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Russian Arctic units to be armed with T-80BVM tanks

2020-7-26  Russia is strengthening its ground forces in the Arctic. All Arctic units will be armed by the end of 2020 with T-80BVM tanks fit for operations in the Extreme North. The Izvestia daily writes about the modern Russian ground forces in the Arctic, their composition and

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Ships moving in as Arctic sea ice level reaches record

2020-7-28  Arctic sea ice by 20th July 2020. Map by Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute A key reason for the major sea ice melting is the heat wave that in May and June moved across the Russian Arctic coast, leading to very low sea ice extent in the Laptev and Barents Seas, the researchers say.

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Why Russia Is Turning the Arctic Region into an

2020-6-10  Why Russia Is Turning the Arctic Region into an Economic Catastrophe. Russia has by far the largest Arctic population, the worst infrastructure, and the most to lose from warming temperatures.

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China, Russia, and Arctic Geopolitics The Diplomat

The Sino-Russian State of Play in the Arctic. marine industry and other sectors.” In 2017, China introduced the Polar Silk Road, a component of its global Belt and Road Initiative, as a

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Melting Arctic permafrost threatens Russian energy

2020-7-27  ly melting Arctic permafrost poses the greatest threat to major Russian energy producers’ infrastructure and financial indicators, according to a new Morgan Stanley report obtained by the Vedomosti business daily.

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Russia's Arctic Development: Problems and Priorities

What climate change and arctic development means for Russia, the environment, and the international community. The Arctic region is a vast area whose economic potential, through climate change and advanced technology, is becoming accessible for the first time in history. This potential includes hydrocarbon resources as well as shipping lines, fishing rights, and metal deposits.

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(PDF) Single-industry towns of the Russian Arctic

The article is devoted to the problems of strategic management of single-industry towns’ development in the Russian Arctic. It presents brief characteristics of the government policies in

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Russia's New Arctic Project Will Be Biggest in Global

Russia's New Arctic Project Will Be Biggest in Global Oil Rosneft The project will require over $150 billion in investments and will create 100,000 new jobs, Sechin told Putin.

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The Future of Russian Oil Production in the Short,

2019-9-11  the impact of sanctions on the financing of the Russian oil sector and the availability of international technology in some spheres (most specifically offshore, the Arctic, and shale oil), the immediate impact on Russian oil production would be low due to the number of new projects already under development or close to production.

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Russia's Lukoil sells rare Arctic crude oil to China

Russian oil producer Lukoil has sold a cargo of Varandey Blend crude to a Chinese buyer with the shipment sailing via Arctic waters in an unusual trade flow, according to industry sources and

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Russian Arctic units to be armed with T-80BVM tanks

2020-7-23  Russia is strengthening its ground forces in the Arctic. All Arctic units will be armed by the end of 2020 with T-80BVM tanks fit for operations in the Extreme North. The Izvestia daily writes about the modern Russian ground forces in the Arctic, their composition and

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Russian and Norwegian companies to drive oil and

2020-2-3  Russian and Norwegian exploration and production (E&P) operators have been expanding their operations in the Arctic region. Warming temperatures in the Barents Sea and northern coastline of Russia are giving an added impetus to resource development in this region, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

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Arctic Council The Russian Federation

2019-10-1  The Russian Arctic is an immense territory that stretches over 24,150 kilometers of coastline and includes: The whole of the Murmansk Region and the Nenets, Yamal-Nenets and Chukotka Autonomous Okrugs The extraction of natural resources, primarily oil and natural gas, is Russia’s primary Arctic industry. The country is the world’s third

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Russian Arctic air defense contour close to completion

2020-7-29  Russian Arctic air defense contour close to completion Aviation defence industry technology Posted On Tuesday, 07 July 2020 14:04 The creation of the main elements of the Arctic air defense is nearing completion. The region has developed into a place of standoff between various countries of late. Russia has been therefore creating

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Russia's Arctic Development: Problems and Priorities

What climate change and arctic development means for Russia, the environment, and the international community. The Arctic region is a vast area whose economic potential, through climate change and advanced technology, is becoming accessible for the first time in history. This potential includes hydrocarbon resources as well as shipping lines, fishing rights, and metal deposits.

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Japan in the Russian Arctic The Diplomat

Likewise, the Arctic LNG 2 is essential for Russia’s regional development of Arctic fields and the government’s plan to raise LNG production to 73 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) as early as

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Cold rush: Why India is rushing to the Arctic The

2019-9-30  India’s footprint in the Arctic oil and gas sector is increasing with Indian state-run companies investing $5 billion in various oil projects in the Russian far-east.

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RUSSIA’S ARCTIC SIPRI

2016-4-27  Arctic and its cooperative engagement in Arctic governance outweighed, in the eyes of other Arctic states, any potential threats from its efforts to introduce new security capacity in the region. Since 2000 the Russian Government has been heavily engaged in developing energy resources and shipping in the Arctic region, including through building

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PAPER OPEN ACCESS The impact of innovative

The impact of innovative transformation of industry on the socio-economic development of the Russian Arctic To cite this article: V Tsukerman et al 2019 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 302 012108 View the article online for updates and enhancements. This content was downloaded from IP address 207.46.13.177 on 04/04/2020 at 06:43

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Russia’s Arctic Strategy: Energy Extraction (Part III

The Arctic is regarded as an enormous source of natural resources. Considering the significance of the energy industry to the Russian economy, exploiting the Arctic is considered an essential mechanism for Russia’s social and economic development.

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Russian Arctic units to be armed with T-80BVM tanks

2020-7-26  Russia is strengthening its ground forces in the Arctic. All Arctic units will be armed by the end of 2020 with T-80BVM tanks fit for operations in the Extreme North. The Izvestia daily writes about the modern Russian ground forces in the Arctic, their composition and

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Russian Arctic air defense contour close to completion

2020-7-29  Russian Arctic air defense contour close to completion Aviation defence industry technology Posted On Tuesday, 07 July 2020 14:04 The creation of the main elements of the Arctic air defense is nearing completion. The region has developed into a place of standoff between various countries of late. Russia has been therefore creating

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Russian Oligarchs Battle Over Nornickel’s Arctic Oil Spill

2020-7-14  Two of Russia’s most powerful and influential business owners are at each other’s throats, so to speak, over a fuel oil spill into pristine Siberian Arctic turf in May. Oleg Deripaska, the

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Russia’s Grand Plan For Arctic Oil Is Under Threat

2020-4-29  According to government estimates, the measures could lead to €216 billion investments in the Russian Arctic zone until 2035. This was the case before the COVID-19 crisis.

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Chinese seeking Arctic adventures boosting Russian

Russian tourism industry bolstered by growing numbers of Chinese visitors. Chinese tourists made up the largest group going on Arctic tours in Russia in the last few years, Sputnik News reported

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Battle For The Arctic: Russia Plans Nuke Icebreaker, US

WASHINGTON: Two Russian companies announced an agreement today to build the world’s most powerful nuclear icebreaker, the first step in a bold new Arctic strategy Moscow hopes will bring riches

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Japan lines up Russian Arctic oil investment Financial

Japan’s government and its state-owned oil group have emerged as leading contenders for a stake in Rosneft’s $157bn Arctic project. Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and Japan

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Chinese seeking Arctic adventures boosting Russian

2018-1-18  Chinese seeking Arctic adventures boosting Russian tourism industry By Shan Jie Source:Global Times Published: 2018/1/16 18:53:39 Russian tourism industry bolstered by growing numbers of Chinese

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Disastrous Russian Oil Spill Reaches Pristine Arctic

A 23,000 ton oil spill that prompted Russian President Vladimir Putin to declare an emergency last week has now reached a pristine Arctic lake, and there are concerns it could contaminate the Arctic Ocean. Environmentalists and local officials have raised alarms about the disaster, which they say is the worst of its kind in the Russian Arctic.

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Oil and Gas of the Russian Arctic: History of

Today, Russia is one of the three world leaders in the production of hydrocarbons: in 2014, our country produced 525 million tons of oil and 668 billion m3 of natural gas. At the same time, more than 90% of our gas and 10% of oil comes from the deposits in the Russian sector of the Arctic. In this article, Alexey Kontorovich shares his vision of the present and future of the oil-and-gas

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