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NEWS ARCHIVE - 13.05.2021

Gennady Yegorov, General Director of Marine Engineering Bureau LLC, will speak at the bunker forum in St. Petersburg with a report "On the fleet of mixed navigation vessels-today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow»

egorov 1In Russia, the total number of cargo vessels of sea restricted navigation areas (these are classes R1 and R2) and mixed river-sea navigation (these are classes R2-RSN, R3-RSN, M-SP, M-PR, O-PR) is decreasing at an increasing rate. In 2007, there were 2,494 such vessels, in 2010 - 2,119 vessels, in 2017 - 1,722 vessels, and in 2020 - already 1,550 vessels. There is a reduction in almost all positions, an average of 72 ships per year (but this does not mean that they are written off, and may well move to other classes, not Russian).

And this is despite the fact that 198 new vessels were received in 2000-2009, another 259 vessels in 2010-2019, and 27 vessels in 2020. В предыдущем абзаце эти новые суда учтены. In 2021, they received even slightly more-29. So far, according to available data, there are 17 more for 2022.

In fact, there were 1,077 dry cargo ships in 2020, of which 246 were new (22.8%). According to the "Soviet" series-2020-831 vessels, the forecast of the Marine Engineering Bureau for 2025 - 552 vessels, for 2030-208 vessels. The new vessels will prevail in the dry cargo segment from about 2027.

In fact, there were 478 oil tankers in 2020, of which 237 were new (49.6%). According to the "Soviet" series-2020-241 vessels, the forecast for 2025 - 170 vessels, for 2030-40 vessels will remain. The new vessels in the tanker segment have already reached parity with the old fleet.

At the same time, there is a change in the fuel consumed. The "Soviet" series run on diesel fuel, the new ships-the main engines on fuel oil, auxiliary-on diesel.

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