The toxic smoke that for decades has embraced the borderlands between Russia and Norway might soon vanish. It will help save and restore vulnerable nature. But the local population worries that Nikel will end up as an abandoned ghost town
Natural gas company Novatek gets 40 billion rubles tax deductions for the building of a grand port terminal in the Gydan Peninsula. The deal is one of a series of tax benefits for the companies investing in Russia’s new Arctic projects.
Tugs start towing floating nuclear power plant across the Northern Sea Route from Murmansk to Chukotka in what is just the new beginning of a massive investment in new reactors for civilian and military purposes in the Russian Arctic.
The 30-years old container carrier “Sevmorput” is now being loaded with 200 refrigerated containers with fish at port in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy and will soon set sail for the Northern Sea Route and further south to St. Petersburg.