JSC “Nordic Engineering” has signed a cooperation agreement with the ANO “Information and Analytical Center of the State Commission for the Development of the Arctic”. In order to assist each other in solving scientific and technical issues related to the development of the Arctic zone of Russia, the parties intend to jointly participate in scientific and practical projects and industry events, the press service of Nordic Engineering reports.
One of the main specializations of Nordic Engineering is the projects of vessels having the Arctic class: marine fire‒fighting rescue tug of the NE011 project; port icebreaker 6-8 MW of the IBP07 project; multifunctional rescue vessel of the MPSV06-NY project; multifunctional rescue vessel of the NE025 project; universal supply vessel of the NE035 project; multifunctional ice class tug Arc4. of the NE034 project. The company also specializes in projects of modernization and technical updating of equipment of research vessels with a navigation area in northern latitudes.
From December 2020 to June 2022, the company developed modernization projects for four research vessels for the P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 2022, repair work will start on the research vessel “Academician Nikolay Strakhov”. A general repair and installation of equipment is planned on the vessels “Academician Sergey Vavilov” and “Academician Lavrentiev”, their modernization will be completed in 2023. Modernization of the vessels “Academician Mstislav Keldysh” and “Academician Ioffe” will be completed in 2024.
Within the framework of the development plan of the Northern Sea Route (NSR), the company carried out work in the interests of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise Hydrographic Enterprise (Rosatom State Corporation) on projects for the modernization of research vessels “Peter Kottsov”, “Grigory Mikheev” and “Alexey Maryshev”.
Recall that on August 2, 2022, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin approved a plan for the development of the NSR until 2035, which included more than 150 events, including the construction of 16 port infrastructure facilities. The total amount of funding is about 1.8 trillion rubles.