• World’s first ice-breaking gas carrier
  • Arctic oil discovery
  • Year-round oil transportation from the Gulf of Ob
  • World’s first ice-breaking gas carrier

    will provide year-round transportation of LNG in the Ob Bay and Kara Sea, Yamal LNG project

    LNG carrier Christophe de Margerie
    Capacity : 172,600 m3
    Ice class : Arc7
    Ice-breaking capability : 2.1 m
    Number of Azipods : 3
    World’s first ice-breaking gas carrier
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  • Arctic oil discovery
    Sovcomflot is a participant in the Prirazlomnoye project
    The Arctic shuttle tanker Mikhail Ulyanov
    Deadweight: 69,830 tonnes
    Ice class: 1А Super
    Draught (Loaded): 13.6 m
    Arctic oil discovery
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  • Year-round oil transportation from the Gulf of Ob
    Unique ships designed for transportation of Russian oil
    Arctic shuttle tanker Shturman Albanov
    Deadweight: 41,454.5 tonnes
    Ice class: Arc7
    Draught (Loaded): 9.5 m
    Year-round oil transportation from the Gulf of Ob
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Company history
  • Sovcomflot took delivery of Okeanskiy Prospect, the lead vessel in a series of two new-generation LNG-fuelled Aframax tankers ordered at Zvezda Shipyard
  • SCF and Gazprom Neft pioneered Marine LNG bunkering in Russia: tanker Korolev Prospect completed the first ever domestic LNG fuelling operations at the Port of Ust-Luga
  • The Company introduced the new series of ice-class shuttle tankers built for the Sakhalin-1 project
  • Novoportovskoye gas condensate field is located to the south of the Yamal peninsula. Oil extracted from the field is transported via a terminal in the Kamennyi district of the Gulf of Ob.
  • Yamal LNG is an integrated project for natural gas production, liquefaction and marketing. Sovcomflot began serving the project in 2017.
  • Prirazlomnoye oil field was opened in 1989 and is situated on Russia’s Arctic shelf, 32 nautical miles into the Pechora Sea. The offshore ice-resistant platform “Prirazlomnaya” provides for well drilling, oil extraction, preparation, storage and the offloading of oil into SCF tankers.
  • The Varandey project is a system of crude oil production and shipping in Russia’s Arctic region. Its operator is LLC LUKOIL-Trans, an affiliate of PJSC LUKOIL.
  • Sakhalin-2 is one of the world’s largest oil & gas projects, for which a comprehensive energy infrastructure for the production, transportation and processing of hydrocarbons was built. The project operator is Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Limited (“Sakhalin Energy”).
  • This project involves the development of oil & gas reserves in the Sea of Okhotsk, on the north-eastern shelf of Sakhalin Island, including the Chaivo, Odoptu and Arkutun-Gagi fields.