«Совкомфлот» отправил два танкера из Приморска по СМП

Sovcomflot Sends Two Tankers to Northern Sea Route from Primorsk

  • Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port Group has reported loading two of Sovcomflot’s “green” tankers, “Lomonosov Prospect” and “Mendeleev Prospect” at its terminal in Primorsk in the Baltic.

    Both shipments are designated for China. “Lomonosov Prospect” left Primorsk on September and now is in the Norwegian Sea, according to AIS data. “Mendleev Prospect” departed on October 1 and is sailing in the Baltic off Ventspils.

    The ETA dates is October 28 for “Lomonosov Prospect” and November 1 for “Mendleev Prospect”.

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