• Russian Federation Marine Doctrine
    Vladimir Putin held a meeting to discuss the new draft of Russia’s Marine Doctrine.
  • TRITMENT – NEVA-2015: what will impress potential customers
  • Honghua will build sets of LNG power inland river ships
    Further Expands Offshore Business and Optimizes Diversified Business Layout
  • Inland-waterways vessels, mixed (river-sea) navigation and coastal ships for the transportation of oversized and heavy cargoes
  • Ship equipment of "Marine Technics" company: European quality of domestic production


  • Maprom Engineering BV – 30 years on the Russian market
    Maprom Engineering BV has been working on the Russian market for 30 years already. Our Russian customers are satisfied with the performance of our equipment, and prefer to apply our systems on new ships. About 50 vessels have been built in Russia since 2000, applying stern tube water lubrication and cooling systems, supplied by Maprom. The new Russian ships with Maprom equipment are the projects “Valday” 01010 and “Rusich” 00101, RSD-49, tankers of the projects 00210, 00211, 00260 and 52, tugs 745 MB, and others.
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries and Accenture to build connected smart ships
    Collaboration will help leading shipbuilding company offer built-in digital technologies to improve operational efficiency and decision making processes for ship owners.
  • Maersk Line orders ultralarge container vessels
    Maersk Line signed a new building contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME). The order is for 11 eleven plus six optional second generation Triple-E container vessels with a capacity of 19,630 TEU (twenty-foot equivalent) each.
  • Marine engine oils for marine vessels using environmentally friendly fuels
    Gazpromneft Lubricants (operator of the Gazprom Neft lubricants business) has begun production of marine engine oils for vessels operating in the MARPOL1 emissions control zone.2 Production of these new products has been made possible through a strategic partnership with Chevron Marine Lubricants.


  • New Cruise Terminal of Carnival Corporation in Barcelona
    Carnival Corporation & plc, the world’s largest travel and leisure company, today announced it has signed an agreement with the Port Authority of Barcelona to invest more than 30 million euros to build and operate its second private cruise terminal at the Port of Barcelona, which is used by seven of the company’s 10 cruise line brands as both a destination and home port. As part of the agreement, the Port Authority granted Carnival Corporation administrative concessions to operate the cruise terminal and all-new parking facility at Europe’s largest port and the fourth busiest port in the world.
  • Sassnitz and Ust Luga ports are establishing a logistics center
    Intentions to create a logistics center in Sassnitz-Mukran port with the aim of cargo turn-over with Ust Luga port enhancement were confirmed on June 25, 2015 within the framework of Days of German Economy by Mr. Drozdenko, the Governor of Leningrad Region, and Mr. Erwin Sellering, the Prime Minister of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
  • Port news

Ocean and shelf exploration

  • At the leading edge of the Arctic Region development
    A solemn ceremony of launching a lead ship of logistics support for project 23120 Elbrus was kept at the shipbuilding yard “Severnaya verf” on June 26, 2015.
  • Subsea 7 announces global alliance with OneSubsea
    Subsea 7 S.A. announced 13 July, 2015 that it has signed an agreement establishing a worldwide non-incorporated alliance with Houston-based OneSubsea®, a Cameron and Schlumberger company, to jointly design, develop and deliver integrated subsea development solutions through the combination of subsurface expertise, subsea production systems (SPS), subsea processing systems, subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines systems (SURF) and life-of-field services.
  • NOVAT EK concludes long-term LNG contract with ENGIE
    Moscow, 2 June 2015. OAO NOVATEK announced that Novatek Gas & Power, a wholly owned trading subsidiary of NOVATEK, concluded a long-term contract with ENGIE (formerly GDF SUEZ) on the supply of LNG from the Yamal LNG project.

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