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Rosatom held a tender for the construction of the first two hulls of floating nuclear power plants to supply Baimsky GOK only among Asian shipyards.
It is known that the winner was the Chinese shipyard in Nantong, which offered the lowest price of $ 226 million. Both hulls must be delivered to Russia by February 2024. According to some reports, the key equipment - reactors and turbines - will be installed on the vessel already in Russia at the Baltzavod. They decided to give the contract for the construction of the buildings to China, so as not to disrupt the deadlines and not to increase the price of the entire project. It is reported by “Kommersant".
Atomenergomash has summed up the results of the tender for the construction of the first two buildings for modernized floating power units intended for power supply of the Baimsky GOK in Chukotka. The Chinese shipyard Wison (Nantong) Heavy Industry Co Ltd. The contract value is $ 225.8 million, which is about 30% lower than the initial maximum auction price ($ 325.12 million, or 24.11 billion rubles).
Also, according to the agreement, the Chinese shipyard must deliver the first building with a residential superstructure by October 2, 2023, and the second by February 2, 2024. An advance payment of 15% of the amount will be paid at the end of the current year.
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You can fit an entire army in that thing... Arctic vehicles, Yasen-M, Poseidon... Are the Russians planning to have a go at Neuschwabenland?dino00 wrote:290000T
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owais.usmani wrote:What are these 2 ships for? Translate their brochure please.
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The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex (SC) (Primorsky Territory) expects to sign contracts for the construction of 10 tankers for the Vostok Oil project in October 2021. As a PortNews correspondent reported , this was announced by Konstantin Globenko, Deputy General Director - Project Director of Zvezda, during the business program of the Neva-2021 exhibition. According to him, we are talking about Arctic shuttle tankers for the Vostok Oil project with a deadweight of 120 thousand tons with an Arc7 ice class.
“Such ships were not built not only in Russia, but also in the world. That is, tankers of this size and of such a high class have never been created before. This is a rather unique, innovative project, ”said a representative of the shipbuilding complex.
He noted that to date, the development of the concept design, the basic design has been completed, model tests have been carried out, and the good navigational qualities and icebreaking capacity of the vessel have been shown.
The Zvezda shipbuilding complex is being created on the basis of the Far East shipbuilding and ship repair center by the Consortium of JSC Rosneftegaz, PJSC NK Rosneft and JSC Gazprombank. The pilot loading of the complex is provided by Rosneft, which has entered into an exclusive agreement with DCSS to place all orders for the construction of new marine equipment and vessels at its facilities.
The Zvezda product line will include vessels with a displacement of up to 350 thousand tons, elements of offshore platforms, ice-class vessels, commercial vessels for transporting goods, special vessels and other types of marine equipment of any complexity, characteristics and purposes, including equipment that previously in Russia it was not produced due to the lack of the necessary launching and hydraulic structures. By the time the project is completed, the metal processing capacity of the shipyard will be over 330 thousand tons per year.
Vostok Oil is the largest project not only for the Russian, but also for the world economy. The resource base is over 6 billion tons of premium low-sulfur oil.
The Vostok Oil project includes 52 license areas in the north of the Krasnoyarsk Territory and in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, where 13 oil and gas fields are located, including the Vankor and Payakhsky clusters. Since 2009, five fields have been discovered in Taimyr - Baikalovskoye, Gorchinskoye, Icheminskoye, Novoognennoye, and in December 2020 - the unique West Irkinskoye field.
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