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    Post  Russian_Patriot_ Sun Aug 08, 2021 4:04 pm

    "Daughter" of Rosatom massively buys the Russian OS, making it uncontested. 

    Rosenergoatom, a part of Rosatom, has allocated RUB 136.6 million for the purchase of the domestic Astra Linux operating system. In addition to operating system licenses, the concern requires employee training, which includes consulting on how to log in, complete work in the system, and use electronic trading platforms. It is worth noting that all of Rosatom has started massively switching to Astra Linux since 2020, and perhaps this choice is final.

    Rosenergoatom has chosen a single one

    As CNews found out, the Rosenergoatom concern, a subsidiary of the Rosatom state Corporation, will purchase licenses for the Russian Astra Linux operating system. Tender with a maximum contract price of RUB 136.6 million. It was published on the public procurement website on July 30, 2021. Applications will be accepted until August 16, summing up the results is scheduled for September 13.

    According to the terms of reference, Rosenergoatom requires a perpetual Astra Linux Common Edition license of at least 2.12 for 26 subsidiaries of the concern. In 2021, the state customer plans to purchase just over 6.2 thousand licenses, in 2022 — just over 4.1 thousand.

    In addition, the list of services provided by the contractor includes technical support for the operating system, as well as consulting users of 14 enterprises. The list of questions for consultation includes introduction to the Astra Linux OS family, login, shutdown, as well as work with state information systems and electronic trading platforms using crypto funds.

    At the time of publication of the material, representatives of the concern could not answer the question of CNews about whether Rosenergoatom is switching to using exclusively the Astra Linux OS.

    No alternative to Astra

    In 2020 Rostatom has no alternative to purchasing Astra Linux OS with technical support for a total amount of 820 million rubles. According to the procurement legislation, state-owned companies are limited in their ability to directly indicate a specific trademark (or other means of individualization)when describing the subject of purchase without the equivalent clause. Therefore, Rostatom then conducted a "simplified procurement", which in the tender documents was equated with the purchase from a single supplier.

    Currently, the "daughter" of Rosatom conducts a standard open tender and attaches to the documents a decision on the impossibility of using analogues of the purchased clearly spelled-out operating system. According to the document, Astra Linux software cannot be replaced to ensure compatibility with previously purchased and partially implemented operating systems in Rosenergoatom organizations.

    Why Astra Linux

    Mass use of Astra Linux in Rosenergoatom began at the end of 2020. The share of the concern then accounted for 4250 distributions. In 2021, the implementation of Astra Linux in Rosenergoatom continued. At the end of July, the concern reported on its website that Astra Linux is already used by more than 10 thousand people. its employees.

    Representatives of Greenatom (an IT integrator of the nuclear industry, part of Rosatom) previously explained to CNews the choice of Rosatom in favor of this product with the accumulated experience of using Astra Linux by the state corporation, as well as "the inadmissibility of stopping a number of systems operating on this OS."

    "The choice was made taking into account additional testing at the sites of Greenatom and Consist OS" – the CNews interlocutors added at the time. — "All major developers of domestic operating systems were invited to participate in the testing. The advantages of Astra Linux also include extensive experience in implementing the system in Russia and the largest competence center for OS support among Russian companies."

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    Post  flamming_python Mon Aug 09, 2021 2:40 am

    https://www.intellinews.com/russia-s-sibur-sees-emissions-flat-amid-major-growth-plan-217554/?source=russia


    Russia’s Sibur sees emissions flat amid major growth plan

    Russia’s largest petrochemicals producer Sibur aims to complete massive growth plans without additional emissions as Russia's biggest corporates get increasingly serious about their ESG obligations

    By NEO August 6, 2021

    Russia’s largest petrochemicals producer Sibur aims to complete massive growth plans without additional emissions, according to a comprehensive report on results and sustainability in 2020.

    The company plans to keep greenhouse gas emissions flat through a combination of renewable energy, carbon offsets, storage and technology across its business — even as it plans to build the world’s largest basic polymer plant in the Russian Far East at Amur, near the Chinese border, according to the report. Sibur has already deployed solar power at one of its units and plans to explore additional generation.

    Sibur has been a leader in ESG in Russia, where corporates integrated into international financial structures tend to lead the way.

    “We are successfully transitioning to a strategy and management system fully based on ESG principles, which will allow Sibur to develop as one of the most responsible and sustainable companies in the industry in the interests of all stakeholders,” Chief Executive Dmitry Konov said in release with the report, the contents of which reveal the company’s progress and represent an important step in implementation, he said.

    The concern was among Russia’s first to dive into sustainability-linked borrowing. Earlier this year it took out a $50 million loan from Unicredit, where the interest rate is linked to Sibur’s performance on sustainability targets. The sum may not be large in context of the company’s annual spending, yet it shows willingness to be an early mover with ESG-related instruments.

    Sibur’s business history has consisted of development in parallel with emissions reduction. The company began as an aggregator of associated petroleum gas, a byproduct of drilling for oil which had previously been burned off. Over the last decade Sibur, which processes that gas and feeds it into national grids, has been increasingly using that feedstock to create higher value polymers.

    The company ramped up to full capacity last year at its recent mega project, ZapSibNeftekhim, in Tobolsk, Siberia. And now it has set its sights on again increasing polymer production with a new plant in the Far East.

    Turning gas molecules into polymers keeps them from being ignited, burned and contributing to global warming, at least initially. It should be noted that natural gas is considered by many a transition fuel, as it is cleaner than oil and coal and can be blended with clean hydrogen or carbon storage, supporting a transition to electric cars. That said, the creation of plastics comes with a whole different set of circular economy initiatives. Sibur seeks a leadership role here as well, according to the report.

    The company has a project underway for a line of green granule PET production that will integrate 25% recycled material into its content. It has additionally put focus on research and development for advances in recycling processes which can increase yields.

    This comes as Russia has started to get more serious about waste collection and sorting that enables the process, which globally still requires large efficiency gains. Sibur has sought to contribute to collection and trade in secondary polymers and other materials via the Reaktor platform. The platform is a centralized online market place for buying and selling recyclable materials that aims to improve B2B sales and practices and allow for greater scale with future volume.

    Plastics are to some degree a victim of their own success in delivering cost-effective solutions in packaging, transport and medicine, especially in the pandemic era. Recycling technology, collection and processes need to and should catch up to the huge popularity of plastics among consumers. But success will take time and coordinated action.

    Sibur’s efforts in developing recycling and limiting emissions are welcome, especially in a period where it is going through a period of major growth. Progress is possible without damage to the environment. That’s Sibur’s plan, and there is no reason it shouldn’t be able to follow through.

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    Post  flamming_python Mon Aug 09, 2021 6:50 am

    Another port is being developed near St. Petersburg, as the previous big project in Ust-Luga west of the city, is continuing to come online

    This time it's the port of Primorsk, north of the city

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    It will have 10 berths for loading/unloading goods, which will include containers, coal, minerals and agricultural produce.
    It's rated for up to 70 million tons a year

    The first stage is to be put into operation by the end of 2023

    This is all being done not only to move away from reliance on the Baltic States ports, but also because plans call for the St. Petersburg port itself (a very major one) to be basically be moved outside the city limits, so that land can be reclaimed and used for residential and commercial development.

    So the development of Ust-Luga, Primorsk, as well as the other ports in the Leningrad region - Vysotsk and Vyborg, are quite necessary.

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    Post  ALAMO Mon Aug 09, 2021 10:50 am

    Those 3 ports combined, will be able to operate 400 mln tons a year. That equals the combined output of all the ports in the Soviet Union.
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    Post  flamming_python Mon Aug 09, 2021 10:58 am

    ALAMO wrote:Those 3 ports combined, will be able to operate 400 mln tons a year. That equals the combined output of all the ports in the Soviet Union.

    Well they will have to

    Russia is less self-reliant than the USSR, it has to import more and it has to export more, and it also has a role as a transport corridor between Europe and Asia that it didn't back in those days

    Adding to that, what were the major European ports of the USSR? Odessa, Riga, Tallinn.. I think even some goods went through Polish ports.

    And now Russia doesn't have those, so has to focus on building up capacities elsewhere.
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    Post  ALAMO Mon Aug 09, 2021 11:18 am

    The biggest issue is, that Russian ports possess a rather pathetic container operation infrastructure.
    Enough to say, that all the ports they have, combined, are about on par with the New York, with 5 mln TEU.
    And that does not come even close to the big players, as Shanghai itself hits 35mln.
    That is something that needs a speedy expansion because there will be transport from China if that would stay this way.
    The good news is, that the container terminal is simply a parcel with a wharf lane, several inexpensive cranes and some lorries. It can be constructed really fast if needed.
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    Post  flamming_python Mon Aug 09, 2021 11:22 am

    ALAMO wrote:The biggest issue is, that Russian ports possess a rather pathetic container operation infrastructure.
    Enough to say, that all the ports they have, combined, are about on par with the New York, with 5 mln TEU.
    And that does not come even close to the big players, as Shanghai itself hits 35mln.
    That is something that needs a speedy expansion because there will be transport from China if that would stay this way.
    The good news is, that the container terminal is simply a parcel with a wharf lane, several inexpensive cranes and some lorries. It can be constructed really fast if needed.

    I agree the container infrastructure is pretty undeveloped

    But Russia is no Shanghai. It's not a mass exporter of consumer and finished goods. It's main seaborne exports are what, coal, grains, minerals, metals, lumber, oil, LNG and so on. All of those have their own specific infrastructure.

    Of course container terminals are necessary anyway, in Russia's role as a transit and logistics node for trade between Europe and Asia.
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    Post  owais.usmani Tue Aug 10, 2021 12:09 pm

    https://gelio.livejournal.com/260743.html

    Crimean bridge - the longest bridge in Russia

    Lots of good photos of the bridge.

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    Post  Russian_Patriot_ Wed Aug 18, 2021 9:26 pm

    POZIS starts delivering household refrigerators to Israel. 

    Two-chamber refrigerators of the Full no Frost line, which have the most modern characteristics: the function of "super-freezing" and a high energy efficiency class A+, which provides economical electricity consumption, which in itself is a priority on the world market, have become popular models for export. The advantage is also in the presence of an antibacterial coating, which completely eliminates the risk of reproduction of pathogens. Full no Frost technology with a state-of-the-art cooling system avoids the formation of ice and frost on the walls of the freezer.

    POZIS refrigerating equipment is competitive in quality and price, which explains its high popularity abroad: in cooperation with JSC "Russian Export Center" (REC) for the first seven months of 2021, exports increased by more than 70% compared to the same period last year.

    There is also a significant demand abroad for pharmaceutical refrigerators and freezers, including specialized refrigerating devices for storing blood and plasma while maintaining constant temperature parameters.

    In the production of all POZIS medical equipment, the necessary technical solutions are used to meet the modern requirements of the "cold chain" - storage of medicines with constant temperature conditions and GMP standards. The refrigeration equipment is certified in accordance with the requirements of the European Union ("CE") quality standard.

    "POZIS products have a high export potential. We are actively promoting our developments, expanding the range and volumes supplied abroad, not only to the CIS countries and Western Europe. The new contract is an important step in strengthening the partnership with the State of Israel for the subsequent implementation of POZIS-branded refrigeration equipment in the Middle East. In addition, we are meeting the strategic goals set by Rostec State Corporation to increase the share of civilian products in the defense industry to 50% by 2025. According to the results of seven months of this year, this indicator is more than 45%" – said Radik Khasanov, General Director of POZIS JSC.

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    Post  Russian_Patriot_ Thu Aug 19, 2021 8:32 am

    Sasta machine-tool plant has delivered a batch of pipe-cutting machines to Ecuador and Australia. 

    Two SA983S10F3 CNC pipe-cutting machines with a distance between the centers of 1 meter were manufactured and shipped for the Ecuador oil-producing company ENGIPETROL S.A.

    In early 2021, a similar model of pipe-cutting equipment SA983S30F3 was delivered to Australia at the Redmond Gary Australia machine-building enterprise, which produces specialized equipment (lifting and transport equipment). The SA983S30F3 machine has a distance between the centers of 3 meters, which allows you to process long parts.

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    Post  miketheterrible Thu Aug 19, 2021 8:42 am

    It's funny how no more than 5 years ago that Russia was importing CNC machines, now making modern ones and industrial 3D printers, and exporting them.

    Russian patriot, don't stop posting. You are a breath of fresh air on this forum compared to so many trash people.

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    Post  ALAMO Thu Aug 19, 2021 9:33 am

    Making them and exporting them does not mean, that they will cease to import any.
    Sure they will, if only can be more suitable for the applied operations.
    Machinery used to be a quite viable part of SU export, and a good resource of hard currency. Good to see it's restitution.
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    Post  limb Thu Aug 19, 2021 10:13 am

    kvs wrote:
    limb wrote:How much potholes does the average russian road have? Roads are very vulnerable to low level corruption because the money for the gravel base can be stolen with almost complete impunity. Thus when the road is ready, it looks perfect, but in a few months its teeming with potholes because the foundation is too thin.

    Actually very few potholes.   Ukrainians who move to the Russian hinterland are shocked to find that the quality of roads and
    infrastructure is so high.  By contrast even the main roads in Kiev are in a bad state of upkeep.

    The urban development thread has videos on this subject.


    Thats good to hear. The fact that russian goods transportations goes through waterways and railroads mainly would help make the roads last longer due to less trucks.


    Also a video about the rescuscitation of a tidal energy project in the far east. If built, it would have the power output of several nuclear plants. Very interesting how the russians were pioneers of this. While it doesnt habitat destruction, its not the the same extent as hydropower. With such a tidal energy source, Russians could have even cheaper electricity and goods prices.

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    Post  Arrow Thu Aug 19, 2021 10:45 am

    Russia also produces quite advanced medical equipment. During the pandemic, they provided respirators, they also reportedly have very good MRI machines, etc.
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    Post  flamming_python Thu Aug 19, 2021 10:57 am

    Arrow wrote:Russia also produces quite advanced medical equipment.  During the pandemic, they provided respirators, they also reportedly have very good MRI machines, etc.

    Those respirators had a habit of self-combusting; in St. Petersburg at least there was a fire in a hospital because of them. One of those models was rapidly developed by some company when the corona hit, and this was the result.

    MRI machines are good though
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    Post  Russian_Patriot_ Thu Aug 19, 2021 11:49 am

    Rail laying on the first railway bridge between Russia and China completed. 

    Rail laying on the bridge between Russia and China across the Amur River is completed. On August 17, construction workers closed the Russian and Chinese parts of the railway track, reports TASS with reference to the Chinese Central Television.

    The Nizhneleninskoye-Tongjiang crossing will be the first railway bridge between the two countries. Of the total length of 2.2 kilometers, the Russian side accounts for 309 meters.

    The design speed of traffic is 100 kilometers per hour, with a capacity of 21 million tons of cargo per year. Russia plans to export iron ore, coal, mineral fertilizers and timber across the bridge.

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    Post  Russian_Patriot_ Tue Aug 24, 2021 12:03 pm

    Novatek's Large-Capacity Offshore Construction Center (formerly known as the Kola Shipyard) in the Murmansk Region is under construction. 
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    The shipyard is designed for the construction of gravity-type offshore structures for mining. 

    The shipyard has 2 dry docks, its territory is more than 150 hectares.
    The dimensions of the two dry docks are 400 meters long, 175 meters wide and 20 meters high. These will be the largest dry docks in Russia. Both the SSK Zvezda dock under construction and the existing Bay plant dock are smaller in size.

    The plant has a mooring front with a length of 1,290 meters, which includes six berths, including a 384-meter-long completion embankment, which is intended for completion and commissioning. Taking into account the completion of the embankment, the capacity of the Kola Shipyard will allow to simultaneously produce three platforms for liquefying natural gas.

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    Rostec structures to launch production of new air navigation equipment with the support of FRP. 

    Industrial Development Fund (VEB Group.Russian Federation), as well as the structures of Rostec – Novikombank and Natspromleasing within the framework of the Army-2021 forum, signed an agreement on a comprehensive review of the investment project of Azimut (also part of Rostec) to modernize the production of air navigation equipment and manufacture large-scale electronic products.

    The document was signed by Asker Saidov, General Director of Azimut JSC, Roman Petrutsa, Director of the FRP, Elena Georgieva, Chairman of the Management Board of Novikombank, and Dmitry Eroshok, General Director of Natspromleasing, in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov. The amount of planned financial support under the Azimuth project is 10.5 billion rubles.

    "With the help of soft loans from the FRP and credit lines from Novikombank and Natspromleasing, our company will create a modern high – tech production of radio navigation equipment based on the principles of system automation and robotization at its own production site in the Kaluga Region, thanks to which our company plans to take a significant share of the world market in air traffic control and biometric accounting in order to ensure air and information security in the coming years" – Asker Saidov, General Director of Azimut JSC, said. 

    Aviation telecommunications, navigation, surveillance and air traffic control automation equipment are planned to be manufactured at the new production site in the Kaluga Region. These include radio beacons, radars, automated VHF and UHF communication receiving and transmitting centers, instrument landing systems, voice communication switching systems, and transponders.

    "The joint work of the FRP, Novikombank and Natspromleasing gives a start to a large-scale project with a total amount of financial support of more than 10 billion rubles for the production of high-tech and popular products. FRP plans to provide several loans totaling up to 3.35 billion rubles at 1% per annum under the Priority Projects and Leasing programs, and the National Industrial Leasing is ready to provide another 1.5 billion rubles for equipment leasing. Our joint work on reviewing the investment project will allow us to conduct a parallel comprehensive analysis of the entire perimeter of the transaction in a short time, exchange expert opinions and risk management opinions, and make a final decision on financing on very favorable terms for the enterprise" – Roman Petrutsa, director of the FRP, said. 

    Azimut also intends to produce new systems of biometric identification of a person based on the iris of the eye and on the papillary pattern of the fingers and palm, which have no analogues in the Russian Federation.

    "Support of high-tech domestic enterprises is one of the main activities of Novikombank, the mainstay bank of Russian industry. We pay special attention to this project, as the funding is aimed at introducing new technologies in the production of air navigation equipment, which are the basis for achieving the best global indicators for ensuring the safety and economy of air traffic. The total amount of financial participation of Novikombank is planned to amount to 5.65 billion rubles in the form of a loan to the enterprise and bank guarantees to secure loans from the FRP" – Elena Georgieva, Chairman of the Management Board of Novikombank, commented. 

    In addition, the MIG hardware platform compatible with cryptographic information protection tools will be developed as part of the funded project. Devices based on this platform meet the requirements of national programs for digitalization and digital transformation of key sectors of the economy and will also be produced at the new production site. Among them: the MIG T8X business tablet, the MIG LT10 service tablet, the MIG S6 industrial smartphone, and the MIG KB4 mobile thermal printer.

    "It is important for us to contribute to the development of automation in the air navigation sector. We see an increased demand for technological equipment as part of the import substitution program, so our task is to support Russian manufacturers to create a healthy competitive environment. This partnership is part of a systematic effort to modernize industrial enterprises through leasing, factoring and project financing mechanisms" – Dmitry Eroshok, General Director of the National Industrial Leasing Company, said.

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    Post  Russian_Patriot_ Sun Aug 29, 2021 8:42 am

    Dronshub company has started working on an automated product assembly system. 

    Dronshub LLC, a resident of the High-Tech Technopark Universitetskiy in the Sverdlovsk region, has started working on an automated logistics system designed to work in distribution centers of retail and logistics companies.

    The customer of the system is the Stroitelny Dvor company. In all distribution centers of the Stroitelny Dvor company it is necessary to include the software for logistics management and Dronshab rovers which tasks include the automated collection of goods from warehouses distributed on the territory of the Distribution Center and their delivery to the point of picking up orders.

    Main technical characteristics of the DH:FRAME rover:
    load capacity: 400kg
    dimensions: 1500×1500mm
    power reserve: 30km
    speed: 10km / h
    autonomous driving, the ability to control via the Internet

    The project "Dronshub" in the distribution centers of the company "Stroitelny Dvor" is the creation of a ground transport and logistics infrastructure for collecting goods from warehouses located on the territory and delivering them to the point of picking orders.

    The Stroitelny Dvor company operates in 17 cities of the Russian Federation.

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    Post  Arrow Sun Aug 29, 2021 9:03 am

    Novatek's Large-Capacity Offshore Construction Center (formerly known as the Kola Shipyard) in the Murmansk Region is under construction.  wrote:

    Impressive Russia is building another shipbuilding complex comparable to Zviezda Shocked

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    Post  Russian_Patriot_ Fri Sep 03, 2021 7:49 pm

    Atomflot has signed an agreement on the construction of four floating nuclear power units. 

    As reported by FSUE Atomflot, on September 3, 2021, in Vladivostok, within the framework of the Eastern Economic Forum, FSUE Atomflot (an enterprise of the State Corporation Rosatom) and LLC GDK Baimskaya, controlled by Kaz Minerals Group, as part of the implementation of a comprehensive investment project plan for the development of the Baim ore zone, signed a preliminary agreement on the supply of electricity to ensure the operation of the Baim Mining and processing Plant.

    The agreement was signed by Mustafa Kashka, General Director of FSUE Atomflot, and Oleg Novachuk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of GDK Baimskaya LLC.

    As part of the signed agreement, Rosatom State Corporation will provide electricity to the largest project in the post-Soviet space in terms of estimated reserves of copper and gold. FSUE Atomflot will supply 4 modernized floating power units (hereinafter – MPEB) with an installed capacity of at least 106 MW each, with the commissioning of the first two power units in the area of Cape Nagleynin by the beginning of 2027, the third-by the beginning of 2028, the fourth - by the beginning of 2031. The total investment in the energy supply project will amount to over 150 billion rubles.

    According to the terms of the agreement, the supply of electricity with the MPEB will be carried out at Cape Nagleynin. One of the most important conditions of the preliminary agreement is the legislative (if necessary) and/or regulatory regulation of the issues of ensuring the "take and pay" principle in the supply of electricity in the Russian Federation. Within the framework of the signed agreement, the parties confirmed their basic agreements on the price of electricity in the amount of 6 rubles per kWh in 2020 prices (including indexing) and consumption volumes.

    The General Director of FSUE "Atomflot" Mustafa Kashka noted: "The agreement with GDK Baimskaya LLC is a landmark not only for the development of Atomflot, but also for the global market of transportable low-power nuclear power plants. The deal for such a volume of electricity was concluded on commercial terms and as part of the implementation of a project for the development of minerals in a remote area of the country. Atomflot, with its considerable experience in operating a nuclear icebreaker fleet and low-power reactor installations, is a natural partner in such projects. We are grateful to GDK Baimskaya LLC for supporting our offer."

    Oleg Novachuk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of GDK Baimskaya LLC, said: "Thanks to the agreement with Atomflot, it is possible to economically develop the largest Baimskoye field located in a remote area where there is no appropriate infrastructure. We are confident that in partnership with Atomflot, such a large project will be implemented effectively, which, in the end, will have a favorable impact on the socio-economic development of the entire macroregion."

    Following this, on September 3, 2021, in the development of the above-mentioned agreement, also within the framework of the Eastern Economic Forum, a cooperation agreement was signed between JSC Atomenergomash and FSUE Atomflot.

    The document was signed by Andrey Nikipelov, General Director of JSC Atomenergomash, and Mustafa Kashka, General Director of FSUE Atomflot. 

    The subject of the agreement is cooperation in the framework of joint implementation of infrastructure projects in the Arctic, including the implementation of the project for the energy supply of the Baim ore zone at the expense of modernized floating power units (MPEBs).

    Floating power units are a logical continuation of Atomenergomash's work in the shipbuilding market and one of the most promising new areas of nuclear energy. The project is a development of the idea of floating nuclear power plants of low power, embodied by Rosatom in the floating power unit "Akademik Lomonosov" (PATES), which currently provides electric and thermal energy to the network of the city of Pevek in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.

    "A number of advantages of floating power units, such as high maneuverability when issuing power, the possibility of fixing the electricity tariff for a long time (up to 40-60 years), as well as the possibility of placing several power units on one site, and the rapid movement of PEB in case of changes in demand for their products, make this type of power plants a very promising product both in Russia and abroad" – Andrey Nikipelov, General Director of Atomenergomash JSC, said. 

    "We are pleased to deepen cooperation with the engineering division of Rosatom State Corporation in such an important area as floating power units, as we anticipate further growth in demand in this segment in the Russian Federation and abroad. We hope to jointly implement several energy projects in the future" – Mustafa Kashka, General Director of FSUE Atomflot, said.

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    Post  PapaDragon Fri Sep 03, 2021 10:20 pm

    Russian_Patriot_ wrote:Atomflot has signed an agreement on the construction of four floating nuclear power units. 
    ector of Atomenergomash JSC, said. 
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    Post  flamming_python Sat Sep 04, 2021 3:13 am

    PapaDragon wrote:
    Russian_Patriot_ wrote:Atomflot has signed an agreement on the construction of four floating nuclear power units. 
    ector of Atomenergomash JSC, said. 
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    I think that's the Lomonosov design

    The new-gen floating NPPs in development are considerably more compact
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    Post  PapaDragon Sat Sep 04, 2021 3:38 am

    flamming_python wrote:....
    I think that's the Lomonosov design

    The new-gen floating NPPs in development are considerably more compact

    Could be but it was described as new one

    Here is previous image:

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    Post  x_54_u43 Sat Sep 04, 2021 4:20 am

    Curious as to which shipyard will construct it, Baltica's two slipyards are full with current icebreakers, Zvesda is packed with their own orders and the yard isn't fully finished yet anyway, Zaliv is also full, Sevmash is out of the question. SevVerf doesn't have that kind of capacity (I think), I doubt Rosatom plans to build another shipyard for this(we would have heard by now), plus it would take rather long to construct.

    Perhaps metal hull or blocks from a foreign yard arrive then furnished?

    Edit, first two are due in 2027, so maybe they could wait until Baltica is freed up, or just build a new shipyard.

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