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10.04.2015
April, 9 - Russian-Norwegian conference in the framework of two projects: “Maritime Preparedness and International Partnership in the High North” (MARPART) and “Search and Rescue in Eastern Barents Sea” (SEBS). These projects are to develop Russian and Norwegian cooperation, to achieve mutual understanding at providing safe sailing in the North, to involve interested sides into discussion, to develop and implement common programs at training of personnel.
09.04.2015

April, 8th: "Association of arctic projects contractors "Murmanshelf" has organized and held the 5th international conference “Arctic Logistics” supported by the Government of Murmansk region. Co-organizers of the conference: Ministry of Transport and Road Facilities of Murmansk region, Committee for Development of Industry.  
31.03.2015


April, 9 - Russian-Norwegian conference in the framework of two projects: “Maritime Preparedness and International Partnership in the High North” (MARPART) and “Search and Rescue in Eastern Barents Sea” (SEBS).
10.03.2015

Norwegian and Russian rescue centers will team up with coast guard forces from both countries for a joint exercise on search and rescue and oil spill preparedness.

The joint exercise “Barents 2015” will be arranged as planned in the border areas in the Varanger Fjord in June.
28.01.2015

A public hearing on the development of one of the most perspective oil and gas areas in the Barents Sea takes place in Pechenga, the Russian municipality in Murmansk region bordering on Norway and Finland.
23.01.2015

April 8, 2015 - 5th international conference "Arctic Logistics". Organizer is NPO "Association "Murmanshelf" supported by the Government of Murmansk region.
12.01.2015

Brent crude tumbles below $50 per barrel on Wednesday, but Eni insists the economics are robust at the €4,86 billion Goliat field. Also the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association has great faith in the future in the Barents Sea.
25.12.2014
24.12.2014
A final meeting of the project 'Enhancement of Oil Spill Response System by Establishing Oil Database' (KO 437) within the framework of the KOLARCTIC ENPI CBC Programme was held in Rivaniemi, Finland on December 10.

The meeting was attended by partners from Russia, Finland, Norway: State Regional Center for Standardization, Metrology and Testing in the Murmansk region, the Northern Branch of Marine Rescue Service, Murmansk Department for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring, Ministry of Economic Development of the Murmansk region and Storvik Consult, University of Oulu / NorTechOulu, Finnish Environment Institute, Norwegian Coastal Administration, Troms and Finnmark, and the representatives of the Joint Managing Authority of the Kolarctic Programme.
23.12.2014

Construction is to begin next January on a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in northern Finland.
27.11.2014

Vietnamese state-owned company PetroVietnam strikes a deal with Gazprom-Neft on the development of the Dolginskoye field in the Pechora Sea.
20.11.2014
NPO "Association "Murmanshelf" held the 7th international conference "Arctic Shelf Development: Step by Step" on the 18-19th of November supported by the Government of Murmansk region. The co-organizer of the event was Committee for Development of Industry and Entrepreneurship of Murmansk region. The conference was one of the events of III Murmansk International Business Week. The main sponsor was Statoil company.
13.10.2014

Regional environmental center of the Northern fleet is going to be formed in the Arctic region in near future
08.10.2014

International conference and exhibition on shipbuilding and production of hiqh-tech equipment for continental shelf development Offshore Marintec Russia was opened in new congress center “Expoforum” on the 7th of October (Saint Petersburg).
29.09.2014

Rosneft successfully completed the drilling of the northernmost well in the world – the Universitetskaya-1 well in the Arctic. According to the results of the drilling Rosneft has made an oil discovery at the East-Prinovozemelskiy-1 license area. The drilling was completed in record-breaking time - in one and a half month - in compliance with all the technological and ecological standards and requirements.
25.09.2014

Guests represented University of Helsinki, University of Tampere, University of Turku, Kansai University, Hokkaido University, University of Lapland, as well as Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation and other companies.
25.09.2014
Dear colleagues,

Nonprofit organization “Association of Suppliers for Oil and Gas Industry “Murmanshelf” invites you to participate in the 7th International Conference «ARCTIC SHELF DEVELOPMENT: STEP BY STEP». The Conference will take place in Murmansk on the 18th – 19th of November, 2014 supported by the Government of the Murmansk Region in the framework of the III Murmansk International Business Week.
22.09.2014
The Prirazlomnoye project, Russia's first offshore oil project in the Arctic, is heavily dependent on foreign technology.

Production proceeds as planned, but parts of equipment and services will be replaced by Russian suppliers, a top leader of operator company Gazprom Neft says about Russia’s first offshore oil project.
08.09.2014
September, 6 – Maxim Sokolov, Minister of Transport of Russian Federation, and Marina Kovtun, Head of Murmansk region, gave a signal to start realization of the first stage of the project “Complex development of Murmansk transport hub”. The beginning of constructing works concerning federal objects was announced officially: railway station Vykhodnoy – bridge crossing river Tuloma – railway station Murmashi-2 – Lavna. Branch railway line is 46 km.
03.09.2014
Regional authorities in Murmansk six months ago started preparing a proposition for a presidential decree on changing the status of Roslyakovo from closed military town to industrial zone. Until now, Roslyakovo has been part of Severomorsk, which hosts the headquarters of the Northern Fleet, and was therefore closed to everybody that did not have an entry permit.
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