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STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF CARGO TRANSPORTATION ALONG THE NORTHERN SEA ROUTE: THE HISTORY, PRESENT AND PROSPECTS

JOURNAL: 2015, 4(20), p. 104-110

RUBRIC: Problems of the Northern Sea Route

AUTHORS: Belkin M.M., Ruksha V.V., Smirnov A.A., Arutyunyan V.V.

ORGANIZATIONS: FSUE Atomflot

UDC: 656.61

Keywords: Panamaks, nuclear-powered icebreaker, year-round navigation, icebreaker leader, icebreaker-months, JSC Yamal SPG, offshore icebreaker, Northern Sea Route, liquefied natural gas, NSR transit

Bibliographic description: Belkin M.M., Ruksha V.V., Smirnov A.A., Arutyunyan V.V. Structure and dynamics of cargo transportation along the Northern Sea Route: the history, present and prospects. Arctic: ecology and economy, 2015, no. 4(20), pp. 104-110. DOI: . (In Russian).


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The needs for nuclear-powered icebreakers and intensity of their operation continue to rise along with economic growth in the Russian Arctic. In the coming years, there will be tenfold increase in volumes of freight traffic along the Northern Sea Route (NSR). The traffic will be supported by nuclear icebreaker fleet. Dynamics of changes in traffic along the NSR, transit shipping development, the benefits of nuclear energy for icebreaker fleet by the examples of icebreakers of Russia and the United States, as well as prospects for nuclear icebreaker development are considered in the article.


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