Thursday, May 28, 2020

Russian Ministry Of Transport News

Scana Win New Propulsion System, Thruster Contracts

Scana Industrier ASA has through its subsidiary Scana Propulsion recently signed new contracts: one for delivery of a propulsion systems to Kleven verft, and two more for tunnel thrusters to Nordic Yards and Guangzhou Salvage Bureau. The contracts have a total value of approx. 22 million NOK. This is for delivery of gear and propellers to a new construction vessel for Østensjø Rederi. The vessel is designed by Salt Ship Design and is to be delivered in March 2016. Scana Propulsion will provide gear and propellers within first quarter 2015.

Arctic Oil Spill Icebreaker: Image courtesy of Aker Arctic Technology

New Arctic Oil Spill Recovery Icebreaker

Aker Arctic Technology to introduce the ‘Heavy Duty’ oblique icebreaker project for Arctic operations (Aker ARC 100 HD) at upcoming expo. The ARC 100 HD is a new advance on what is already recognised as a true design innovation to allow ice-going vessel operations in the harshest of environments. It is distinguished by its inclusion of new technical solutions covering oil spill response. Formal launch coincides with the start of hull assembly work on the first vessel to be built to the ARC 100 concept for delivery to the Russian Ministry of Transport by early 2014.

An Ice-class Nordic Yards-built Vessel: Photo credit Nordic Yards

NSR Rescue & Salvage Ship Contracts for Nordic Yards

Nordic Yards in Wismar and Warnemünde, Germany, contracted to build two ice-breaking rescue & salvage ships for Russia. The vessels for the Russian Ministry of Transport, will operate on the Northern Sea Route (NSR)  in the Arctic, namely in the region of Murmansk, and in Sakhalin. The vessels will be used for patrols and rescue operations in offshore oil and gas fields. They are highly specialised, have a complex level of equipment and are designed for searching for and rescuing ships in distress, evacuating people and providing them with medical care.

Arctech Icebreaker: Photo courtesy of Arctech Helsinki Shipyard

Arctech to Construct 16 MW Russian Icebreaker

Arctech Helsinki Shipyarda to build the icebreaker in conjunction with OJCS Vyborg Shipyard, for the Russian Ministry of Transport. The total value of the vessel is about EUR 100 million and the project will start immediately for the vessel will be delivered to the client in August 2015. The new icebreaker is planned to be used in year-round operation in the Baltic Sea and in summer season in the Arctic seas. The vessel is able to operate in temperatures as cold as -40°С and the maximum icebreaking capability is 1.5 m.