PORT OF MURMANSK-LIINAHAMARI
Crude oil trans-shipment shore terminal designed to trans-ship oil from the Russian arctic off-shore and on-shore hydrocarbon deposits delivered by ice-class shuttle tankers with a deadweight of up to 70,000t to conventional tankers with a deadweight up to 160,000t. Handling capacity 12,000,000t per annum.
Specialized container terminal and general cargo Arctic supply base with three births capable to handle up to 10,000 TEU ice class and conventional container ships. One million TEU per annum handling capacity. Handling of container traffic in transit via the Northern Transit Sea Route by way of trans-shipment from Arctic class container carriers navigating on the freight line Russian Far East ports – Terminal Murmansk-Liinahamari to conventional container carriers navigating on the freight line Terminal Murmansk-Liinahamari – ports of Western Europe and opposite direction.
150 km west of Murmansk and the Kola Bay close to the border of Norway and Finland, in the Devkina Zavod Bay near the Liinakhamari settlement
Natural Advantage: Located in a full year ice-free deep-water bay naturally protected from currents, strong waves and winds by surrounding fiords
Land Plot: Long-term lease up to 2061 (directly with Federal Government)
Hinterland Infrastructure: Distance to rail road – 7 km
Capacity: Total projected capacity of 15 million tons per year, suitable for oil trans-shipment terminal, container terminal and arctic development projects supply base