22 October 2018

October 18-19, 2018 company CEO Sergey Ovsienko took part in the 6th International Forum “Arctic Projects - Today and Tomorrow”

On October 18–19, the 6th International Forum “Arctic Projects Today and Tomorrow” took place in Arkhangelsk, organized by the Association of Oil and Gas Suppliers of the Oil and Gas Industry, the Government of the Arkhangelsk Region and the Northern (Arctic) Federal University.

The general director of Beluga Projects Logistic made a report  “Possibilities for the delivery of manufactured underwater mining systems to the Yuzhno-Kirinskoye gas condensate field” at a round table.

The forum was attended by about 300 guests - representatives of oil and gas operators, shipping, logistics and transport companies, shipbuilding and engineering plants, as well as expert centers, scientific and educational institutions. The speakers were PJSC Novatek, LLC Gazprom Neft Shelf, JSC United Shipbuilding Corporation, Federal State Unitary Enterprise Atomflot, JSC MRTS, LLC Uralmash NGO Holding, JSC CS Zvezdochka, JSC First Mining Company ”, PJSC“ Gazprombank ”, FSUE“ Administration of the Northern Sea Route ”, Ministry of Industry and Trade. Among the confirmed speakers are, in particular, Dmitry Purim, Chairman of the Board of Sovfrakht PJSC, and Anton Filatov, General Director of Oboronlogistics LLC.

The main attention was paid to the implementation of large-scale projects in the territories of the Arctic zone. In recent years, such large industrial facilities as the Prirazlomnaya OIFP, the Varandey terminal, the Gates of the Arctic terminal, the Yamal LNG natural gas production and liquefaction complex, and the new sea port of Sabetta have been built and are successfully operating in the Polar Region. The implementation of the Arctic LNG-2 project and the associated creation of the Center for construction of large-tonnage offshore facilities near Murmansk has begun, preparations are under way for the development of the Kamennomysskore oil and gas field and the development of the Pavlovsky lead-zinc field at Novaya Zemlya. The construction of new port complexes and renewal of the fleet, including the ice class, continues.