Arctic seaports will be able to accept 44 million tons of cargo more

The development of Arctic ports envisaged in the federally funded project "Development of seaports" will increase their capacity by 44.3 million tons per year. On November 29, IA REGNUM was informed about it in the press service of FSUE "Rosmorport".

It refers to the completion of the reconstruction of the Pevek port (Chukotka), which will provide an increase in the port's capacity by 0.8 million tons of cargo per year.

The completion of the construction of a ferry and passenger berth in the Anadyr estuary in 2021 will increase the transportation of passengers and cars. The investment project of the Murmansk Commercial Sea Port berths by 2024 will increase cargo traffic by 2.5 million tons of coal per year. Reconstruction by 2025 of the third cargo area of ​​the Murmansk Commercial Sea Port will provide an increase in capacity of 1.5 million tons of mineral fertilizers per year. The construction of the NOVATEK offshore LNG transshipment complex in the Murmansk region will increase by 21.11 million tons per year by 2022.

Moreover, the construction of the Lavna coal transshipment complex will give an increase in cargo traffic up to 18 million tons of coal per year from 2023. Reconstruction of berth No. 7 in the port of Anadyr will increase the port's capacity by 0.1 million tons per year starting from 2030. The reconstruction of the seaport of Naryan-Mar will increase the cargo traffic by 0.3 million tons per year starting from 2030.