Metals and mining, Shipbuilding
The plans of the state-owned holding company Rosgeologiya to occupy a significant place in the shelf development are under threat.
The ceremony of launching the icebreaking ship "Aleksandr Sannikov" was held at Vyborg Shipyard Head icebreaker Arc130A project built by order of "Gazpromneft".
In comparison with January-September 2015 volumes in the mining sector increased (by 4.1%), in manufacturing (by 8.6%), in the production and distribution of electricity, gas and water (by 0.5%) .<
"Rosneft" had attracted more than 1.5 trillion roubles foreign investments into its projects in the Far East of Russia, CEO Igor Sechin stated at the launching ceremony of the first stage
Vard Holdings entered into a contract for the design and construction of 15 transport vessels for Topaz Energy and Marine, the subsidiary of Renaissance Services SAOG.
The vessels of the VARD Project 9 21 are specially designed by VARD Design for river traffic, because it is assumed they provide delivery of cargo to the oil fields in Kazakhstan through Russian waterways.
The agreement provides for the analysis of learning opportunities between companies in the development of technical solutions and equipment localization of fuel and energy complex.
A key focus of cooperation is the technological support in the field of mining projects, processing and transportation of hydrocarbons, as well as shipbuilding. In particular, the interaction of the parties in the development and deployment of energy efficient technologies for oil fields and refineries, such as heat recovery systems, variable speed drives and upgraded electricity network (Smart Grid system), compressors for the onshore and offshore fields.
In 2015, MMK shipped 86 thousand tons of steel to ship-building enterprises, which is by almost 11% more than in the previous year.
MMK increases the supply of shipbuilding steel for the second year in a row. In 2014, the shipments of steel to the shipbuilding companies increased by 37% and amounted to 78 thousand tons y / y. MMK has a half of all metal supplies for the Russian shipbuilding industry.
Currently, Russian nuclear fleet consists of four icebreakers, it will be supplemented by three within 2017-2020, the head of Novatek Leonid Michelson states.
Russia would put into operation three new nuclear icebreakers by 2020, the head of Novatek Leonid Michelson stated at Tokyo International Conference on Energy Cooperation of the Russian Federation and Japan on Friday.
A ceremony of laying the first ice-breaking vessel under Arc130A project, Ice Class Icebreaker 8, built by order of Gazpromneft was hosted in Vyborg Shipyard (VSZ). The ship was named "Aleksandr Sannikov".
Two icebreaking vessels intended for operation in the Gulf of Ob (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District) for the oil terminal on Novoportovsk field will be built at VSZ. Ships are intended to ensure the shipment of oil, icebreaking tankers, rescue, towing vessels, firefighting, participation in oil spill response operations.
The Russians will have to learn how to grow vegetables, produce medicines, sew clothes and to live with their wits, as well as master and manufacture their own equipment in the country's basic industry - oil and gas.
According to the plans of the RF Ministry of Industry and Trade, in 2020 the share of Russian equipment in this sector should be increased from 40 to 57%. With regard to oil and gas engineering, its share is planned to be reduced from the current 60 to 43% by the same year - this is the RF Ministry of Energy data. "Public control" tried to understand whether the Russian companies are ready to supply their own equipment or not.