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    Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  GarryB on Tue May 18, 2010 4:03 am

    I have mentioned this earlier, this is a joint venture where the South Koreans are building a state of the art ship building facility in Russias far east, it is designed for building heavy tonnage civil vessels (oil tankers and LNG carriers for example) and also large warships including aircraft carriers.

    Here is the article:

    Four shipbuilding and ship-repair zones will be created in the Far East under auspices of the Far East Shipbuilding Center.

    As reported by Primorsky Krai Industry and Transport Department, shipbuilding zone Vostok-Raffles for construction of ocean-going platforms has been already laid down at Chazhma Bay nearby Dunai settlement on the basis of Ship-Repair Yard 30; Vostok-Raffles is a new Russian-Singaporean joint venture company engaged in construction of drilling semisubmersibles. At present, the project is in the stage of planning and legal implementation.

    Identical in size shipbuilding zone Zvezda-DSME is being formed in the eastern part of Zvezda shipyard. This is going to be Russian-Korean joint venture; now it is also in the planning and implementation stages. This yard will be specialized in construction of heavy-tonnage civil vessels and ice-proof tankers. While mobilization, the shipyard is capable to built 1 rank warships including aircraft carriers.

    It is also planned to establish overhaul/upgrade zone for surface ships and submarines at Zvezda shipyard. The purpose is satisfaction of Pacific Fleet's (PF) needs in all types of complicated interim overhaul and ship modernization.

    Another ship-repair zone in Primorsky Krai – Vladivostok – is intended for maintenance of PF ships, and in prospect – for repairs of fishing and merchant ships. The zone will be based on Ship-Repair Yards 92 and 178.

    We recall that Far East Shipbuilding Center (FESC) is an affiliate of United Shipbuilding Corporation established by presidential decree. In Primorsky Krai following yards are within competence of FESC: Zvezda shipyard, Ship-Repair Yards 178, 92 and 30. The subholding company comprises shipbuilding companies of Khabarovsky Krai and Kamchatka as well.

    In 2009 FESC obtained sufficient governmental support. For instance, under federal development program of military industry Zvezda shipyard was subsidized to re-equip production capacities for repair of 3rd generation nuclear submarines.

    Besides, today four defense companies of Primorsky Krai are entitled to export war-like equipment. Primorsky Krai has tied with Rosoboronexport a general agreement of military technical cooperation with foreign countries.

    In its turn, administration of Primorsky Krai traditionally supports defense industry partially covering electricity expenses of defense companies by regional budget.

    and this is the source: http://rusnavy com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=9183&print=Y

    (to make the link work you need to put the full stop back between the rusnavy and the com.)

    A slightly clearer article is this one:

    Zvezda-DSME shipyard design work to be finished in September

       DATELINE: VLADIVOSTOK May 17

       The Far Eastern Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Center, which is constructing the Zvezda-DSME shipyard in Bolshoy Kamen, Primorye territory, together with South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) will present the preliminary design to the State Appraisal Department in four months, the center’s Deputy General Director Yevgeny Krainov said.

       The center signed the preliminary design contract with South Korea’s KORPEK and AUDC in Vladivostok.

       Russian experts will take part in the work, so that the preliminary design corresponds to Russian standards.

       The construction of the shipyard, which will produce large-size sea vessels, began on November 18, 2009. The shipyard may be ready by late 2011.

       It will produce ice-proof tankers and gas tankers with the deadweight of 200,000-250,000 tonnes, oilrigs and LNG plants.

       Rosneft, Transneft, Gazprom, Sovcomflot and some other companies will be the shipyard clients.

       The Far Eastern Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Company is a subsidiary of the United Shipbuilding Corporation formed in 2007.

    from here: http://www.russiandefenseblog org/?p=1109
    (replace the dot to make it work).
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  George1 on Tue Feb 07, 2012 5:42 pm

    Zvezda-DSME will be a new shipyard or an extension of current Zvezda shipyard?
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    Post  GarryB on Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:00 am

    Identical in size shipbuilding zone Zvezda-DSME is being formed in the eastern part of Zvezda shipyard. This is going to be Russian-Korean joint venture; now it is also in the planning and implementation stages. This yard will be specialized in construction of heavy-tonnage civil vessels and ice-proof tankers. While mobilization, the shipyard is capable to built 1 rank warships including aircraft carriers.

    Based solely on the above (in bold) I would suspect that it is part of the old shipyard (the eastern part) rebuilt and upgraded by Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME).
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    Expanding production capabilities of shipbuilding STAR

    Post  Viktor on Sun Sep 02, 2012 2:58 pm

    Expanding production capabilities of shipbuilding STAR

    Capacity expansion of "Far East Plant" Star "

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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  TheRealist on Thu Nov 22, 2012 12:02 am

    What is the present status of the new shipyards that are being planned in the Kotlin Islands and the Russian Far East?
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  TR1 on Tue Nov 27, 2012 9:20 pm

    TheRealist wrote:What is the present status of the new shipyards that are being planned in the Kotlin Islands and the Russian Far East?


    http://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/25553/

    Latest photos of the new Zvezda shipyard.

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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  TheRealist on Wed Nov 28, 2012 2:07 am

    Glad to see that construction is moving, however I've heard that another shipyard is also underconstruction which is the Vostok-Raffles shipyards.

    Another thing is that I am surprise to know that the New Admiralty Shipyard in the Kotlin Islands is bigger compared to the Zvezda shipyard.
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  George1 on Wed Nov 28, 2012 3:10 am

    Zvezda shipyard will construct also military ships?
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  TR1 on Sat Dec 29, 2012 4:19 pm

    @ George: yes, it is part of UAC holdings, and as such will be mixed military + civie.

    http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=98250217&postcount=702

    Recent photos of Zvezda.

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    Clarification is appreciated.

    Post  TheRealist on Wed Jul 31, 2013 4:20 am

    I have been hearing a lot of news that the new shipyards in St. Petersburg will not go through and that it is not economical, yet I was able to stumble upon this article.

    New “super shipyard” to be built in St Petersburg
    http://www.bairdmaritime.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=14207:new-super-shipyard-to-be-built-in-st-petersburg&catid=69&Itemid=60

    Clarification is appreciated.

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    Rosneft 'eyes Russian yard move'

    Post  TheRealist on Tue Aug 13, 2013 3:31 pm

    Rosneft 'eyes Russian yard move'
    http://www.upstreamonline.com/live/article1334382.ece

    Russia’s state-owned oil company Rosneft is reportedly looking to form a new shipbuilding consortium that could see it take control of a pair of yards for fabrication of offshore facilities destined for the Arctic.
    The move is apparently motivated by dissatisfaction in the Kremlin with state-owned United Shipbuilding Corporation, which has been taking over domestic yards as part of the renationalisation of the country’s marine construction and repair sector.

    The effort to bring yards under the control of a single state-run entity is geared to making them more efficient and competitive in bidding for major fabrication contracts with state-controlled companies such as Rosneft and gas giant Gazprom.

    However, the renationalisation has not led to any upgrades of yard facilities or an increase in capacity utilisation, Upstream reported earlier this year.

    A dearth of orders is also stalling the $1.6 billion development of the new Zvezda shipyard in the Russian far east and a proposed new yard on Kotlin Island near St Petersburg has been put on hold due to the postponement of the Gazprom-led Shtokman gas project in the Barents Sea.

    Deputy Premier Dmitry Rogozin is now promoting the formation of a new consortium in which Rosneft and Gazprombank could each hold a 40% interest, with United Shipbuilding relegated to a holding of only 20%, according to a report in Russian-language publication Kommersant, cited by the Barents Observer.

    The new entity would be responsible for developing the Zvezda yard in Bolshoy Karmen Bay - where the first of three construction phases is due to be completed this year – into a super-facility for fabrication of semi-submersible drilling rigs and fixed platforms, as well as vessels such as LNG carriers and oil tankers.

    It would also take over the Roslyakovo yard near Murmansk, which has hitherto focused mainly on service and repair of nuclear submarines for the Navy, according to the report.

    Rosneft has signed several joint-venture pacts with foreign players, including ExxonMobil, Statoil and Eni, for exploration in the prospective Arctic region and would be keen to secure local fabrication capacity for construction of offshore facilities to bring future discoveries into development.

    However, the mooted move into fabrication by the state-owned giant may run into objections from Gazprom and independent gas producer Novatek, both of which are looking to use the Zvezda yard for construction of multiple LNG carriers to service their own  projects.

    Gazprom intends to build 13 LNG carriers for a proposed LNG plant near Vladivostok and the existing Sakhalin 2 LNG facility, while Novatek is expected to order a fleet of similar vessels for its Yamal LNG project.

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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  Austin on Tue Aug 20, 2013 7:30 pm

    Denis MANTUROV answered the journalists' questions following a visit of "Fair-Nevsky Shipyard"
    http://vpk.name/news/95115_denis_manturov_otvetil_na_voprosyi_zhurnalistov_po_itogam_posesheniya_oao_srednenevskii_sudostroitelnyii_zavod.html

    Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Denis MANTUROV a working visit to the city of St. Petersburg. During the visit the head of the Industry and Trade Ministry of Russia visited the "Mid-Nevsky Shipyard", where he got acquainted with the technology of manufacturing of ships from composite materials. After a visit to the company Denis MANTUROV answered reporters' questions.

    What plans are put in front of shipbuilding?

    D.Manturov: Tasks are actually a lot. In particular, you saw a civilian ship, a catamaran that will be used for the St. Petersburg unloading of passenger traffic and to ensure the supply for the Ministry of Defence. Given today's global trends for the construction of high-speed vessels, we will gradually increase the size of ships that will be built on a composite scheme. Today, it is 60 meters long sweepers, we will continue to go in the direction of the length of 100-120 meters. Next we move to the Central Research Institute. Krylova, where the need to discuss issues related to the implementation of the existing Federal Target Program "Development of civil and marine engineering," to sum up a certain work on this program, it is one of the results in terms of development of new technologies.

    In Russia 40,000 km of maritime borders, 100,000 km of water of sea routes, and, of course, shipbuilding, as an industry, is of great significance and prospects of its development. And not just on the security of inland marine transportation routes, but also by the implementation of those orders which are at the gas and oil companies. In particular, they CRI. Krylova, we will discuss the enforcement of orders from our Russian companies. According to their plans, it is about 1,400 ships by 2020. If we translate into money, it is about 1.2 trillion rubles. Of course, we must not lose this opportunity and to place orders with Russian shipyards at the expense of those technologies that we have developed over the past 4 years. It is also necessary to use those projects that are already available and should be implemented in practice. We need to consider issues related to the implementation of tasks assigned to the President by 21 May and late July, at the completion of the development strategy of the United Shipbuilding Corporation. Today we will examine the concept in order to protect her in September at the departmental level, at the level of the Board of Directors of the USC and to report to the President on the alert.

    We did not so long ago, the President addressed the issues, the state defense order for 2013-2016 and up to 2020. There are certain problems that we are currently working with the Ministry of Defence and other agencies are working together. This is primarily pricing issues. We understand how to solve the problems that have accumulated. We connect to this work, including, and Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute, the leading financial institutions in order to conduct additional financial audit to determine the prices for those orders that the Defense Ministry has signed with USC. Today we are at the stage of completion of the negotiation of the pricing principles that should zakladyvatsya for the future. We came to an agreement with the Ministry of Defence to optimize delivery schedules ships. It was decided to reduce the number of types of ships. Now we have only three types of corvettes and frigates are two types. Need to move to high-volume production, thereby decrease the price and terms. An issue relating to the development of weapons and technical equipment for ships. Today, there is a gap between the production casing, which is responsible for the parent company and production equipment. We have agreed with the Ministry of Defence that in future orders the development of weapons and production equipment will also be through the parent company. This will provide the ability to control and reduce the costs of the Ministry of Defence.

    Recently, the President said that the price of defense contracts can be fixed so that it did not grow in the process. Are there any steps in this direction?

    D.Manturov: I have already talked about this. Together with the Krylov Institute and the Finance Academy perform audits of prices from contracts that are already in place. According to him there were problems with underfunding. In this work, we have to come up with our colleagues from other departments to the same principle of pricing. Not to continue the practices that evolved in recent years. The result of this practice is the systematic nedofinansirovnie projects. Should be distributed finansirovnie so that at the very beginning of the production company could be ordered and equipment, and weapons. This will optimize the timing, quantity production to increase production and to execute contracts on time.

    Ministry of Transport of Russia's strategy for the development of water transport refers to the need for a program of ship recycling and replacing the old with the new. As the Ministry of Industry and enjoy this initiative?

    D.Manturov: Well, you rightly mentioned that the state program otnotsitsya the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Transport. But the ideas that came from colleagues, we fully support.

    This is absolutely correct trend, because we need to put your focus on the motivation of demand. And it just is the very measure to stimulate demand by customers who have older vessels scrapped or leaving the service. In order for the operator to have an incentive to buy a new ship it to motivate through measures of the state support for interest rates on loans and by utilizing premium.
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  George1 on Tue Jan 14, 2014 10:49 pm

    Rosneft, Gazprombank, Sovcomflot and Korean shipbuilding company Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. signed, on November 13th 2013, a Memorandum of Understanding on key terms of cooperation to establish shipbuilding and industrial cluster in the southern part of Primorskiy Krai (Russian Far East).

    The parties agreed to jointly complete the construction and launch a new shipyard – shipbuilding complex Zvezda – in 2016, to establish a Russian-Korean engineering center for shipbuilding and marine equipment for offshore projects. The companies also agreed key terms for technology exchange, localization of production and contracts placement.

    The MoU was signed in the presence of Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation, and Park Geun-hye, President of the Republic of Korea, as part of the official visit of the Russian President to the Republic of Korea.

    Commenting on the Memorandum signed, Igor Sechin, Rosneft President and Chairman of the Management Board, said: “Rosneft has a large-scale program to develop offshore projects in Russia in challenging conditions in the Nothern and Far East seas. The company assumed obligations to localize in Russia shipbuilding and marine equipment production necessary for offshore projects implementation and is already working actively in this direction. Following the decision of the Russian President Vladimir Putin, Rosneft together with its partners Gazprombank and Sovcomflot is implementing a project to develop shipbuilding and industrial cluster at the Zvezda shipyard, that will have considerable multiplying effect on all related industries. We are glad the project will be implemented with the support of such an experienced technological partner as DSME, which owns cutting-edge technologies, as well as globally recognized reputation for shipbuilding, engineering and production of marine equipment for offshore projects. We are convinced the cluster will become a center for high-tech arctic shipbuilding in Russia.”

    MoU Signed for the Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex is a four stage construction project. The vessel construction will start when the first stage is complete. The product range of vessels will broaden with each additional stage put into operation. The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex is expected to manufacture tankers with a displacement of up to 350 thousand tons, LNG carriers, ice class vessels, specialized vessels, and offshore platform units in 2020.
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    Post  Viktor on Wed Jan 15, 2014 1:17 am

    This is BIG ... this is what Putin visit to South Korea was all about.

    (and the new pipeline stretching up to South Korea) ....

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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  Austin on Thu Aug 21, 2014 9:52 am

    Request to any one who understands Russian , Its an interview with USC President.

    Can some one translate the key points of interview ?


    Alexey Rakhmanov President of "United sudostoitelnaya Corporation"


    Russian shipbuilding in the new political and economic realities



    http://www.echo.msk.ru/programs/arsenal/1367958-echo/
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  GarryB on Thu Sep 25, 2014 11:39 am

    The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex is expected to manufacture tankers with a displacement of up to 350 thousand tons, LNG carriers, ice class vessels, specialized vessels, and offshore platform units in 2020.

    After 2020 this could be a good place to start production of military aircraft carriers...
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  George1 on Thu Nov 13, 2014 11:21 am

    Russia to Create Shipbuilding Cluster in Kaliningrad Region
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  George1 on Mon Mar 02, 2015 9:55 am

    Rogozin: Shipbuilding Complex "Zvezda" in Far East to start work in 2016
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    Rosneft, Gazprombank, Sovcomflot and Korean shipbuilding

    Post  George1 on Thu Jul 02, 2015 1:28 pm

    Shipbuilding complex "Zvezda" will attract 10 thousand new workers

    Ship-building complex is created on the basis of the factory "Zvezda" - the only in the Far East, specializes in the repair, refurbishing and modernizing ships nuclear missile submarines.

    VLADIVOSTOK, July 2 - RIA Novosti. Under construction in Primorye shipbuilding complex "Star" will attract 10 thousand new employees, according to the regional administration with reference to the governor of the region Vladimir Miklushevsky.

    "The complex will allow us to develop production, create new jobs, improve the tax base. Ten thousand is planned to attract professionals to work: some of them - residents of Primorye, part - the newcomers. They need to build housing with developed social infrastructure," - said Miklushevsky.

    He stressed that today there are four options for the future of housing professionals. One of them - the federal program "Housing for Russian families," the second option - the creation of cooperatives of shareholders, which allows you to build housing cheaper by 30%. It is also possible to build departmental housing. And planned construction of a kindergarten for 240 places to the 2018-2019 years.

    Plant "Zvezda" in Big Stone is a leading enterprise on repair of submarines of the Pacific Fleet and the only one in the Far East, specializing in the repair, refurbishing and modernizing ships nuclear missile submarines. Now here comes the creation of the shipbuilding complex "Star".

    The first phase of construction of the shipyard ends in 2016 (it is allocated 45 billion rubles), the second and third stages - in 2018. Start of production is scheduled to begin in the first quarter of 2016. It is expected that the complex will be engaged in the construction of ships for the development of hydrocarbon deposits on the Arctic shelf.
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  sepheronx on Thu Nov 19, 2015 3:58 pm

    Zvezda Shipyard should be built despite declining hydrocarbons prices — Russian Deputy PM


    The articles are strange. It makes it sound like that they are cutting back on the project but they are not. So I am not sure about the translations in the titles.  Even the articles themselves state project is ongoing in three stages.
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  sepheronx on Mon Dec 07, 2015 5:03 pm

    http://tass.ru/en/society/841960

    So there was an explosion at the st.pete shipyard due to poor safety practice of welding while painting....  minimum damage to infrastructure, equipment ect but 1 died and 7 injured.

    Seems to be a common problem with Russian inudstries and poor safety practices even though they had so many incidences and many were fired for it.  Seems everyone loves to skimp out on doing the job properly.
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    Re: Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector

    Post  Militarov on Mon Dec 07, 2015 5:14 pm

    sepheronx wrote:http://tass.ru/en/society/841960

    So there was an explosion at the st.pete shipyard due to poor safety practice of welding while painting....  minimum damage to infrastructure, equipment ect but 1 died and 7 injured.

    Seems to be a common problem with Russian inudstries and poor safety practices even though they had so many incidences and many were fired for it.  Seems everyone loves to skimp out on doing the job properly.

    Welding and painting at the same time, just read this to my dad "over shoulder" and he said he never heard of such practice in his life (military mechanical engineer).
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    Post  sepheronx on Mon Dec 07, 2015 5:20 pm

    Then there clearly is an issue with the people at these shipyards. Time to clean house. Maybe also start with more adaptove safety systems like having a separate team for it that monitors the work practices of the people.
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    Post  Militarov on Mon Dec 07, 2015 5:28 pm

    sepheronx wrote:Then there clearly is an issue with the people at these shipyards. Time to clean house. Maybe also start with more adaptove safety systems like having a separate team for it that monitors the work practices of the people.

    I dont know, it might be something considered as ok in shipyards, due to magnitude of the work etc, as my dad said even doing welding works on one side of the hull and painting on other wouldnt be a problem, especially with safety measues, however doing it in a way where they can come in contact is everything but smart.

    He says when tanks are being overhauled, painting section is always separated from mechanical area due to welding, tooling, sparks, hot pieces of metal etc. And firefighter is always somewhere around just in case. Was like that 35 years ago in Yugoslavia and we can say safety procedures were not really first priority back then ago as they are now.
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    Post  sepheronx on Mon Dec 07, 2015 5:47 pm

    Heads need to roll.  I am not a welder but I know not to do this.  Whoever sanctioned the idea for it should be on the streets sweeping and manager in charge should be accompanying him.  Really really retarded.

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