SCFs Tanker Carries Its First Crude Oil to Murmansk Port

first_imgzoom The 2016-built Arctic shuttle tanker Shturman Albanov, owned by Russian shipping major Sovcomflot, delivered its first shipment of crude oil produced at Gazprom Neft’s Novy Port field to the port of Murmansk on September 16.The cargo, comprising 34,000 tonnes of crude oil, was loaded at the Arctic Gate terminal, near Cape Kamenny in the Gulf of Ob, earlier last week.Shturman Albanov is the lead ship in a series of Arctic shuttle tankers ordered by Sovcomflot Group under a long-term contract with Gazprom Neft.Featuring around 42,000 dwt, a length of 249 meters and a width of 34 meters, the vessels are designed to carry crude oil from the Yamal peninsula to the port of Murmansk all year-round.The Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) assigned the vessels an ice class Arc7, while the construction of three vessels of the series was financed by Sberbank CIB under a 14-year USD 340 million credit facility agreement signed in December 2015.The Russia-flagged Shturman Albanov joined SCF’s fleet on 16 August, after which it sailed to its loading point in the Gulf of Ob.“The successful start to the operation of SCF’s Arctic shuttle tanker Shturman Albanov is really a landmark event. In fact, Sovcomflot’s new tankers will enable the year-round transportation of oil from the estuary of Ob for the first time in history,” Sergey Frank, Chairman and CEO of PAO Sovcomflot, said.last_img read more

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Calgarybased clothing store wants girls to have a healthy relationship with fashion

center_img Advertisement Login/Register With: Sometimes the staff at Triple Flip, a Calgary-based, cross-Canada tween-girls clothing chain, has to go right into the change rooms to fight back against bullying. They have the heartbreaking challenge of soothing teary 9-year-olds lamenting the lack of “thigh gap” in their back-to-school leggings.“There are so many delicate issues in fashion for this age group. What you say to girls matters,” says Linda Maslechko, the Triple Flip founder and CEO whose mission is to build healthy relationships with fashion one 9-year-old at a time. “Parents, sales people, other girls. It all matters. This is the age when young girls are learning how to look at themselves, to make their own choices about clothes, to articulate who they are.”Add in some dodgy societal messaging and you have a body shaming stew. Advertisementlast_img read more

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