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1 © Oil transport from the Russian Arctic – history, status and prospects Alexei Bambulyak general manager Russia Akvaplan-niva, Tromsø, Norway

2 © Oil transport from the Russian part of the Barents Region https://www.akvaplan.niva.no/download/publications/Oiltransport2011.pdf

3 © Oil and Gas production Oil and gas reserves and production in Russia and Norway Oil and gas production in the Russian part of the Barents Region Oil and Gas transport Transport system in Russia Oil transportation routes in the Barents Region Environmental Safety Vessel traffic monitoring and emergency response system Accidental oil pollution Conclusions Oil transport from the Russian part of the Barents Region

4 © Trunk oil pipeline system of Russia © Транснефть

5 © United gas supply system of Russia © Газпром

6 © Railway system of Russia © РЖД

7 © Arctic oil-and-gas terminals

8 © Gas production in Russia

9 © Oil production in Russia

10 © Oil and products export from Russia

11 © Oil production in the Russian Barents Region

12 © Oil and gas shipment for export

13 © A B 2 3 C D 1 E Oil terminals in the Kola Bay

14 © Oil and gas terminals in the Western Barents Sea A B C D E G H F

15 © Oil and gas transportation via the Barents Sea

16 © Oil and gas shipment for export Laptev Sea Tiksi Kara Sea Dudinka Ob Bay Pechora Sea Varandey Kolguyev White Sea Arkhangelsk Vitino Barents Sea Murmansk Mokhnat. Pakhta Melkøya (LNG)

17 © Russian oil and products export shares

18 © Terminals capacity: 2002, 2011 and 2020 Capacity 2002 Capacity 2011 Pr. capacity 2020 Kara Sea Dudinka Ob Bay Tambey (Yamal LNG) Pechora Sea Varandey Prirazlomnoye Kolguyev Indiga (Pechora LNG) White Sea Arkhangelsk Vitino Barents Sea Teriberka (Shtokman LNG) Murmansk Mokhnatkina Pakhta Lavna Melkøya (Snøhvit LNG) Goliat

19 © Norwegian-Russian Arctic logistic – from competition to cooperation Contents Cargo flow to Europe and the North Russian and International Trade with Raw Materials Oil, gas, coal, metals, minerals, timber, fish, containers. Significance of the Northern Transport Hub Strategies of EU, ND, Russia, Norway Export cargoes from Russia Russian Arctic port developments Norwegian ports, plans and capacities Conclusions

20 Thank you! © © Bjørn Frantzen


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