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Sovcomflot is Russia’s largest shipping company, and one of the global leaders in the maritime transportation of hydrocarbons, as well as the servicing and support of offshore exploration and oil & gas production.
The company’s fleet (owned & chartered) specialises in hydrocarbon transportation from regions with challenging icy conditions and includes 143 vessels with a combined deadweight of 12,411,552 tonnes with the average age of 7 years. A third of these vessels have a high ice class.
The fleet comprises:
– LNG- and petroleum gas carriers;
– Crude oil carriers of the tanker sizes VLCC, Suezmax, Aframax and Panamax, including shuttle tankers;
– Product-carriers of the tanker sizes MR, LR I, LR II and Handysize;
– Ice-breaking supply vessels;
– Research vessels for offshore geophysical exploration;
– Panamax bulk carriers;
– Low-tonnage chemical tankers and ships for transporting asphalt and bitumen;
– Port tugs.
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Sovcomflot operates vessels in the segments that are in highest demand by the leading Russian and international oil & gas companies. The company services large-scale energy projects in Russia and abroad, including Sakhalin-1, Sakhalin-2, Prirazlomnoye, Varandey, Tangguh and Peregrino. Sovcomflot’s unique engineering solutions and unrivalled range of the very latest technologies, chiefly for undertaking shipments in extreme climatic conditions, allow it to satisfy the most complex requirements of its clients, and provide them with reliable and effective transportation services.
Sovcomflot is one of the largest ordering customers of civil ship-building in the Russian Federation.
The company is registered in Saint-Petersburg and has representative offices in Moscow, Novorossiysk, Murmansk, Vladivostok, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, London, Limassol, Madrid, Singapore and Dubai.
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