 22.8 million tonnes (-8.5%), Tuapse – 4.2 million tonnes (+7.2%), Rostov-on-Don - 2.5 million tonnes (-3.0%), Taman - 4.1 million tonnes (+26.5%), Kavkaz - 2.3 million tonnes (+29.7%).
    Operators of seaports in the Caspian Basin handled 1.2 million tonnes (-14.4%) including 0.4 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (-28.7%) and 0.8 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (-3.6%). The port of Makhachkala handled 0.7 million tonnes (-24.9%), Astrakhan - 0.4 million tonnes (+10.2%).
    Operators of seaports in the Far East Basin handled 34.0 million tonnes (+5.3%) including 21.5 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (+12.4%) and 12.5 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (-5.0%). Vostochny port handled 11.8 million tonnes (-4.2%), Vanino – 5.9 million tonnes (+37.5%), Nakhodka - 4.4 million tonnes (+3.5%), Vladivostok – 4.3 million tonnes (+26.8%), Prigorodnoye - 3.1 million tonnes (-0.1%), De-Kastri – 2.0 million tonnes (-8.9%).

    In January-February 2021, seaports of Russia handled 588 passenger ships (-6.4%), sea terminals serviced 24,700 people (2.2%, year-on-year). The number of departing passengers totaled 12,600 (+3.3%), arriving – 12,000 (-5.7%).  No transit passengers were serviced in the reported period.

    Most of passengers were serviced at dedicated passenger terminals of Yalta – 13,300 people (down 15.9%), Sochi – 7,300 (+36.3%) and Kholmsk – 2,200 (-6.4%).

2021 December 3

10:53 Foreign contractors can be involved to build LNG-powered icebreakers for Arctic
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10:29 The Korean Register publishes guidance for containers loading on bulk carriers
10:20 MSU-1 to perform reconstruction of Gorodetsky hydrosystem locks
09:57 Annual repair dredging in Gulf of Ob from 2023 estimated at 5 million cbm
09:35 Crude oil prices rise on OPEC+ decision to keep oil output increase in January
09:18 Baltic Dry Index as of December 2

2021 December 2

18:36 NRP buys handysize drybulk carrier
18:06 2M Alliance’s Far East liner service „AE 7/Condor“ calls at Hamburg again
17:54 Icebreaker assistance season starts in Big Port St. Petersburg on December 7
17:36 Vitol is first customer to approve completely digital inspection of cargo tanks
17:15 BIMCO launches new contract for employment of security escort vessels
16:45 GTT will design the tanks of four new LNG carriers ordered by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering to operate in Arctic waters
16:25 MOL announces delivery of next-generation coal carrier 'EeneX' series
16:05 PSA & ONE launch environmentally friendly barge service at Jurong Island Terminal
15:42 “K” Line conducts trial use of marine biofuel for decarbonization on car carrier
15:38 Wärtsilä wins order to supply cargo handling system for second LNG bunker vessel being built by Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding
15:23 Verifavia launches industry’s first real-time carbon intensity indicator dashboard
14:55 Two more LK-60 icebreakers needed for regular year-round navigation on Northern Sea Route
14:28 Equinor and SSE reach financial close on the third phase of the world's biggest offshore wind farm
14:04 Nuclear-powered icebreaker Sibir to commence operation in Kara Sea in early January 2022 – Vyacheslav Ruksha
13:42 MABUX: Bunker Weekly Outlook, Week 48, 2021
13:02 European shipowners call for further action in the Gulf of Guinea
12:40 Rolls-Royce to supply eight mtu engines for new Svitzer tugs in Brazil
12:01 Throughput of Azov port in 11M’2021 climbed by 1% YoY
12:00 NORDEN simplifies business unit structure
11:36 Norway’s Eksfin tops NOK 10bn in offshore wind financing as Dogger Bank C reaches financial close
11:34 Annual throughput of Severnaya Zvezda project on Taimyr peninsula to exceed 7 million tonnes from 2026
11:10 MABUX: Uncertainty on Global bunker market to continue on Dec 02
10:00 Digital Twin Conference 2022 to be held virtually on 11-12 May 2022
09:33 Crude oil prices are rising in expectation of OPEC+ meeting
09:19 Baltic Dry Index as of December 1

2021 December 1

19:15 PortNews to hold Ship Repair, Modernization and Components Conference on 20 September 2022 in Saint-Petersburg
18:31 DP World celebrates 2,000 members of the Digital Freight Alliance
18:07 CMA CGM and Shell perform first Bio-LNG bunkering operation in Rotterdam
17:42 8 new fuel-efficient ships to join the X-Press Feeders fleet
17:26 Danish Smyril Lines Cargo starts second service between Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Rotterdam
17:06 Port of Antwerp invests in digitalisation of radar infrastructure
16:47 Western Australia and Port of Rotterdam to collaborate on renewable hydrogen
16:05 IMO moves ahead on GHG emissions, Black Carbon and marine litter
15:50 Diana Shipping announces completion of OceanPal spin-off
15:41 RF Federation Council approves Federal Law on Ratification of Nairobi Convention
15:04 Yang Ming adds the latest of its 9th 11,000 TEU ship to the Trans-Pacific service
14:07 SEA-LNG backs Europe’s goal-based, technology-neutral regulation for cleaner shipping
13:50 Liepaja SEZ Board appointed Uldis Hmieļevskis, Deputy CEO, as Acting Manager
13:14 Rolls-Royce extends TBO intervals of mtu Series 4000 engines for commercial marine application
13:03 Oil shipments via CPC Marine Terminal in 11M’21 climbed by 0.7% YoY
12:56 Valenciaport tenders the drafting of the urban development project for areas 2 and 5 of the Special Plan for zone 1 south of the Port of València
12:06 Mostotrest conducted 2,177 operations on raising bridges in Saint-Petersburg over navigation season of 2021
11:45 MABUX: Bunker prices may continue to decline on Dec 1
10:49 Russian Railways' network loading climbed by 3.3% in 11M’2021
10:15 Maersk Customs Services USA highlights trends and opportunities for U.S. importers
09:51 Port of Kiel receives funding for digital test field
09:30 Crude oil prices start rising
09:16 Baltic Dry Index as of November 30

2021 November 30

18:35 ICS urges WTO Director General to prioritise maritime transport in multilateral trade negotiations
18:14 First phase of Tuas Port reclamation works completes
17:53 Finnlines announces bunker surcharge for Malmö-Travemünde-Malmö
17:35 HDB, JTC and MPA, which issue over two-thirds of government invoices, offer e-invoicing through IMDA’s InvoiceNow
17:04 DNV supports world first large-scale testing of submerged CO2 pipelines