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Posté le: Mar 14 Nov - 08:08 (2017) Sujet du message: A sea tanker will deliver the oil to
"The experience we gain on this route will help us motor bearings to achieve our plans and begin full-scale year-round development of the Novy Port field in 2016.Changes in global weather patterns are leaving parts of the arctic region ice-free for longer periods of time."The first summer shipment of Novy Port oil sees the opening of a new transportation route, by sea," Chairman Alexander Dyukov said in a statement.MOSCOW, Aug. 21 (UPI) -- Russian oil company Gazprom Neft said Thursday it scheduled an oil shipment from a northern arctic port to European consumers by using a sea tanker.When ice is heavy, the company said it would ship oil by rail to a northern rail terminal for transportation to the regional market until an export terminal is completed in late 2015.Oil work in the pristine arctic environment has raised concerns from environmental advocacy groups."."A sea tanker will deliver the oil to Europe in September and over 80,000 tons of the household appliances bearing new Novy Port oil classification are scheduled to be delivered from the field by two tankers during the 2014 ice-free season," the company said in a statement.The company said it would ship a low sulfur blend of crude oil, dubbed Novy Port, from the field bearing its name from the Yamal peninsula. Gazprom Neft said facilities at the peninsula were designed to reduce environmental impact. Gazprom Neft said it confirmed in 2011 that using a nuclear-powered icebreaker would facilitate transportation of oil from the port on the northern peninsula, where pipeline infrastructure is lacking