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Latest From Arctic shipping
The Russian partners confirm orders for another 10 LNG carriers to service the upcoming Arctic LNG 2 exporting facility, raising the total number of ships to 15
The International Maritime Organization has developed draft ban on the use of carriage of heavy fuel oil in the Arctic Sea. However, new research by the International Council on Clean Transportation has shown that it would have a minor impact on heavy fuel oil use and carriage in the Arctic, due to the envisaged exemptions and waivers
The cargo delivery, which took place last week, marks another step forward to fulfilling northern sea route’s promise to shorten shipping distance and time between Russia and Asia-Pacific
A debate on the impact of very low sulphur fuel oils on black carbon emissions has resurfaced again, but the Clean Arctic Alliance wants the focus on a mandatory switch to distillates
The planned liquefaction capacity is 13m tonnes a year, with RusKhimAlyans receiving 45bn cu m a year of wet natural gas from Gazprom’s Achimov and Valanginian deposits in the Yamal Peninsula
The facilities would help transport Arctic LNG to markets in Europe and Asia much more quickly and lower the operating cost of LNG carriers
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