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Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
Barentssekretariatet ved Oddgeir Danielsen
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  • 1. Oil, Gas and Transport Infrastructure in the High North Oddgeir Danielsen – 2009.10.29
  • 2. The Barents region • 13 regions • 5,5 million inhabitants Finnmark Troms Vadsø Tromsø Kirkenes Nordland Murmansk Nenets Bodø Lapland Norrbotten Murmansk Naryan-Mar Rovaniemi Luleå V äs terbotten Oulu Umeå Oulu Kainuu Kajaani K arelen Arkhangelsk K omi Ark hangelsk Syktyvkar Petrozavodsk
  • 3. Some Oil and Gas fields
  • 4. Oil and Gas fields in Northwest Russia
  • 5. Known Gas Volumes Ludlovskaya Ledovskaya Varandey More Stokmanovskaya 3800G Murmanskaya 840G Severo Kildinskaya Snøhvit 1050 G 170G G = 1 billion m3 gas
  • 6. Oil and Gas fields in Northwest Russia
  • 7. Transport of Russian LNG VLCC – >320.000 dwt < 110.000 dwt *) < 145.000 dwt *) Max 90-100 mln t/y **) Delay 15-25 days **)
  • 8. Oil transport routes
  • 9. Ship to Ship - STS
  • 10. Export Capacities from North-West Russian Ports Oil Terminals Capacity 2002 2008 2015 Ob Bay 500’ 600’ 3 000’ Varandey 1 500’ 12 500’ 12 200’ Prirazlomnoye 7 500’ Arkhangelsk 2 500’ 4 500’ 7 000’ Vitino 4 000’ 10 000’ 12 000’ Teriberka 7 500’ Murmansk 2 000’ 8 000’ 8 000’ Mokhn Pakhta 2 500’ 5 000’ Lavna 25 000’ Pechenga 30 000 TOTAL 10 500’ 38 100’ 117 200’ All volumes in thousand tonns
  • 11. Tanker Traffic in Europe
  • 12. Oil & Gas projects in the Russian High North
  • 13. 73’08”N – 43’33”E SHTOCKMAN
  • 14. Shtockman – sailing distances
  • 15. Construction and installation
  • 16. Drilling operations
  • 17. The Northern Sea Route and the Northern Maritime Corridor
  • 18. Russian Liner Traffic along the NSR
  • 19. Arctic Container Transport
  • 20. Russian Transport Infrastructure
  • 21. Transport networks T r o msø Skibotn K i r ken es
  • 22. Who is shaping the future in the High North?

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