Распоряжение по перевозкам газа по СМП

Foreign-Flagged Tankers Allowed to Trade from Sabetta

  • The Government of the Russian Federation has allowed vessels flying foreign flags to transport gas and condensed gas from Sabetta.

    Vessels time-chartered for at least 15 years are allowed to trade until December 30, 2043. The list of such vessels is set by an Appendix to the Governmental Order.

    Foreign-flagged vessels that are time-chartered for no longer than 6 months are allowed to carry gas and condensed gas from Sabetta until December 31, 2021.

    The list of the vessels allowed to trade until the end of 2043 is as follows:

    • Christophe de Margerie,
    • Boris Vilkitsky,
    • Fedor Litke,
    • Eduard Toll,
    • Vladimir Rusanov,
    • Rudolf Samoylovich,
    • Vladimir Vize,
    • Georgiy Brusilov,
    • Boris Davydov,
    • Nikolay Zubov,
    • Nikolay Yevgenov,
    • Vladimir Voronin,
    • Nikolay Urvantsev,
    • Georgiy Ushakov,
    • Yakov Gakkel,
    • Yuriy Kuchiev,
    • Boris Sokolov,
    • Clean Horizon,
    • Clean Ocean,
    • Clean Planet,
    • Clean Vision,
    • Lena River,
    • Yenisei River,
    • Yamal Spirit,
    • LNG Dubhe,
    • LNG Merak,
    • LNG Phecda,
    • LNG Megrez.

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