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Navigation completed in Yakutia

This year, navigation as a whole went without any particular complications, but next year promises to be difficult, said the Minister of Transport and Roads of Yakutia Semyon Vinokurov at the collegium of the Ministry of Transport and Roads of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the State Committee for ensuring the life of the population of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia ). This is due to the fact that in 2015 the construction of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline will begin and the supply of goods to the Republic will significantly increase, so the main task for next year is to ensure unhindered delivery of goods to all uluses, without delays or complications.

As it was noted, the cargo transportation volumes in navigation amounted to 2766,2 thousand tons, which is 108% to the same level of 2013 year, and cargo turnover was 2692,2 million tons-km. In total, 720 units of fleet, reloading equipment, auxiliary and track vessels were introduced into the navigation. 385 units of the fleet participated in the cargo delivery process. One of the factors of successful navigation is its early discovery in the Lena basin. Since 28 May the shipping situation on the section of Ust-Kut-Kirensk has been opened. Further on the Lena River, the actual terms of opening the shipping situation were also earlier planned.

This year, the inflow of water into the Vilyui reservoir made it possible to ensure timely delivery of goods for consumers of the Vilyui group of uluses. Moreover, during the navigation period, gas condensate was transported from the field in the village of Kysyl Syr to the upper reaches of the Lena River for commercial purposes. More than 100 units were involved in the transportation of goods. fleet, including 50 units. fleet of JSC "LORP", 21 units. fleet of OOO SK Yakutsk, as well as the fleet of water transport enterprises of the Irkutsk region. In total, 151,1 thousand tons were delivered. cargo, including 59,8 thousand tons. Fuel and energy resources, 88,8 thousand tons construction cargo and 1,5 thousand tons. methanol for the needs of gas condensate production and 1,0 thousand tons. agricultural products and PTN products.

On the Arctic rivers, navigation as a whole also passed without special complications. On the Indigirka River, the transportation of depot cargo was in normal mode. On the Kolyma River, more than 3 thousand tons of cargo for emergency recovery operations were delivered. On the Yana River, navigation began from 5 June, traditionally the transportation of goods started with the delivery of diesel fuel for power generation. The first ships laden with coal were sent from the village of Ust-Kueiga on 12 June.

Taking into account the shallow water in the Batagai-Saydy section, the priority was directed to the accumulation of the minimum required volume of coal at the Saydy settlement (14 thousand tons). Otherwise, if the fleet had followed to Batagai at the available depths on the rifts, accumulation in Saydy would not have been ensured. Taking into account the above factors, for the needs of Housing and Communal Services of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), 1 tons were delivered to Batagai. coal and 651 tons. coal to the village of Saydy, the press service of the Ministry of Transport and Roads of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) reports.

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