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Marintec China, Asia’s leading maritime exhibition, was held from 3 – 6 December 2013 in Shanghai, China.
For the third year, the Forum emerged as a convenient communications site for the events industry professionals from St. Petersburg
More than 600 billion rubles will be allocated from the federal budget for the implementation of the state program for development of the Russian Arctic zone.
Gazprom Neft is preparing for the construction of another two ice-protected oil platforms designed for the icy waters of the Pechora Sea.
A new federal Environmental Security Strategy will have a high focus on Arctic issues, as well as on cross-border pollution, President Putin says.
For the first time in the framework of the Marintec China Exhibition Russian experts will talk about the prospects for the development of offshore shipbuilding.
November 15, 2013 the UN Sub-Commission recognized a 52,000-square-kilometer enclave in the middle of the Sea of Okhotsk as a part of Russia's continental shelf.
The state company may buy a stake in DSME
Russian Minister of Defense announced plans to create an ice-class patrol vessels for operation in the Arctic.
Actual industry news and a chronicle of the project development are now available in the international social networks.
A collaboration of the world’s biggest oil companies claims the required oil spill response technology is now in place to facilitate safe exploration drilling in the Arctic, according to a report.
Norway’s Statoil ASA has recommended the construction of a new drilling and processing platform for extracting the remaining reserves from Snorre field in the North Sea.
Russian gas giant Gazprom has launched the Kirinskoye field as part of the Sakhalin-3 project on the Sea of Okhotsk shelf, as cited by RIA Novosti reported on Wednesday.
First cargo ships docked at the quay wall of the port of Sabetta, the facility designer JSC Lenmorniiproekt said Wednesday.
Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Kirill Molodtsov has signed the Official Resolutions of the RAO/CIS Offshore 2013 Conference
Russia intends to strengthen its position in the region and continues active development of the infrastructure in the Arctic, started recently.
Krylov State Research Center has developed a conceptual design of a pipe-laying ship. According to the Center’s press service, these vessels will be deployed to the maximum in view of large-scale plans for construction of buried subsea pipelines in Russia and other countries.
Topics of the conference have been approved by the Offshore Marintec Russia 2014 Programme Committee.
Presentation Offshore Marintec Russia will be held within the world-known conference RAO/CIS Offshore