The Northern Sea Route - the shortest sea route between the European part of
Russia and the Far East.
Currently, the most important goal of cutting passes through the Arctic - to revive
the Northern Sea Route and use it to export Russian crude to the Asian market.
This report is the fifth in a series of reports on the development of ports of various
marine basins adjacent to Russia. It contains the latest information on the port
capacity, infrastructure and plans for their development. Furthermore, it describes
the integration of the port infrastructure with its environment and offers outlooks
on economic prospects for adjacent regions.
Information presented in this report may be of interest for the following groups:
Russian and foreign carriers;
Potential investors in the sector of the market;
Other market participants.
Object of study: the market of ports of the Arctic Basin.
Area of the study: Russia and the Arctic Basin.
Objective: to analyze the state of and prospects for development of ports of the
The name and characteristics of the port location;
The range of goods and the dynamics of turnover;
Specifications and port infrastructure;
Development plans for the port.
Methods of Research: To achieve the objectives, print and electronic materials
business and trade publications, statistical books, the internet and other sources
were monitored and evaluated.
Volume and structure of the report: The report consists of four chapters totalling 85
pages, illustrated with 30 charts, 35 tables and 8 figures and 2 schemes.
Please Note: This report is currently available in Russian language only. English translation (at no extra costs) requires 10-14 business days