LNG carrier plying Northern Sea Route
New Russian vessel for use in Arctic waters can cut through up to 1.5-meter sea ice without the need for an escorting icebreaker
An ice-capable Russian LNG carrier, the Christophe de Margerie, is following the Northern Sea Route around the Arctic coast of Russia, in route between the Norwegian Barents Sea and South Korea, the Barents Observer has reported. The vessel is carrying LNG from Statoilís Melkoya gas terminal on the....
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