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EMERGING MARITIME NATIONS. Russia

 

Table of Contents

A. RUSSIA COUNTRY PROFILE

A.1 Executive Summary

A.2 Geography

Main ports covered in this publication

A.3 Recent History

A.4 Economy

Natural Resources

A.5 Trade

WTO Membership

B. CONTAINER TRANSPORTATION

Russian Baltic

Non Russian-Baltic: Finland

Non-Russian Baltic: (Eastern) Baltic States

North European Hubs

 

B.1 Baltic Russia

Container carriers serving St Petersburg

Terminals in St Petersburg

First Container Terminal

PetrolesPort

Moby Dick

OMG Onega RoRo Terminal

JSC Sea Port of St Petersburg (SPS)

Russmarine

Terminal Developments

Baltic Container Terminal in Ust-Luga

Lomonosov

Vyborg

Kaliningrad

Container carriers serving Kaliningrad

Terminals in Kaliningrad

B.2 Black Sea Russia

Novorossiysk

NUTEP

Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port (NCSP)

Novoroslesexport (NLE)

Non-Russian Black Sea Ports

Constanta

Odessa

Ilyichevsk

 

B.3 Far East Russia

Vostochny

Container carriers serving Vostochny

Developments

Vladivostok

Full Container Shipping Services to Vladivostok

Vladivostok Container Terminal (VCT)

Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port (VSFP)

Nakhodka

Developments

Other Far East Russia Ports

Korsakov and Kholmsk

Vanino

Petropavlovsk (Khamchatskiy)

Magadan

Anadyr

 

B.4 Container Shipping Services connecting Russia

Introduction

North Europe - Baltic services (those calling at Russian ports only)

St Petersburg services

Kaliningrad Services

Intra-Baltic

Mediterranean - Black Sea services (those calling at Russian ports only)

Intra-Black Sea services (those calling at Russian ports only)

Far East - Black Sea services (those calling at Russian ports only)

Intra-Far East services (those calling at Russian ports only)

Far East Russia domestic services

Other than full container services connecting Russia

Arctic Ocean

Baltic

Black Sea

Far East

Deepsea

 

C. FULL CONTAINER SERVICES - CAPACITY ANALYSES

Baltic-related container services

Capacity split for St Petersburg and Kaliningrad

Black Sea- related container services

Far East-related container services

Top 10 carriers all three trade routes

FESCo – capacity split for international trades and domestic routes

Total capacity of container operations serving Russia – split by area

Notes to capacity rankings

 

D. INLAND BOX TRAFFIC IN RUSSIA

D.1 Customs

D.2 Trucking

D.3 Rail

JSC Russian Railways

Coordinating Council on Transsiberian Transportation (CCTT)

TSR notes

TSR statistics of transit containers

TSR overall statistics

New TSR initiatives

TSR projects

D.4 Operators on the TSR

DVTG/Far Eastern Transport Group

Eurosib Group

Ruscon

Russian Troika

TransContainer

Trans Siberian Express Service (TSES)

 

CRUDE OIL AND NATURAL GAS

D.5 Recent History – Control of the means of production

The Yeltsin “Revolution”

The Putin “Counter-revolution”

Yukos and Gazprom

Foreign affairs

 

E. CRUDE OIL

E.1 Production

E.2 Russian Exports

Domestic Demand and Export Markets

Transportation of Crude Oil exports

 

F. NATURAL GAS

F.1 Power Geopolitics

F.2 Natural Gas Production

F.3 Natural Gas Export Markets

F.4 Petroleum Products

F.5 Western Siberia

Natural Gas

Logistics

Crude Oil

Logistics

F.6 Barents Sea (Pechora Sea)

Natural Gas

Crude Oil

Logistics

F.7 Timan-Pechora

Natural Gas

Crude Oil

Logistics

F.8 Volga-Ural

Logistics

F.9 Pre-Caspian and Northern Caucasus

Reserves in the Caspian Sea Region

F.10 Eastern Siberia

Sakhalin

Sakhalin I

Sakhalin II

Sakhalin III-VI

 

G. PORTS HANDLING OIL EXPORTS

G.1 Baltic Sea

Primorsk

Vysotsk

Kaliningrad

St Petersburg

Non-Russian Baltic ports

Tallinn

Miiduranna

Sillamae

Finnish and Other Baltic ports

G.2 Black Sea

Novorossiysk

Sheskharis Oil Terminal (SOT)

Importpischeprom Terminal (also known as the IPP Terminal)

CPC-Offshore Terminal

Tuapse

Kavkaz

Other ports handling Russian oil cargo

Odessa

Yuzhny

Batumi (Georgia)

G.3 Northwest Russia

Murmansk

Offshore Terminals

Onshore Terminal of Murmansk

Port Vitino

 

H. DRY BULK AND GENERAL CARGOES – INTRODUCTION

 

H.1 Baltic Sea

St Petersburg

Kaliningrad

Ust-Luga

H.2 Northwest Russia

Murmansk

Archangelsk

H.3 Black Sea

Novorossiysk

Tuapse

Eisk, Taganrog and Port of Azov

H.4 Far East

Vostochny

Nakhodka

Vanino

Port of Posiet and Maly Port

Vladivostok

H.5 GRAIN

Black Sea

Novorossiysk

Rostov-on-Don

Port of Azov

Taganrog

Eisk

Kavkaz

Tuapse

H.6 COAL

Arctic

Murmansk

Baltic Sea

Ust-Luga

St Petersburg

Far East

Developments

Black Sea

H.7 STEEL

Baltic Sea

Far East

Black Sea

 

I. COMPANY PROFILES: LEADING RUSSIAN SHIPPING COMPANIES:

I.1 FESCO Transport Group

I.2 MSCO

Northern Shipping Company

I.3 Prisco

I.4 Sovcomflot

 

J. OTHER DATA

J.1 Russia - short economy profile

J.2 Sources

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