Norwegian salmon infection is no threat to the Murmansk fish

12 01 2017

The outbreak of infectious salmon anemia detected in Norwegian Finnmark doesn’t threaten the Murmansk fish population, reports the Chairman of Veterinary Committee of the Murmansk region Alexey Kasatkin. “Owing to the large distance and no business ties with this Norwegian fishery, there is zero probability our fish will get infected. There are lots of fisheries... read more →

08 12 2016

Ministry of Energy announced fuel oil price for the Murmansk region

Today the price per ton of fuel oil in the Murmansk region is 11.2 thousand rubles, informed the Head of the regional Ministry of Energy and Housing and Utilities Vladimir Gnoyevskiy.  “One ton of fuel oil currently costs 11.2 thousand rubles. Last year the price fluctuated between 6-11 thousand. It changes rapidly and is hard to predict since it is a market...read more →

16 11 2016

The Dutch willing to build a wind park near Murmansk for 22 bln rubles

The Dutch company Windlife Energy BV plans to invest 22 bln rubles in a wind park in the Murmansk region, informs Interfax referring to the company’s Director General Paul Logchies. “We plan to complete construction in 2019. This will be the biggest wind park ever beyond the Polar Circle (...). The 22 bln rubles are to be spent for those 200 megawatt,” said...read more →

14 11 2016

Net profit of Murmansk commercial seaport increased by 43%

The net profit of the Murmansk Commercial Seaport for 9 months of 2016 increased by 43% against the same period in 2015 and amounts to 3.28 bln RUB. According to the company’s data, the income for this period increased at 11.3% and made 5,69 bln RUB. OJSC “Murmansk Commercial Seaport” was established in 1994. It has 17 quays of 3 km in total. The length and...read more →

28 10 2016

Trade flow between the Murmansk region and Norway significantly increased

In the first half of 2016 the trade flow between the Murmansk region and Norway increased at 54% against the same period in 2015 and made 87,3 mln USD. According to the Minister of Economic Development of the Murmansk region Yelena Tikhonova, this was among others contributed by such activities as the VI Days of cross-border cooperation that opened today on the Kola...read more →

05 10 2016

Murmansk marine station opened after reconstruction

On October 4 the official opening ceremony of the reconstructed marine station took place in Murmansk. It was attended by the Governor of the Murmansk region Marina Kovtun, Mayor of Murmansk Alexey Veller, Chairperson of the Council of Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian FederationValentina Matvienko,Deputy Minister of...read more →

29 09 2016

Norway will continue funding of Atomflot supplies and equipment

Delegation from the the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority visited FSUE Atomflot to inspect the implementation of the contract with Nordisk Sikkerhet involving procurement and installation of radiation railway and vehicle portal monitors at Atomflot facility. In 2014 in the frames of the International Technical Assistance Programme Rosatomflot received 2mln NOK to...read more →

21 09 2016

Icebreaker “Arktika”: The core construction phase is completed

The Baltic Plant has completed mounting of first of the two steam-generating units on the “Arktika” icebreaker (Project 22220), thus completing the core construction phase. “Today we’ve successfully completed this construction phase of the atomic icebreaker. Further on we shall conduct final mounting of the atomic power unit with the supporting...read more →


The Arctic oil may be processed on the Kola Peninsula

According to the vice-governor of the Murmansk region Alexey Tyukavin, the local government is currently negotiating the possibility of building an oil refinery on the western coast of the Kola Peninsula with the federal government and Gazpromneft company. "We wish the Murmansk port to be the final destination - the raw feedstock, particularly oil, shall be both received and


Flight Murmansk-Tromsø may be resumed

“The Government will decide upon possible support of the route Archangelsk-Murmansk-Tromsø only upon completion of the analysis currently being carried out,” - the Russian Minister of Transport Maxim Sokolov told Archangelsk media. The Minister noted that the financial viability of this flight will be assessed in the first intstance,


Major transport hub under development in Murmansk

The Murmansk transport hub is claimed to be the future of the Murmansk region. Somewhere out there near Murmansk city on the left side of the Kola Bay there are works underway. SeverPost asked the project’s contractor - state company “Rostransmodernizatsia”  about the amount and the pace of work. The Federal Government Agency managing the implementation


Second life of atomic lighter carrier

The only one in the world ice-breaking carrier vessel with nuclear system – a unique atomic lighter carrier “Sevmorput” is preparing for its first voyage in over 10 years. This can be called the second birthday of the vessel that escaped recycling back in 2007. Currently the gigantic 260 meters long atomic vessel is docked at the Murmansk Trading Port and


The Murmansk port received its namesake –Icebreaker Murmansk

After testing in the Kara Sea the diesel/electric-powered icebreaker Murmansk owned by the FSUE “Rosmorport” docked in the port of Murmansk. The vessel is one of the two newest icebreakers constructed in 2015 according to project 21900М. The new icebreakers Murmansk and Vladivistok have been successfully tested in the ice of the western Arctic. The key task of


Novatek has begun preparations for constructing a new shipyard in Murmansk

The Novatek company is now getting prepared for the construction of the shipyard for production of offshore facilities for the Arctic. While reporting on the work the Regional Government in the Regional Duma, the Governor Marina Kovtun noticed that the company has currently launched engineering studies for elaboration of technical documentation. According to the Governor,


Fishermen in Law

Murmansk region coastal fishermen have become hostages of an "About Fishery" law. As they see, it is very important to make adjustments to the law, which should allow them to sell cod and crab-fish on catch place legally. The SeverPost have listened the fishermen on the threshold of the opening of Murmansk exhibition "Sea. Resaurces. Technologies". Small size vessels owners