|12 September 2006|
|12:10||seaOil And Oil Products Handling in South Russian Ports: 7 Months|
In January-July 2006 the ports of the Azov ad Black Sea reions handled 81910.1 th.tons of oil and oil products (+1.4% year-on-year).
In July oil and oil products handling made 1.1976.6 th.tons (+3.8% month-on-month).
The ports increased the handling volumes of oil by 2%.
|7 September 2006|
|19:21||seaContents of SeaNews Weekly 2006 analytical bulletin|
SeaNews Weekly No 150
When you are in Australia, swim the Nile
Big port of St.Petersburg posts statistics in the 6 months of 2006;
Murmansk port operations in January-June 2006;
Kaliningrad port turnover in 6 months of 2006;
Coal rail export towards the ports in 6 months of 2006;
Timber rail transportation towards the ports in 6 months of 2006;
Reefer cargo transportation in the North-Western ports in the 6 months;
Ferrous metals turnover via the Russian, Baltic and Ukrainian ports in January-June 2006.
Throughput of some of the ports of the Far East in H1 2006.
SeaNews Weekly No 147
Wandering zones of luck
Novorossiysk port complex operation in H1 2006;
Rostov port operations in January-June 2006;
Temryuk and Kazkaz ports turnover in 6 months of 2006;
Azov port operations in January-June 2006.
|16 December 2005|
|17:31||Port SaidAzov Port Turnover|
In the 11 months of 2005 the aggregate throughput of Azov transport hub increased by 20.5% to 2,759.4 th.tons.
|1 December 2005|
|15:09||seaTNK-BP Masters YUKOS' Route|
In January-October 2005 the bulk oil handling in the ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin amounted to 113,904.7 th.tons (against 113,267.2 th.tons).
|24 June 2005|
|11:37||seaSeaNews Weekly N 95 (week 27)|
Ilyichevsk port cargo turnover in 5 months 2005;
Mariupol port cargo turnover in 5 months 2005;
Yuzhny port cargo turnover in 5 months 2005.
Oil and oil products turnover via the Caspian basin in 5 months 2005;
Oil and oil products handling via the Azov-Black Sea basin in the 5 months of 2005;
Oil and oil products turnover via the Ukrinain ports in 5 months of 2005.
|18 May 2005|
|19:29||seaSeaNews Weekly N89|
The new issue of SeaNews Weekly 89 (20/05/2005) will contain:
Azov port throughput during 4 months of 2005
Aktau port throughput in January-April 2005
Rostov port's results for 4 months of 2005
Port of Taganrog: January-April results
Tuapse port throughput during 4 months
"Tugs to help".
|4 May 2005|
|13:24||Port SaidCargo Handling in Azov Port|
According to the transport bulletin SeaNews Weekly No 87, in Q1 2005 the aggregate throughput of the Azov port increased by 30.3% and made 603.2 th.tons.
In January-March 2005 the port increased the grain handling.
Detailed review on a subject is available in the SeaNews Weekly No 87 analytical bulletin.
|27 April 2005|
|16:52||seaSeaNews Weekly No 87|
The following materials will be available in the SeaNews Weekly No 87 analytical bulletin.
Novorossiysk port stevedores post results in Q1 2005;
Arkhangelsk port cargo turnover in Q1 2005;
Throughput of Rostov port in January-March 2005;
Throughput of Azov port in January-March 2005;
Cargo turnover in Temryuk and Kavkaz ports: Q1 2005.
Rail traffic export into the Russian ports in Q1 2005
Rail traffic export into the Ukrainian ports in Q1 2005
Cargo flows reviews
Oil and oil products handling in the Caspian basin in Q1 2005
Oil and oil products handling in the Azov and Black Sea basins in Q1 2005;
Metals handling market of Russia, Ukraine and the Baltic States: results of Q1 2005.
Cyprian ship's register: problems of the Turkish straits.
You may get acquainted with all the issues of SeaNews Weekly 2005 analytical bulletin.
|16 March 2005|
|11:38||seaNew Issue of SeaNews Weekly No 81|
The following information will be available in the SeaNews Weekly 81 (05/03/21) analytical bulletin.
- Throughput of stevedores of Novorossiysk port in February 2005;
- Throughput of stevedores of Taganrog port in February 2005;
- Throughput of Tuapse port in February 2005;
- Throughput of stededores of the Eisk port in February 2005;
- Throughput of Rostov port in January 2005.
Roro traffic development in the Black Sea.
|26 January 2005|
|13:19||seaGrain Handling in 2004|
According to SeaNews, 2.823 th.tons was handled in the ports of the Azov and Black Seas basin in 2004 (-35.58% year-on-year).
In the Baltic basin (including the Baltic States and the Neva firth), grain handling reduced as well.
|18 July 2003|
|15:53||seaContainer Traffic Prospects via Ukrainian Ports|
An interview with Georgy Tokman, executive director of the Baltic and Azov Sea Ports Association (BASPA)
|11 November 2002|
|11:00||seaBig Prospects of Small Ports|
An interview with Sergey V.
|10 November 2002|
|11:00||seaRussian and Ukrainian Black Sea Ports May Cooperate|
The Russian-Ukrainian business forum held September 2002 in Odessa focused on developing links between the two countries' ports in the Black Sea.
|27 August 2002|
|11:00||seaTRACECA: Plans and Investments|
The European Union annually earmarks EUR 9-11 ml to assist the TRACECA countries to develop their transport infrastructure.
|17 June 2002|
|11:00||seaUkraine: Outlooks for Shipping Privatization|
Over the last year, the number of vessels operated by the holding company Sea Trident, which took over the majority fleet of Black Sea Shipping Co, reduced by over 50%, told the Ukraine's Transport Minister Georgiy Kirpa the Ministry Board.
|11 June 2002|
|16:23||seaUkrainian Commercial Fleet Gets Ships|
The public prosecutor's office of the Odessa region, Ukraine, has submitted to the General prosecutor's office a protest against the Order by the Ukrainian transport ministry requiring ports to pass the port fleet they operate to Ukrainian Commercial Fleet.
|27 March 2002|
|11:00||seaPeculiarities of Functioning of North-South Transport Corridor at Modern Stage|
|14 March 2002|
|11:00||seaUkrainian Shipbuilding Industry: Results and Outlooks|
According to the Ukrainian State Statistics Committee, the rate of growth in the Ukrainian shipbuilding industry comprised 19.7% (+1% in comparable prices).
|5 February 2002|
|11:00||seaUkraine's National Shipping |
The field session of the Ukrainian Transport Ministry Board held February 18 in Odessa defined the restoration of the national maritime fleet a strategic priority for 2002.
The annual potential of the Ukraine's sea freight market is estimated at $0.8-1 billion.
|10 December 2001|
|11:00||seaUkrainian Ports: are new grain handling facilities indispensable?|