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For Murmansk shipbuilders, future is either Navy or Oil

From Barentsobserver

The yard has been acquired by Rosneft, but the shipbuilders in Roslyakovo will still continue to serve the Northern Fleet.

Shipyard No 82 in Roslyakovo outside Murmansk city will not lay down its work with navy vessels anytime soon, despite the takeover of the yard by oil company Rosneft. 274 more words


Russia to display its S-400 missile system in Murmansk

From Barentsobserver

The advanced missile system, which was included in the arsenal of the Northern Fleet in 2015, will for the first time be shown to the local public during the upcoming May celebrations. 128 more words


Murmansk transport hub trouble, again

From Barentsobserver

The development of the Murmansk Transport Hub might be in jeopardy as costs swell and a key private investor seeks way out of the project. 331 more words


Convoy (continued)

On 27 June 1942, convoy PQ17 set sail from Hvalfjord in Iceland for the Russian port of Archangel. The convoy comprised 35 merchant ships and a close escort of destroyers, submarines, smaller craft and two anti-aircraft ships, one of which, … 882 more words


Russia announces air force exercises with fighter jets over Barents Sea


MOSCOW — Russian fighter jets will take part in exercises on thwarting a potential missile attack in the Barents Sea, RIA news agency said on Thursday. 553 more words

Two new icebreaking rescue ships ready for Russia a little over two years after order placed

Seventeen months after the steel was first cut, two brand new icebreaking rescue and salvage vessels for the Russian Arctic are ready at Nordic Yards in Germany, writes… 392 more words

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