|2 June 2005|
|18:13||seaCTC Expansion Problem|
Remarks by Ian MacDonald, General Director of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium
CIS Oil and Gas Summit
Paris, 2 June 2005
The Caspian Pipeline Consortium began loading tankers in October 2001.
|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".
|29 March 2005|
|17:09||seaNew Issue of SeaNews Weekly No 83|
The following information will be available in the SeaNews Weekly 83 (05/04/04) analytical bulletin:
- Astrakhan traffic center in February 2005;
- Throughput of Aktau port in February 2005;
- Throughput of Temryuk and Kavkaz ports in February 2005.
Interview with Tagir Izmailov, the chairman of Novoship JSC
- Bulk oil handling in the Caspian Sea in February 2005;
- Metal handling in the Ukrainian ports in January-February 2005;
- Metal handling via the Russian ports in January-February 2005;
- Russian coal market in February 2005.
Third generation of ferries for the Caspian Sea;
World shipbuilding trends: March 2005.
|2 March 2005|
|14:22||seaSeaNews Weekly No 79|
The following information will be published in the issue of SeaNews Weekly 79 (05/03/02) analytical bulletin.
- Throughput of Temryuk and Kavkaz ports in January 2005;
- Cargo handling of Aktau port in January 2005;
- Throughput of Rostov port in January 2005;
- Throughput of Astrakhan port transport center;
- Work results of Ukrainian stevedores in the year 2004;
- Ukrainian Railway traffic.
Ro-ro traffic in the Black Sea.
|2 February 2005|
|18:41||seaSeaNews Weekly No 75|
The following information will be available in the next issue of SeaNews Weekly No 75 (05/02/07) analytical bulletin:
- Novorossiysk stevedores post results for 2004;
- Throughput of Rostov port in the year 2004;
- Throughput of Eisk port: results and prospects;
- Aktau port, an outpost of Kazakhstan at Caspian Sea, posts work results in 2004;
- VR Cargo traffic to Russian and CIS countries in 2004.
Projects of the port capacities development in the North West region.
|30 August 2002|
|11:00||seaBlack Sea Transport Network Integration Prospects|
Regional freight shipping results and outlooks
The Black Sea transport network today includes over 20 ports of the Organization for Black Sea Economic Cooperation’s (OBSEC) member states with the total cargo throughput over 220 ml t.
|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.
|22 May 2001|
|11:00||seaPositive Aspects in Development of Competition between Alternative Eurasian Transport Corridors and Routes|
The existing Eurasian transport corridors and routes can be conditionally classified into two groups.
The first group are traditional transport corridors, which comprise railroad routes connecting West Europe with CIS and Central Asia; Baltic, Black Sea transport corridors; Transsiberian Main Line as well as the sea route via Suez.
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