Грузооборот Арктического бассейна в феврале 2022 года в деталях

Export via Russian Arctic Ports Up 35% in July 2022

  • The sea ports in the Russian Arctic handled 8.1 mn tons of cargo in July 2022, down 4.4% year-on-year.

    According to SeaNews PORTSTAT analytic online service, cabotage dropped by 32.7% to make 3.3 mn tons, and import by 81.1% down to 6 thousand tons. Export grew by 35% amounting to 4.8 mn tons.

    The share of the Arctic basin in the total freight traffic via Russia’s sea ports made 11.2% in July.

    Almost half of the aggregate Arctic ports’ throughput was crude oil accounting for 42.9% or 3.5 mn tons. Coal and coke accounted for 20.4% or 1.6 mn tons, and LNG for 19.1% or 1.5 mn tons.

    The highest growth was in the containerized cargo segment, which was up 43.1% to 237.7 thousand tons, and refrigerated cargo, up 15.9% to 35.7 thousand tons.

    The commodities that declined the most were scrap metal, down 85.6% to 1.6 thousand tons, and timber and logs, down 54.9% to 28.3 thousand tons.

    Murmansk accounted for 55.5% or 4.5 mn tons of the Russian Arctic sea ports’ throughput in July 2022, Sabetta handled 27.5% of the total or 2.2 mn tons, and Beringovsky 5.6% or 448.4 thousand tons.

    Photo: Yamal LNG

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