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Director of Sovcomflot UK took part in the meeting of the Arctic Committee of the House of Lords of Great Britain

The director of Sovcomflot UK, Nicholas Ferfax, among other experts and representatives of shipping companies, took part in the meeting of the Arctic Committee of the House of Lords, during which he informed about the experience of the vessels of the SCF in the Arctic and transit flights of tankers of the company along the Northern Sea Route. This is the press service of the company.

In his speech, he noted that “since the moment when the first ever large-capacity tanker SKF Baltika made its transit passage along the Northern Sea Route, only four years have passed, but during this time, shipping in the Arctic has noticeably intensified, and the voyages performed by Sovcomflot group vessels have proved the commercial viability of the high-latitude route ”.

The Sovcomflot Group vessels from 2010 have regularly cross the Northern Sea Route during the period of Arctic navigation. Currently, the company's fleet includes 153 vessels of total deadweight 12,7 million tons. A third of the ships has a high ice class. Sovcomflot participates in servicing major energy projects in Russia and abroad: Sakhalin-1, Sakhalin-2, Varandey, Prirazlomnoye, Tangguh, Escobar, Peregrino. The head office of the company is located in St. Petersburg, SCF representative offices are located in Moscow, Novorossiysk, Murmansk, Vladivostok, London, Limassol, Madrid, Singapore and Dubai. 

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