|1 March 2010|
|15:15||SovcomflotNew SCF Tanker Leaving St. Petersburg|
|1 November 2008|
|09:14||Admiralty ShipyardsTanker for Sovkomflot (photo)|
|30 April 2008|
|09:00||Saint-Petersburg"Transsib Bridge" For Sofkomflot |
|18 December 2007|
|17:39||shipbuildingNew Tugs Constructed at Admiralty Shipyards|
|3 December 2007|
|17:29||Saint-PetersburgNew Tanker for Sovkomflot (photo)|
|24 August 2007|
|19:23||shipbuildingAdmiralty Shipyard Delivers "Tverskoy bridge"|
|6 August 2007|
|19:28||seaAker Kaverner Signes Contract with Admiralty Shipyard|
|27 November 2006|
|17:06||seaDual Classification of Russian Arctic Tankers|
Lloyd’s Register and Russian Maritime Register of Shipping are jointly going to class two 70,000 DWT ice strengthened double-acting shuttle tankers ordered at Admiralty Shipyards in St Petersburg for year-round service between the Pechora Sea and Murmansk, reports Scandinavian Shipping Gazette.
Sevmorneftegaz, Sovcomflot and Admiralty Shipyards have signed a trilateral contract for the building of the vessels for delivery in 2008.
|21 November 2006|
|16:38||seaProtea Delivers Cranes to Admiralty Shipyard (Photo)|
|20 November 2006|
|18:50||seaSovcomflot Signs Loan Agreement |
On November November 20, 2006 Sovcomflot Group and German bank HSH Nordbank AG have signed a Loan Agreement of $434 mn today.
|31 October 2006|
|14:12||shipbuildingAdmiralty Shipyards To Increase Income by 40%|
State company Admiralty Shipyard is planning to increase income in 2007 by 40% - up to 14 bn.
|30 October 2006|
|14:49||seaTanker Tavrichesky Bridge Delivered to Sovcomflot (photos)|
30 October 2006 at Admiralty Shipyard the sixth tanker was delivered for JSC Sovcomflot.
|22 June 2006|
|13:25||seaTanker for Sovcomflot Launched|
On June 22 2006 Admiralty Shipyard launched the new product tanker to the order of Sovcomflot JSÑ.
|15 June 2006|
|13:49||seaAdmiralty Shipyard Launches Tanker|
On June 16 2006 Admiralty Shipyard launches the "Tavrichesky Bridge" product tanker built to to the order of Sovcomflot JSÑ.
|17 May 2006|
|17:49||seaFive New Tankers for Sovcomflot|
Sovcomflot JSC plans to order 3 more tankers in addition to the series iof 47 th.tons dwt vessels at the Admiralty Shipyard JSC.
|17:40||seaSovcomflot Replenishes Fleet |
On May 17 2006 Admiralty Shipyard delivered the "Theatre Bridge" product tanker of 05-55 project built to the order of Sovcomflot JSÑ.
|15 May 2006|
|10:22||seaSovcomflot Posts Results |
Sovcomflot is showing confident growth in profits despite what it refers to as weaker possibilities in the recent freight market.
|12 May 2006|
|16:49||seaFifth Tanker for Sovcomflot |
On May 17 2006 Admiralty Shipyard delivers the "Theatre Bridge" product tanker to the order of Sovcomflot JSÑ.
|21 April 2006|
|09:26||seaShips Leave Russian Register|
Istanbul's Palmali Shipping is planning dual-class registration for the 10 handysize products tankers it has just acquired from LUKoil of Russia.
Palmali confirms it has acquired the ships for $265m, as reported at the end of last week, and says it has already taken delivery of four of the tankers, with the remainder to come in the immediate future.
The ice-class ships used by LUKoil for Arctic trading consist of the 20,000-dwt "Saratov" and "Usinsk" (both built 2002), "Kalingrad" (built 2001) and "Magas" (built 2000), the 20,000-dwt "Astrakhan" (built 1999), the 15,400-dwt "Sankt-Petersburg", "Maikop" and "Murmansk" (all built 1999) and the 14,800-dwt "Volgograd" (built 1998) and "Perm" (built 1997).
The vessels were mostly built by Admiralty Shipyards in St Petersburg or Aker MTW Werft.
Palmali says they will be employed between ports in the North Sea, the Baltic, the Barents Sea and the Norwegian and White Seas.
The ships will be classed with DNV, in addition to their existing classification with the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, but it appears that some may be taken out of the Russian flag.
Palmali said: "Some of the ships will sail under Russian flag."
Palmali will handle the commercial management of the vessels but technical management will be shared with Sovcomflot, the largest Russian shipping company, "on the basis of pool co-operation", a Palmali executive says.
|30 March 2006|
|12:59||seaAdmiralty Shipyard Lands Maersk Order |
The Admiralty Shipyard is making progress to fulfil its ambition to diversify and build more sophisticated ships.
It has secured its first order with AP Moller-Maersk subsidiary SvitzerWijsmuller and is said to be close to a contract for two more tankers from Russian-based Sevmorneftegaz.
Although the deal with SvitzerWijsmuller involves only a pair of ice-breaking firefighting tugs to be deployed in the Russian Far East Sakhalin-2 LNG and crude oil project, they will be built to the highest A1 Super standard
The St Petersburg-based yard is already an established supplier of tankers and, in December 2004, inked deals with Gazprom subsidiary Sevmorneftegaz for a pair of sophisticated ice-breaking panamaxes, together costing around $180m.
Russian media now report that Admiralty will receive orders during April 2006 for two more 70,000-dwt ships from Sevmorneftegaz, which holds the licences for the Prirazlomnoye oil field and Shtokman gas condensate field.
Simultaneously, Admiralty has been promoting itself in the offshore sector and sees the SvitzerWijsmuller vessels, albeit tugs, as a toehold.
It is understood these 70-tonne bollard-pull icebreakers are the same Canadian design as a pair being built by Copenhagen-based SvitzerWijsmuller in Singapore, also for Sakhalin-2.