BIG STONE /Primorsky Krai/, September 8. /TASS/. The portfolio of “Stars” today consists of 14 vessels reported to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin the head of “Rosneft” Igor Sechin.
“Given the order of “Rosneft” portfolio “Stars” consists of 14 vessels. But to exit on a positive economy of operation of the company until 2035, the need to charge a portfolio of 188 vessels. Unfortunately, the reality differs from our expectations,” Sechin said.
According to him, now in China, placed about 50 orders for the production of ships from Russian companies. Sechin stressed that the legislative changes necessary to protect the Russian shipbuilders. “It takes appropriate action on amendments to the legislation aimed at protecting domestic shipbuilders and shipping companies,” he said.
The head of “Rosneft” also has informed the President that “Rosneft” and “Rosmorport” signed a contract for the construction of four shallow-draught icebreakers.
“Ready today to report to you the conclusion of the contract for construction of four shallow-draught icebreakers “Rosmorport”. This is a definite help for the formation of portfolio of orders “Stars,” – said Sechin.
The Project “Star”
On the basis of Zvezda shipyard in Bolshoi Kamen 2009 created Russia’s first large-scale shipbuilding shipyard with a refining capacity of 330 thousand tons of steel per year, based on the project launched the priority development areas of the “Big Stone”. In the coming years, there should be Russia’s largest shipyard civil shipbuilding, is able to produce a whole range of medium and large vessels and marine equipment, including tankers, gas carriers, elements of drilling platforms, supply vessels and seismic exploration.
The original project was created and began to implement the United shipbuilding Corporation (USC) and South Korean company Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. (DSME, a subsidiary of Daewoo). In 2012, DSME emerged from the project, and USC lost a package of 75% minus two shares of the far Eastern center of shipbuilding and ship repair (dtsss, including the shipyard “Zvezda” and a number of other shipbuilding sites); the consortium of “Modern shipbuilding technology”, created by Gazprombank and “Rosneft”.
The phased commissioning of the complex “Zvezda” will be completed in late 2024.
The construction of a new shipbuilding complex is conducted in two stages. The first phase of construction of the shipyard includes a block body production and paint booths, outdoor heavy slipway transmitter dock for building ships and marine equipment and plant saturation. Block body production and painting chambers put into operation in 2016.
The second phase of construction is the largest in Russia dry dock and production departments of a complete cycle for the construction of large vessels and marine equipment.