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13.05.2015

Russia allocates €3,6 million to floating Arctic research stations

The Russian Government has allocated more than 205 million rubles for resuming operation of floating research stations in the Arctic.

06.05.2015

New icebreakers open way for Russia in Arctic

Russia is building an armada of new icebreakers which will substantially strengthen its presence in Arctic waters.

22.04.2015

PM Dmitry Medvedev tasks the Cabinet with developing incentives for domestic shipbuilding

Following a workshop on the development of Russia's shipbuilding sector Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev charged the ministries and departments with the task of working out a strategy to support the country's shipbuilders, the Russian Government's official website said.

14.04.2015

Vyborg Shipyard to build two state-of-the-art 22 MW icebreakers for Gazprom Neft Novy Port

Vyborg Shipyard (United Shipbuilding Corporation) will build two 22 MW multi-purpose diesel-electric icebreakers for Gazprom Neft Novy Port (subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, operator of Novy Port project).

10.04.2015

Fourth state-of-the-art Atlanticmax-type LNG carrier named SCF Mitre

On 9 April 2015 a naming ceremony was held in South Korea for SCF Mitre, the fourth vessel in a series of state-of-the-art Atlanticmax-type LNG carriers built for Sovcomflot (SCF Group).

26.03.2015

Icebreaker Murmansk for the Russian Ministry of Transport launched today at Arctech Helsinki Shipyard

The 16 MW Icebreaker for the Russian Ministry of Transport was launched at Arctech Helsinki Shipyard on March 25th, 2015. Before floating the vessel, she was given the name ceremonially by breaking of a champagne bottle on the bow of the vessel. The ship was named by the Godmother of the vessel Marina Vasilyevna Kovtun, the Governor of the Murmansk Region, who wished the best of luck for the Murmansk icebreaker.

18.03.2015

LUKOIL closes deal to enter project off Cameroon

LUKOIL closed a transaction to enter a project to develop the Etinde block offshore the Republic of Cameroon in the Gulf of Guinea (West Africa).

17.03.2015

Novatek catches interest in Murmansk

Novatek, Russia’s second biggest gas producer, has bought a piece of land by the Kola Bay where it intends to build a plant for construction of concrete modules for offshore platforms, regional Minister of Transportation Dmitry Sosnin told journalists.

12.03.2015

Another shipment from Prirazlomnaya

The shipment, the first in 2015 and the fifth since project startup in December 2013, has been delivered to buyers in Europe. The oil, a total of 70,000, was shipped by the “Mikhail Ulyanovsk”, Sovcomflot’s tanker built for the Prirazlomnaya project.

27.02.2015

Application for Russia’s Arctic shelf claim out on tender

The Ministry of Natural Resources has announced a tender on edit of the application for extension of the Russian shelf in the Arctic. The tender, which has a 120 million rubles (€1.65 million) price tag, closes on March 13, RIA Novosti reports.

18.02.2015

Russia's Arctic shipping ambitions go off course

As a major global shipping hub, Singapore has a critical interest in future maritime trade patterns.
Of particular interest is the opening of Arctic shipping lanes, particularly Russia's Northern Sea Route (NSR), which runs across the top of Siberia and provides the shortest route between Europe and Asia.

23.01.2015

Moving towards globalisation of the exhibition market

Annually Russia holds nearly 1,000 congress and exhibition events of various profiles with total area of more than 2 million square meters net hosting companies from 135 countries from throughout the world.

22.01.2015

EFEA: Plenary session «The role of the regional marketing in attracting investments into the economy of a region/ country»

The plenary meeting of the Europe+Asia Event Forum gave floor to a discussion dedicated to improving the image of cities and regions in order to attract investments to the economy and the role of event marketing in these processes.

22.01.2015

Business activity shows improvement at EFEA

January 22 PetroCongress Congress Centre in St. Petersburg hosted an official opening ceremony of the 4<sup>th</sup> edition of Europe+Asia Event Forum known as a one-of-a kind MICE-industry event

22.01.2015

EFEA AWARDS

21 - 23 January 2015 PetroCongress Congress Centre (5 Lodeynopolskaya Str., St. Petersburg) will host Europe+Asia Event Forum (EFEA 2015) with the support of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.

22.01.2015

Change Management

Why to change business processes and management? How will it result in a company’s workflow? How to prevent failures? The questions were answered by international experts at the open seminar in PetroCongress Congress Centre in St. Petersburg.

22.01.2015

Russia’s export potential as a driving force for the event industry

The first day of the 4th edition of Europe + Asia Event Forum opened with an extended session of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation dedicated to exhibition and fair business and support of manufacturers and exporters.

20.01.2015

Serguei Trofimov: Russia's events industry has unmeasurable potential

St. Petersburg is going to host the Europe + Asia Event Forum (EFEA) for the fourth time in its history. This unique communication platform will bring together events industry representatives from 28 countries around the world and 25 Russian regions. Serguei Trofimov, president of RESTEC Group and chairman of the EFEA Organising Committee, has shared his thoughts on the industry's development capacity and the forum's mission.

20.01.2015

Welcome to the new web-site of the RESTEC Group of companies!

Welcome to the new web-site of the &nbsp;RESTEC Group of companies&nbsp;<a href="http://www.restec.ru/" target="_blank">www.restec.ru</a>! Here you can find all the information about our key activities

12.12.2014

Russian shipbuilders move away from the world

No more Russian ships will be built abroad, Deputy PM Dmitry Rogozin says, adding that a wave of new orders now will be placed in Russian yards.

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