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DRILLING VESSEL FOR THE RUSSIAN ARCTIC. THE CONCEPT OF DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION

JOURNAL: 2014, №2(14), p. 58-60

RUBRIC: Innovative technology to develop the Arctic

ORGANIZATIONS: Krylov State Research Centre

UDC: 629.124

Keywords: Arctic drilling vessel, winterization, dynamic positioning, ice class, emergency evacuation system, ship parameters, turret anchor-mooring system

Bibliographic description: Drilling vessel for the Russian Arctic. The concept of design, construction and operation. Arctic: ecology and economy, 2014, no. 2(14), pp. 58-60. DOI: . (In Russian).


ANNOTATION:

When creating an Arctic drilling vessel, the nature and terms of financing, design and construction, concept of operation and infrastructure support, administrative and technological capabilities of the shipyard, need for localization and competitive counteraction, etc. have an effect on its architectural and constructive shape along with the engineering and design aspects. The article shows only technical side of the problem, i. e. drilling vessel project. Technical parameters of the vessel are not final and are in the process of updating in accordance with the requirements of promising members of the business project.


Reference:

1.  Проект бурового судна презентуют на международных конференциях // http://www.setcorp.ru/main/pressrelease.phtml?news_id=46018.

2.  Tarovik V. I. The concept of Drillship for Russian Arctic Shelf / Arctic Regional Oil&Gas Conference. Stavanger, Norway. 26 of February 2013.

3.  Таровик В. И. Cуда технологического флота нефтегазовых месторождений: Буровое судно // Neftegaz.Ru. — 2013. — 3. — С. 46 (http://issuu.com/neftegaz.ru/docs/march_13).


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DOI 10.25283/2223-4594