Our Arctic Neighbors: Asian icebreakers for Russian terminal
Keppel Singmarine shipyard in Singapore teams up with Finnish engineers, scientists to master art of Arctic technology
For Petroleum News
Singapore doesn’t sound like a potential location for building Arctic icebreakers, and in fact it hasn’t been — until now. For the first time two such vessels have been built in Asia, by Keppel Singmarine, for use by Russia’s Lukoil at the Varandey terminal in the Barents Sea. The first icebreaker,....
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