Port Infrastructure Development Center JSC confirmed its readiness to provide a cargo base in the amount of 18 million tons starting from 2024
The "Lavna" terminal, which belongs to the Murmansk transport node, should be launched in December 2023. This was reported to journalists in the administrative office of the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Andrei Belousov following a meeting on the implementation of the project for the integrated development of the Murmansk transport node.
"Work traffic on the section of the Vykhodnoy - Lavna station railway line and the Lavna terminal should be launched in December 2023. An updated roadmap for the development of the Murmansk transport node should be presented to the first deputy chairmanship of the Russian government within two days," they noted in the administrative office.
As part of the meeting, the Port Infrastructure Development Center JSC confirmed its readiness to provide a cargo base in the amount of 18 million tons starting from 2024 at a rate of $ 7.5 per ton. "Between PIDC JSC and Commercial Sea Port "Lavna" a corresponding binding agreement has been signed on the principles of take-or-pay. The complex supply of coal under the contract will be provided at the expense of the own cargo base of PIDC JSC, as well as at the expense of the coal mining companies LLC UK Sibanthracite, JSC Stroyservice, the TELF AG group and EP Resources AG, which have entered into supply agreements with PIDC JSC, - they reported in the office of the first deputy prime minister.
The meeting was attended by the Governor of the Murmansk Region Andrei Chibis, representatives of the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economic Development, Russian Railways, GTLK and shippers.