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Construction of seaports of Russia

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I offer you a photo review of new seaports built in Russia after 1992, as well as those currently under construction.


1. Marine facade - passenger port on Vasilyevsky Island (St. Petersburg).

Built on the alluvial area near the highway under construction WHSD.
Construction started in 2006 year, 1-I turn started in September 2008 year.
Currently, the port has 7 berths with a length of 2108 meters and is capable of receiving cruise liners up to 317 meters in length.

2. Moby dick - ferry handling complex on the island of Kotlin (Kronstadt).


Located next to the Ring Road, the 1-I queue was launched in August 2002.
At the moment, the complex has a 2 berth with a length of 321 meter.

3. Bronka - multifunctional sea transshipment complex (MMPK).


Since January 2011 has been built on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland near the Ring Road.
The container terminal with an area of ​​107 hectares will have 5 berths with a length of 1176 meters.
The rolling cargo terminal with an area of ​​57 hectares will have an 3 berth with a length of 630 meters.
The design capacity of the 1 line of the MMPT is 1,45 million TEU and 260 thousand units of automotive vehicles per year.
Construction of seaports of Russia



4. Primorsk - oil port on the northern coast of the Gulf of Finland.


The end point of the Baltic Pipeline System (BTS).
Construction started in March 2000 of the year, 1-I turn launched in December 2001 of the year.
Currently, the port has an 4 berth for receiving tankers with deadweight up to 150000 tons and 2 berth for receiving tankers with deadweight up to 47000 tons.
The port is served by tugboats "Dir", "Rusich", "Vyatich" and "Skif" built by LSP "Pella".



5. Vysotsk. Distribution and transshipment complex of LUKOIL-II petroleum products.


Located on the island of Vysotsky in the Gulf of Vyborg Baltic Sea.
Construction started in June 2002 of the year, 1-I turn launched in June 2004 of the year.
At the moment, the port has an 3 berth for receiving tankers with deadweight up to 80000 tons.



6. Ust-Luga - cargo port in the Luga Bay of the Gulf of Finland.

Construction started in 1993 year, 1-I turn started in December 2001 year.
The port currently has 13 terminals:
The Forest Terminal, the Fish Terminal and the Ship Maintenance Terminal are located at the mouth of the Luga River and existed before the construction of the port.
- coal terminal (1-i queue - 2001 g., 2-i queue - 2006 g.)
- road-rail ferry complex (September 2006)


- universal transshipment complex (June 2007)
- multi-profile transshipment complex "South-2" (1-th queue 2008 g., 2-i queue 2010 g.)
- technical sulfur overload complex (2008?)
- terminal for transshipment of oil and petroleum products (January 2011)
- “Novaya Gavan” rolling cargo terminal (November 2011)


- container terminal (1-th stage - 2011 g.)
- terminal for transshipment of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) (June 2013)
- terminal for fractionation and transshipment of stable gas condensate (June 2013)
In total, the port has an 22 berth with a length of 4652 meters (this data does not include the 2 latest terminal).
The Ust-Luga oil depot is also located on the port territory - the end point of the BTS-2.
The port is served by tugs "Beluga", "Navaga", "Sevryuga" and "Taimen" (LSP "Pella").


7. Baltiysk - road-rail ferry complex.


Construction started in August 2002.
1-th queue (a / m) launched in December 2002 of the year, 2-th queue (railway) - in September of 2006 year.
The terminal has an 1 berth with a length of 260 meters and belongs to the port of Kaliningrad.


8. Light coloured - oil and universal terminals.


Oil terminal on the shore of the Kaliningrad Sea Canal (Izhevskoye village).
Construction started in October 1999 of the year, 1-I turn launched in November 2000 of the year.
The terminal has an 3 berth with a length of 483 meters and belongs to the port of Kaliningrad.



Universal terminal for bulk and bulk cargoes (Volochaevskoye village).
Built on the alluvial area near the Kaliningrad Sea Canal.
1-I queue launched in April 2007.
The terminal has 9 berths with a length of 2074 meters and belongs to the port of Kaliningrad.
The terminal is serviced by the tugs Pioneer and Kommunar built by the Pella LSF.

9. Sabetta - sea cargo port on the eastern shore of the Ob Bay.


Construction started in July 2012 of the year, October 17 of the year 2013 came the first ship.
The 1 line is the construction of 4 berths with a length of 975 meters.


10. Olya - sea cargo port in the mouth of the Volga river in the Bakhtemir branch.


Construction started in 1993 year, 1-I turn started in June 1997 year.
Currently, the port has 10 berths with a length of 2330 meters.


11. Taman - sea cargo port on the Black Sea coast of the Taman Peninsula.


Construction started in 1999 year, 1-I turn started in December 2008 year.
- terminal for transshipment of oil and fat raw materials and wine materials (December 2008)
- grain terminal (September 2011)
- terminal for transshipment of petroleum products and liquefied petroleum gases (July 2012)
Currently, the port has 8 berths with a length of 2016 meters.
The port is served by the tugs Azot, Togliattiazot, Taman and Peter (Pella).


12. Imeretinsky - a universal cargo port in Sochi, near the mouth of the Mzymta.

Construction started in the 2008 year, the 1 line is launched in April 2010.
Berths and breakwater structures of the port form a single complex.
After the XXII Olympic Winter Games will be converted into a marina for yachts.


13. Kozmino - oil terminal in the port "Vostochny".

Located in the Primorsky Territory in the bay Kozmina Nakhodka Bay.
The end point of the Eastern Siberia - Pacific Ocean pipeline.
Construction started in May 2008 of the year, 1-I turn launched in December 2009 of the year.
Currently 2 has a berth for receiving tankers with deadweight up to 150000 tons.



14. Suburban - bulk port in the south of Sakhalin Island in Aniva Bay.


Construction started in 2003 year, technical launch in July 2007 year.
At the moment, the port has an 4 berth with a length of 951 meter and an 2 terminal:
- oil terminal (December 2008)


- terminal for transshipment of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) (February 2009)


15. Varandey - oil terminal on the coast of the Barents Sea (Varandey village).

It consists of a stationary offshore ice-resistant offloading pier (SLOPT) weighing 14000 tons and a height of 64 meter installed at a distance of 22 km from the coast at a depth of 17 meters, and a tank farm connected to the pier by pipelines.
Construction started in 1999, 1-th stage - August 2000, 2-th stage - June 2008.


Also, oil terminals were built in the ports of Novorossiysk (Yuzhnaya Ozereevka settlement, launched in October 2001 of the year) and De-Kastri (Sea of ​​Japan, Chikhachev Bay, launched in October of 2006 of the year).
Novorossiysk - 2 remote mooring facilities (TLU), located at a distance of 4.6 and 5.2 km from the coast to receive tankers with deadweight up to 150000 tons.
DeKastri - remote single-point berth (GP) "Falcon", located at a distance of 5.5 km from the coast to receive tankers with a deadweight of 100000 tons.
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  1. Baton
    Baton 30 January 2014 08: 58
    +6
    Beautiful and, I hope, useful ...
    1. Civil
      Civil 30 January 2014 12: 28
      -8
      Goodbye oil, gas, wheat ...
      1. Kibalchish
        Kibalchish 30 January 2014 12: 40
        -8
        Hello oligarch yachts! am
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        2. Saburov
          Saburov 30 January 2014 21: 21
          +6
          Actually, young people, in the event of war or an emergency, any port becomes the property of the state and is used for the purposes and tasks of the Navy and RechFlot, it is not surprising that the entire infrastructure of all these ports is thought out even for warships, oil depots will become refueling tanks (air defense calculations, combat security are instantly adjusted ), the same with cargo terminals, become arsenals for replenishing ammunition, even for nuclear submarines.
          1. mirag2
            mirag2 31 January 2014 03: 04
            0
            You see, how much positive!
            The truth is mainly for commodity exports, but without it there was (and now is) -not survive, and there would be nothing new to produce.
            And you won’t restore industry without money, only the resistance of the liberals in the government to overcome!
            Wait a year, from the strength of two — I think this is the deadline for returning to the global industrial industry — at a decent level!
      2. Olegovich
        Olegovich 30 January 2014 13: 17
        +10
        Quote: Civil
        Goodbye oil, gas, wheat ..

        What do you offer? Eat everything yourself? To erect the Iron Curtain again?
        These strange people are these liberals - there are no ports in Russia - crying, bad! There are ports under construction - again it turns out to be bad!
        And what do you think is good then?
        1. AVV
          AVV 30 January 2014 16: 07
          +14
          Quote: Olegych
          Quote: Civil
          Goodbye oil, gas, wheat ..

          What do you offer? Eat everything yourself? To erect the Iron Curtain again?
          These strange people are these liberals - there are no ports in Russia - crying, bad! There are ports under construction - again it turns out to be bad!
          And what do you think is good then?

          The main thing is that all the goods go past the Baltic ports, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, did they want this? And we need to send more transit goods !!! The economy must be effective!
        2. Civil
          Civil 30 January 2014 16: 39
          -7
          Quote: Olegych
          Quote: Civil
          Goodbye oil, gas, wheat ..

          What do you offer? Eat everything yourself? To erect the Iron Curtain again?
          These strange people are these liberals - there are no ports in Russia - crying, bad! There are ports under construction - again it turns out to be bad!
          And what do you think is good then?

          To name a person who is against the export of raw materials from Russia a liberal, but you are an ignoramus and a binary.
          Instead of helping their people, stuffing the pockets of private offshore owners ??? You liberalist seems to be full.

          P.S. If you don’t know how to work, don’t handle or collaborate with more advanced ... patriots
          1. Olegovich
            Olegovich 30 January 2014 17: 11
            +6
            And you, I see still lingering in socialism? Open your eyes, in the world economy and in the country money is not distributed to the POPULATION, conditions are created for him to EARN money.
            Coal, which makes up a large part of port cargo turnover, is already a product; it does not need to be modified. Crude oil volumes are declining, oil products are growing (for example, the Tuapse and Achinsk refineries). By gas, we go to the next redistribution - liquefied natural gas LNG - this is the Far East and Sabetta. It is a diversification and reliable product in the global market.
            If you were interested, you wouldn’t know about the real achievements of Russia and Russians, but would find out information.
            1. Civil
              Civil 30 January 2014 18: 03
              +4
              Quote: Olegych
              And you, I see still lingering in socialism? Open your eyes, in the world economy and in the country money is not distributed to the POPULATION, conditions are created for him to EARN money.
              Coal, which makes up a large part of port cargo turnover, is already a product; it does not need to be modified. Crude oil volumes are declining, oil products are growing (for example, the Tuapse and Achinsk refineries). By gas, we go to the next redistribution - liquefied natural gas LNG - this is the Far East and Sabetta. It is a diversification and reliable product in the global market.
              If you were interested, you wouldn’t know about the real achievements of Russia and Russians, but would find out information.

              What relation do we Russians have to your sales of raw materials abroad?

              1. Who owns the coal companies? For example, the largest SUEK, these are 2 (two) people Andrei Melnichenko and Sergey Popov, remarkably the mineral resources belong to Russia, but the coal is these two gentlemen)))
              2. Yes, even where are you going, dear, these refineries will not drop gas prices because greed is stronger than a sense of self-preservation.
              3. Still 2 for work ...
              You wouldn’t talk about the real achievements of Russia and Russians, but would find out information.

              I am especially pleased that you gently avoided the word Russian. Well dk, I would have to answer for Abramovich, Vekselberg, Fridman, Chubais, Kerimov and other wonderful businessmen)))
              1. Olegovich
                Olegovich 31 January 2014 10: 50
                +3
                Quote: Civil
                What relation do we Russians have to your sales of raw materials abroad?

                1. Who owns the coal companies? For example, the largest SUEK, these are 2 (two) people Andrei Melnichenko and Sergey Popov, remarkably the mineral resources belong to Russia, but the coal is these two gentlemen)))
                2. Yes, even where are you going, dear, these refineries will not drop gas prices because greed is stronger than a sense of self-preservation.
                3. Still 2 for work ...

                The Russians have nothing to do with the sale of coal, gas and oil products, but they are related to the money received for this and spent on:
                -construction of defense plants (Azmaz-Antey, Helicopter engines near St. Petersburg, etc.)
                - construction of the Vostochny cosmodrome;
                - the construction of new weapons (which are being discussed here with pleasure, where would they come from?);
                - construction of bridges across Russia - more than 100 large bridges in three years;
                - highway to Vladivostok (instead of winter roads and temporary huts);
                - construction of kindergartens and sports complexes in Russia (in 2013 more than 200);
                - construction of new icebreakers;
                - the construction of three large hydroelectric power stations simultaneously;
                - etc. etc. salaries, pensions, benefits (including 400 thousand rubles for a second child)
                And so, really, have NO relation.
                1. You definitely stayed in socialism. In capitalism, many types of property are HOZYAEVA. It doesn’t matter to me personally, I don’t feel any particular envy for them, but I see this fact for you that spoils the blood completely.
                2. Gas prices are HIGH !!! Then why is the whole population already driving a car to the store for a CAR ?! And do not push from cars? This is all from poverty.
                3. Thanks for the rating. It's always nice to chat with a good person. wink
            2. Suhov
              Suhov 30 January 2014 20: 57
              +2
              Quote: Olegych
              Open your eyes, in the world economy and in the country money is not distributed to the POPULATION, conditions are created for him to EARN money.

              Aha wassat
              Shchaz! wassat

              Money is not distributed to the population

              No, they don’t give out. The population earns them (rubles), and our great economists, they (ruble earned) depreciate, either with the dollar exchange rate or ruble inflation. wassat

              create the conditions for making money

              By increasing taxes, increasing interest rates, regular "indexation" (and for some reason in the direction of increasing) prices for goods of natural monopolies: gas, gasoline, electricity, etc. etc. wassat

              And how did you like this excuse for the current fall of the ruble:
              It's not the ruble getting cheaper - it's the dollar getting more expensive?
              wassat

              In my opinion, Russia has three troubles.
              Two are well-known, and the third is resources, natural resources.
              It would be better if they did not exist ... sad



              Konokrad, embezzlers
              All merchants are welcome visitors
              Reptiles of all stripes flocked
              Like a honey bee swarm
              .
              1. Papakiko
                Papakiko 30 January 2014 22: 55
                +1
                Quote: Sukhov
                and the third is resources, natural resources. It would be better if they didn’t exist ..

                On the African continent, almost half of the land is sand that no one needs. But this is at first glance.
                And at a second glance, There are endless wars under various motivations.
                There are still very unfriendly places — Antarctica, Greenland, Ellesmere Island and all of the Northwest Territories of Canada. In addition, you can still name a few places that are not very friendly and not very minerals: the Falkland Islands, southern Georgia, Sandwich Islands, the Tibet Autonomous Region, Nepal, the Pamir passing to Tibet, Spitsbergen, etc. ...... .....
                In all of the places listed there are some interests.
                And in the link is a video about the chansonnier A. Novikov.
                http://www.e1.ru/news/spool/news_id-400633.html
              2. Olegovich
                Olegovich 31 January 2014 10: 35
                +1
                Quote: Sukhov
                No, they don’t give out. The population earns them (rubles), and our great economists, they (ruble earned) depreciate, either with the dollar exchange rate or ruble inflation.

                And here is the current drop in the ruble exchange rate? The crowd rushed to buy dollars - speculators say thanks to them! If you get a salary in rubles, and you buy Russian goods, then do not worry about these dollars. For manufacturers of exporters, this is generally beneficial - the same foreign exchange earnings, more income in rubles. and product competitiveness is higher.
            3. nerd.su
              nerd.su 31 January 2014 02: 16
              +1
              Quote: Olegych
              in the world economy and in the country money is not distributed to the POPULATION, conditions are created for him to EARN money.

              Yes? Is it with the collapse of socialism that we learned what unemployment is?

              Quote: Olegych
              By gas we go to the next redistribution - liquefied natural gas LNG

              Well this is cool you said the next redistribution! Directly beyond the achievement of the chemical industry! laughing

              Quote: Olegych
              Coal, which makes up a large part of port cargo turnover, is already a product; it does not need to be modified

              Coal is electricity, metal, coal chemistry, it is the source of many rare and trace elements, in Russia, for example, the vast majority of germanium is produced from ash from the burning of coal from some deposits of Fr. Sakhalin.


              Your thesis is correct. Do not rush to bury our economy. Only here are the arguments hu ... inferior.
              1. Olegovich
                Olegovich 31 January 2014 10: 30
                -1
                Quote: bot.su
                Yes? Is it with the collapse of socialism that we learned what unemployment is?

                Did you miss socialism again? Then to you in North Korea. By the way, since 2000, unemployment in Russia has been falling from 10% to 5,5% in 2013.
                Quote: bot.su
                Coal is electricity, metal, coal chemistry, it is the source of many rare and trace elements, in Russia, for example, the vast majority of germanium is produced from ash from the burning of coal from some deposits of Fr. Sakhalin.

                Does the listed processing require all mined coal in Russia? All 350 million tons? If coal export is so bad, why did England and Germany deal with them so actively (while they had it)? By the way, the production of rare-earth elements in Russia has been actively developing in recent years.
                Quote: bot.su
                Quote: Olegych
                By gas we go to the next redistribution - liquefied natural gas LNG
                Well this is cool you said the next redistribution! Directly beyond the achievement of the chemical industry!

                The extraction and sale of natural gas is not a chemical industry. The raw material for the chemical industry is NGL. Polymers are produced from the fraction (one of the largest production facilities in the world in Tobolsk is launched - polypropylene), rubbers (prices in the world have fallen), fuels and oils (all this is produced in Russia). Therefore, if there is a steady demand for liquefied natural gas in Asian countries - what, in spite of it, we will not produce it? So they did well without us - they will be taken from the UAE. And we will be left without one of the sources of income.
                You have some strange arguments: you don’t need to sell anything, you have to do everything yourself. We tried to be self-sufficient in the USSR — it turned out badly.
                1. nerd.su
                  nerd.su 31 January 2014 15: 53
                  +2
                  Quote: Olegych
                  Did you miss socialism again?

                  This is not entirely true. Rather, I regret that we have taken the path of restoration of capitalism, and not modernization of socialism.
                  Quote: Olegych
                  Then to you in North Korea.

                  Why not to China, not to Vietnam? I would love to go to Vietnam, but I’m already reluctant to learn the language.
                  Quote: Olegych
                  By the way, since 2000, unemployment in Russia has been falling from 10% to 5,5% in 2013.

                  By the way, in the USSR there was an article for parasitism, but there was no unemployment.

                  Quote: Olegych
                  Does the listed processing require all mined coal in Russia?

                  No. I just pointed out to you that coal is not only a finished product.

                  Quote: Olegych
                  By the way, the production of rare-earth elements in Russia has been actively developing in recent years.

                  Enlighten? Only not the plans and amounts that are planned to be spent on development, but the examples of the emerged productions (GOKs, plants for the production of pure rare earths?)


                  Quote: Olegych
                  The extraction and sale of natural gas is not a chemical industry.

                  Controversial thesis. But let it be, because I meant it laughing My words must be understood as sarcasm in relation to yours. The sale of natural gas and the sale of liquefied natural gas is a trade in raw materials, the word redistribution here causes a grin. Moreover, this is a term from metallurgy, although it is clear what is meant.

                  Quote: Olegych
                  The raw material for the chemical industry is NGL.

                  I appreciate the time you have spent on the Internet searching for materials on a topic you are not aware of. But! NGL is a feedstock for the petrochemical industry. I hope you don’t need to read the lecture "scope of concepts"?

                  Quote: Olegych
                  You have some strange arguments: you don’t need to sell anything, you have to do everything yourself.

                  Wrong. We must sell and do everything ourselves. Almost all. For example, Russia needs to have its own car production. But experience shows that it is not necessary to produce all kinds of these products. Enough production of heavy and off-road. The rest can be purchased. Interstate cooperation is, of course, good. But we need to remember that in our allies only our army and our fleet.
                  But it is necessary to sell raw materials, but selling only raw materials is a sign of colonial dependence.
                  Quote: Olegych
                  We tried to be self-sufficient in the USSR — it turned out badly.

                  Do not judge what you do not know. Or you know biased.
                  1. Olegovich
                    Olegovich 31 January 2014 17: 38
                    +1
                    In petrochemicals I’m just in the subject, I have been working for quite a few years.
                    On rare earth metals: structure of ARMZ CJSC "DALUR" - new production http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/29257/
                    Regarding GOKs in general: in the Volgograd Region we are building the largest GOK in Kotelnikovo - potash salts; in the Chelyabinsk Region, the largest Russian mining and processing complex of copper ores was opened, the end product is cathode copper; for gold and precious metals there are a lot of GOKs - Natalkinsky, Kimkano-Sutarsky, Bystrinskoe in Transbaikalia, "Belaya Gora" in Khabarovsk, Verkhotinsky in Arkhangelskoe, etc.
                    So that we are far from not only selling raw materials, but rising to raw materials.
                    I know about the USSR from my own life — where is it even closer? And I'm not saying that it was all bad, but I'm talking about the fact that the system was completely different, and it was very inefficient. The same results can be achieved through interest. For example, they completed the railway line in the Permafrost almost to Yakutsk, without noise and din, without casualties.
                    1. nerd.su
                      nerd.su 31 January 2014 20: 07
                      +1
                      If you have been in petrochemicals for many years, what do you identify with the entire chemical industry?
                      One Dalur? Where is the active development? Those GOCs that you brought below have nothing to do with rare lands, except in the future. As a result, one workshop in Dalur for the production of concentrate and its further processing in the new workshop of the existing plant.
                      The list of GOKs for other minerals is not bad or even incomplete. Which does not abolish colonial dependence, in Africa too many GOKs have been open since 91, even our state-owned companies and oligarchs have relations with several. So yes, we rise to raw materials. And even in semi-finished products. We sell almost all titanium to Boeing, for example. The share of the domestic aviation industry is very small in titanium consumption.
                      Quote: Olegych
                      For example, they completed the railway line in the Permafrost almost to Yakutsk, without noise and noise, without casualties.

                      Yes, in the USSR everything was done with great fanfare. But then they built it, and now we are completing it. In addition, the apparent inefficiency of the USSR economy is largely due to significant investments in infrastructure. The USSR developed the developed territories.
                      1. Olegovich
                        Olegovich 1 February 2014 23: 17
                        0
                        Quote: bot.su
                        We sell almost all titanium to Boeing, for example.

                        Well, why so?
                      2. nerd.su
                        nerd.su 2 February 2014 00: 37
                        +1
                        Well, I made a little mistake. Not all the Boeing, even the Rolls-Royce and most of the Airbus.
                        But still sell abroad. Of course, the production of titanium, this in itself is quite a high-tech production. This is the case when the optimist says - we have high-tech production; and a pessimist - we are a colony producing high-tech raw materials. And both will be right in something.
                        That's when our really high-tech industry starts to work at its full potential, when it needs raw materials in the same amounts as foreign companies and at the same time, the export of raw materials does not stop, when mining companies are finally interested in - and where can there be new deposits, let us have them find - then I’ll say that Russia is rising from its knees and not everything is bad with us, but even vice versa!
                      3. Olegovich
                        Olegovich 2 February 2014 10: 27
                        0
                        Quote: bot.su
                        That's when our really high-tech industry starts to work at its full potential, when it needs raw materials in the same amounts as foreign companies and at the same time, the export of raw materials does not stop, when mining companies are finally interested in - and where can there be new deposits, let us have them find - then I’ll say that Russia is rising from its knees and not everything is bad with us, but even vice versa!

                        And I hope for this scenario. And at the moment I see points of growth: Superjet (no matter what they say, but there are more than 200 firm orders), MS-21 (already now with a much larger share of domestic components), a project of the Angara family, a line of new generation locomotives (EP -ki, Knights, high-speed ones together with the Germans), machine-tool building (engineering is now being dragged from several world leaders at once - Germans, Czechs, Japanese), construction equipment ("Terex" with 100% localization, the Japanese have opened an engineering center and production at the Far Eastern University) ... In general, in the light of the fierce competition and the lagging behind in quality, only joint projects can give something in the shortest possible time (like AvtoVAZ in its time, and even earlier Ford - gas). And I have already listed purely my own, Russian projects, and continue to develop them. By the way, software services in 2013 already brought Russia 50 billion dollars - another booming industry.
                      4. Olegovich
                        Olegovich 2 February 2014 11: 07
                        0
                        Plus today news from the site "Made by us":
                        In the Baltic Sea, moorings for basing ships of various classes are being modernized In the Baltic, moorings for basing ships of various classes are modernizing
                        A new mooring infrastructure for mooring and basing of ships of various classes is being created in the main naval base of the Baltic Fleet - the city of Baltiysk.
                        A new berthing infrastructure is being created with the prospect of a new generation of ships entering the fleet and will be able to provide basing of ships from 3rd to 1st rank - guard, corvettes, frigates, destroyers.
                        http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/46595/
    2. brainkiller
      brainkiller 31 January 2014 09: 43
      +1
      Quote: Civil
      Yes, you are an ignoramus and a binary.

      bggg =)))

      You better write nasty things about your country, forget about Russia.

      As for the extraction and sale of resources from the bowels of the Russian Federation - google well what is the mineral extraction tax.
  2. voliador
    voliador 30 January 2014 19: 14
    +3
    The bad news is that we only export raw materials!
    1. brainkiller
      brainkiller 31 January 2014 09: 51
      +1
      Quote: voliador
      The bad news is that we only export raw materials!

      it would be different if the Russian peasant was less led by revolutionary slogans.
  • Geisenberg
    Geisenberg 30 January 2014 13: 41
    +6
    Quote: Civil
    Goodbye oil, gas, wheat ...


    Not "goodbye" but "goodbye" ...
    1. Civil
      Civil 30 January 2014 16: 39
      +5
      Quote: Geisenberg
      Quote: Civil
      Goodbye oil, gas, wheat ...


      Not "goodbye" but "goodbye" ...

      In in ... they will send us already in the products
    2. Ostwind
      Ostwind 30 January 2014 21: 57
      0
      No, goodbye to raw materials - hello consumer goods)))
  • postman
    postman 30 January 2014 21: 07
    -2
    Quote: Civil
    Goodbye oil, gas, wheat ...

    Goodbye smelt in the Gulf of Finland and other fish
    Goodbye jobs and fisheries
    The Gulf of Finland is a fishing reservoir. According to the Committee on Agro-Industrial and Fisheries of the Government of the Leningrad Region, there are “41 fishing sites in the bay, 28 of which are adjacent to the borders of the Vyborg district, 3 - of the Lomonosov and 10 Kingisepp area”. In 2011, about 8 thousand tons of sprats, about 5 thousand tons of herring, 15 tons of pike perch should be caught in the bay
    Goodbye beaches (coast closed for swimming)
    Goodbye plankton, larvae of crustaceans, mollusks, fish eggs, food supply for birds.
    -Farewell to the cost of apartments "Marine facade" (positioned - SEA FACADE SPB, front lane, view of the Gulf of Finland)
    “Where are the new territories being washed up?” In Japan, which is a mountainous country with an acute shortage of flat land, in the Netherlands, where it has been conquering land for many years by the sea (where there is little land even for a cemetery), in Singapore, located on an island and not able to develop otherwise, - But Russia is not Japan and not the Netherlands, it is a huge country: why should it be built in the Gulf of Finland? Is the shore “dysfunctional”?

    All waste of the city (St. Petersburg, Petrograd, Leningrad, St. Petersburg) and its industrial enterprises, which the Neva endured for centuries and everything that precipitated with silt and sand - UNCREAMED, LIFT, WE HAVE

    Salvage dough –1,2
    1. Hauptmann emil
      Hauptmann emil 31 January 2014 02: 50
      +1
      Quote: Postman
      Why should you build in the Gulf of Finland? Is the shore “dysfunctional”?

      How to create a "Marine Facade" in this form without alluvial? Demolish buildings, structures?
      Quote: Postman
      In Japan, which is a mountainous country with an acute shortage of flat land, in the Netherlands, where it has been conquering land for many years by the sea (where there is little land even for a cemetery), in Singapore, located on an island and not able to develop otherwise, - But Russia is not Japan and not the Netherlands, this is a huge country: why it is necessary to build in the Gulf of Finland? Is the shore “dysfunctional”?

      They are reclaimed to increase the land area, and in this case to organize the water area. You can't build a port for them in "prosperous" Shushary. Moreover, in this place the port is equidistant from all the outskirts (except for Zelenogorsk, Sestroretsk, and Lomonosov, well, and I am not very close to Peterhof).
      1. postman
        postman 31 January 2014 11: 12
        0
        Quote: Hauptmann Emil
        How to create a "Marine Facade" in this form without alluvial?

        Do you need him?
        by the nature of my activity, I REGULARILY receive and withdraw oversized cargo from the PLP and the 2nd district ... this:
        starting from waiting list by ferry
        wiring
        ice setting
        ... and the export from the city center is another story, traffic cops (some)) made a fortune
        Just look at the map of the ports of St. Petersburg
        Quote: Hauptmann Emil
        and in this case for the organization of the water area

        in this case FOR obtaining port facilities(about housing in the Sestroretsk area .. this is a separate issue (and money)
        The Marine Façade project involves the reclamation of the Gulf of Finland in the Neva Bay more than 450 hectares of new land (expansion of the territory to 1,5 km. inland). A new sea terminal, a section of a western high-speed diameter, a new business center of St. Petersburg, an exhibition and congress center, residential neighborhoods, shopping centers and service enterprises, restaurants and entertainment centers, educational institutions, hotels, museums, theaters and other cultural institutions. Territory formation is carried out using hydrofusion technology.
        Quote: Hauptmann Emil
        port in "prosperous" Shushary.

        ?
        Quote: Hauptmann Emil
        I'm not very close to Peterhof).

        And what does it matter?
        Port of Lomonosov and VM in Lomonosov
        1. Hauptmann emil
          Hauptmann emil 31 January 2014 14: 08
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          Quote: Postman
          The Marine Facade project involves the reclamation of more than 450 hectares of new land on the territory of the Neva Bay of the Gulf of Finland (expansion of the territory to 1,5 km inland). A new sea terminal, a section of a western high-speed diameter, a new business center of St. Petersburg, an exhibition and congress center, residential neighborhoods, shopping centers and service enterprises, restaurants and entertainment centers, educational institutions, hotels, museums, theaters and other cultural institutions. The formation of the territory is carried out using hydrofusion technology.

          You will agree that all these shopping centers, and so on (especially residential offices) have a different cost than if on the territory "taken" from the Leningrad Region in the area, for example, the same Kolpino?
          I think you have no doubt about the need for WHSD?
          Quote: Postman
          Quote: Hauptmann Emil
          port in "prosperous" Shushary.
          ?

          This is me about:
          Quote: Postman
          Why should you build in the Gulf of Finland? Coast "dysfunctional"?

          Quote: Postman
          Quote: Hauptmann Emil
          I'm not very close to Peterhof).
          And what does it matter?

          I mean that if for example people want to use different ferries, for example, to Helsenki, etc.
          1. postman
            postman 31 January 2014 15: 45
            0
            Quote: Hauptmann Emil
            has a different value than if on the territory "taken" from the LO in the area, for example, the same Kolpino?

            Around the ring heap of places where it can be erased, and without problems (bypassing Kolpino).
            BUT WE KNOW, whose son participated in the acquisition of these agricultural land, and for how much the owners sold them ...
            And under construction ...
            direction (for example) m / y Devyatkino and Yanino, in the Sertolovo direction and around it .. (try to get to the Beloostrov "Northern Gate" TP - wasteland), Martyshkino, Lomonosvo (well, it was empty while Petrodvorets and Lomonosov went)

            Quote: Hauptmann Emil
            I mean that if for example people want to use different ferries, for example, to Helsenki, etc.

            The ferry line is nothing. There is no need for it, it would be enough for VO (quite) / Sea terminal. (Lubeck, Travemunde, Helsinki, Stockholm), we are talking about co-container, bulk, Ro-ro, railway, bulk and other oceans. (As approx. Kotka, Hamina, Turku, Hanko) -NOT IN HELSINKI SAME IN THE CENTER (and there the forces and Vikings remained). And the water area is MUCH more convenient there

            Quote: Hauptmann Emil
            I think you have no doubt about the need for WHSD?

            1.No of course, as in deputies REGISTRY OFFICE (EVERY (!) Anam costs 148 (or 184) 000 000,00 rubles a year).
            BUT NOT THE SAME PRICE? Remind Flora?

            2. The second Ring Road was already scheduled to be completed + 2 tunnels and 3 bridges, THIS IS MINIMUM
            1. Hauptmann emil
              Hauptmann emil 31 January 2014 17: 17
              0
              Quote: Postman
              Around the ring heap of places where it can be erased, and without problems (bypassing Kolpino).

              I'm not talking about what can be built, but about the prelativeness of the place. You can build a lot and cheaper in other places, but this option will be more profitable for investors.
              Quote: Postman
              BUT WE KNOW, whose son participated in the acquisition of these agricultural land, and for how much the owners sold them ...

              This is probably known to everyone. wink
              Quote: Postman
              Quote: Hauptmann Emil
              I think you have no doubt about the need for WHSD?
              1.No of course, as in deputies of the registry office (EVERY (!) Anam costs 148 (or 184) 000 000,00 rubles a year).
              BUT NOT THE SAME PRICE? Remind Flora?
              2. The second Ring Road was already scheduled to be completed + 2 tunnels and 3 bridges, THIS IS MINIMUM

              For me it is not correct to compare deputies with WHSD. There is already some benefit from WHSD, and when the northern part is connected to the southern, it will be even more convenient.
              And about CAD 2, I myself do not understand why they are slowing down. T.K. back in 2012, the pre-design proposal KAD2 was ready. The only thing there were not agreed on the transition options of the Neva, or rather there were 4 options. But the main routes were sort of already agreed.
              1. postman
                postman 31 January 2014 18: 25
                0
                Quote: Hauptmann Emil
                There is already a benefit from WHSD

                I didn’t feel it ... well, except that the notorious law was against the law.
                (I personally know the deputy of ZAKS)
                Quote: Hauptmann Emil
                And about CAD 2, I myself do not understand why they are slowing down.

                The same as with the incinerator, in this case, the sons can not share who will sell 300 000 0004 (then it was)

                And about KAD and others ... well, as an argument, Pargolovskaya denouement (without navi and a map you will not pass)
                I showed it to the Germans for the first time (these eights), they gave out6
                1. Do you have so much asphalt and bulk materials?
                2. Do you have so much land oolo city?
                1. Hauptmann emil
                  Hauptmann emil 31 January 2014 19: 11
                  0
                  Quote: Postman
                  Quote: Hauptmann Emil
                  There is already a benefit from WHSD
                  I didn’t feel it ... well, except that the notorious law was against the law.
                  (I personally know the deputy of ZAKS)

                  I don't know what you mean by WHSD what
                  I mean WHSD - West Speed ​​Diameter
                  1. postman
                    postman 31 January 2014 20: 29
                    0
                    Quote: Hauptmann Emil
                    I mean WHSD

                    I do not have" ! I RIDE ON IT.
                    In the summer, it was so chic: being in Toksovo. quickly go to Peterhof sh., Chz Kronshtadt, bypassing the cable-stayed and other ep.
                    K - more, time - less

                    I HAD A VIEW OF ZAKS- I did not feel its benefit.

                    I remember the Leningrad City Council, and I remember with nostalgia. One washing of the streets at 4:30 which was only worth
  • Dest. 956
    Dest. 956 30 January 2014 09: 00
    0
    That is what the doctor ordered. And where do the Mistrals live?
    1. Kubatai
      Kubatai 30 January 2014 10: 00
      +1
      Mistrals from military berths walk .. in the photo for cargo transportation ports ..
  • PN
    PN 30 January 2014 09: 01
    +1
    But the Arkhangelsk and Murmansk ports go to sunset, alas.
    1. URAL72
      URAL72 30 January 2014 16: 19
      +3
      The Northern Sea Route is gaining momentum, and not weakly gaining! So that Murmansk will live, I hope Arkhangelsk will be bread and butter, and in the future with caviar. It is only necessary to develop the infrastructure - repair, supply of ships, improve the speed and throughput of railways. After all, from China to Moscow through Arkhangelsk is much closer ...
  • Alikovo
    Alikovo 30 January 2014 09: 01
    +3
    I am glad that new ports are being built, new jobs.
  • Nayhas
    Nayhas 30 January 2014 09: 02
    +12
    Everything is beautiful and wonderful, but how does this relate to the theme of the site? Well, the state is building in the person of state-owned companies ways to export oil and gas from Russia, should we be happy about this? Let's say hooray! A couple more yards of dollars in your pocket ... I would have been more happy with the photo for new places of basing the navy, and in particular for Mistral and Lazarev, who seemed to be starting to upgrade ... Otherwise, I’m afraid, as always, they’ll put on the raid on the barrel and hammers darling ....
    1. Fin
      Fin 30 January 2014 10: 38
      +6
      Quote: Nayhas
      Everything is beautiful and wonderful, but how does this relate to the theme of the site? Well, the state is building in the person of state-owned companies ways to export oil and gas from Russia, should we be happy about this?

      Yes, it does not apply to the topic of the site. This is especially for you and others who point blank do not want to notice changes in the country. Well, probably annoy.
      Quote: Nayhas
      I would be more pleased with the photo to new places of basing of the navy, and in particular for Mistral and Lazarev

      How to build an article will be on the site Made with us, which many fundamentally do not notice, so as not to be upset.
      1. Nayhas
        Nayhas 30 January 2014 15: 03
        -1
        Quote: Fin
        How to build an article will be on the site Made with us, which many fundamentally do not notice, so as not to be upset.

        Well of course I'm on hold ...
    2. chunga-changa
      chunga-changa 30 January 2014 11: 04
      +6
      In any civilian port with a thorn you enclose the necessary piece of the berth, or the entire port. You put a booth with a sailor, hold out cables and power pipes, hang a plate in \ h xxxxx and that's it, here's a naval base. But it’s clear that in the open field of the naval base it is more interesting to do, there are higher fences and concrete guard boxes.
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      2. atalef
        atalef 30 January 2014 11: 08
        +1
        Quote: chunga-changa
        In any civilian port with a thorn you enclose the necessary piece of the berth, or the entire port. You put a booth with a sailor, hold out cables and power pipes, hang a plate in \ h xxxxx and that's it, here's a naval base

        Is that all?
        Strange, following your thought, any airdrome is the same, surrounded by a thorn (although it already exists as a rule) in short, set a sentry box and that’s all - the Air Force base?
        And where are the arsenals, secure networks (power, communications, fuel,) bunkers, and generally a huge amount of purely military infrastructure?
        1. chunga-changa
          chunga-changa 30 January 2014 12: 14
          +5
          Quote: atalef
          following your thought, any airdrome is the same, surrounded by a thorn (although it already exists as a rule), in short, set a sentry box and that’s all - the Air Force base?

          Exactly. Any similar "civilian" infrastructure object has instructions on this matter, there are supplies of the necessary and responsible persons. I will not explain the obvious. If ports are still so, but everything is simpler there, then airports are initially built and designed with the possibility of their military use. Yes, and they try to place arsenals as far from bases as possible. And our "military infrastructure" is mobile and can be easily deployed in any desired place; he himself served in such a unit.
      3. Nayhas
        Nayhas 30 January 2014 15: 02
        +1
        Quote: chunga-changa
        In any civilian port with a thorn you enclose the necessary piece of the berth, or the entire port. You put a booth with a sailor, hold out cables and power pipes, hang a plate in \ h xxxxx and that's it, here's a naval base. But it’s clear that in the open field of the naval base it is more interesting to do, there are higher fences and concrete guard boxes.

        What a nimble you are. Who will allow that? Well, let's say in case of war, yes, you can take away cars and warehouses for the needs of the country and not pay for steam and water with electricity. How about in peacetime? For example, there is no berth for the TAKR Minsk, so it can stand on a barrel, although in 16 years it will have to be sold to China for the amusement of the public, but nothing, if the war would have found a place in an instant, they would have moved which tanker ... say "pulling cables and power pipes, hanging a sign ..."
    3. valerei
      valerei 30 January 2014 12: 07
      +1
      Yes, beautiful. However, except for two Lukoil terminals, at whose expense is the banquet? I won’t be surprised that it will be paid from the treasury, and the owners will be ... Against the backdrop of the multi-billion dollar robberies of the treasury, everything can be.
      1. Olegovich
        Olegovich 30 January 2014 13: 25
        +4
        Quote: valerei
        However, except for two Lukoil terminals, at whose expense is the banquet? I won’t be surprised that it will be paid from the treasury, and the owners will be ... Against the backdrop of the multi-billion dollar robberies of the treasury, everything can be.

        How do you weeping brains all zas.r.ali handshake media. Have you tried to use the Internet and search? The country has long been a powerful business, for which 10-15 billion investments is a routine matter. And not oligarchic as well.
        Our citizens work in these ports, Russians pay taxes, feed their families, the country receives profits in the form of property taxes, UST, insurance, land taxes, energy is sold, people around us indirectly receive money - drivers, cooks, builders, sailors.
        But why do you need to know and move the convolutions. It’s easier to smear with black paint - that's how wonderful I would be, they would ask me, I would do everything right.
        1. Dante Alighieri
          Dante Alighieri 30 January 2014 14: 33
          +2
          Well, the country lives on hydrocarbon sales taxes. However, who told you that this is good? Sooner or later, resources will run out or will find new cheaper energy sources that require a powerful production and scientific-technical base. And then what? What will happen to our economy then? What will happen to these same port workers and their families? What will happen to millions of other families? We solve problems on their admission, yes? Do not think about the future? Of course, to a person living according to the principle: after us, even a flood - such a train of thought is forgiving, but what does such a person do on this site?
          Regarding the construction of ports - this is a plus, but their specificity makes us think.
          1. Olegovich
            Olegovich 30 January 2014 17: 25
            0
            Quote: Dante
            Well, yes, the country lives on hydrocarbon taxes

            Do you generally monitor the dynamics of industrial development in Russia?
            If yes, then you should know about Miratorg (2,5 million pigs, cattle), Rosatom (contracts for the construction of nuclear power plants around the world, providing fuel assemblies for several countries), RusHydro (electricity is also a commodity), Roscosmos (32 rocket launches - 1st place in the world, engines for the 1st stage of missiles are ours), Sukhoi, Angstrem, Kaspersky, Rosoboronexport (2nd place in the world), Sibur (launch in Tobolsk 500 thousand tons polypropylene production), Nizhnekamskneftekhim, Fosagro. And this list can still be continued for a long time - is that all hydrocarbons?
            1. Dante Alighieri
              Dante Alighieri 30 January 2014 20: 01
              -1
              I'm tracking. And it becomes just ridiculous when RusHydro, RosAtom and RosKosmos are cited as an example of modern successes. RusHydro and RosAtom exist entirely on the Soviet allotment. 32 launch, the Americans fly on our rockets only because their orders force RosKosomos not to modernize production, not to look for new design solutions that will allow the Americans to develop their space program in truly paradise conditions, the lack of a technological race. If you do not understand this, sprinkle ash on your head. RosAtom is really littered with orders, but this means that the spent nuclear rods will be taken to us for storage. Sukhoi makes good fighter jets, but an attempt to put in a civilian plane crashed into a mountain in Indonesia. Continue?
              1. Olegovich
                Olegovich 31 January 2014 11: 13
                0
                Quote: Dante
                Continue?

                You can!
                Roscosmos is poor and does not know about its problems, it has only one slipway, and even that one is busy with American orders. Probably hangar on the knee made and tested.
                RusHydro: at the same time, only LARGE 4th hydroelectric power plants are being built in Russia: Ust-Srednekanskaya, Boguchanskaya, Bureyskaya, Nizhne-Bureyskaya.
                Rosatom: it doesn’t mean at all that nuclear waste will be brought to us. On the contrary, waste management enterprises can be built in the same countries as part of contracts. And get money for it. By the way, Russia has developed a unique technology for the disposal of waste from nuclear power plants - fast reactors BN-800, BN-1200 (Beloyarsk) is being built.
                DRY: Production of Superjets: 2011 - 5 pcs., 2012 - 12 pcs., 2013 - 24 !, 2014 - 1 (for now). Anticipating your objection, FLYES - 39! Nobody works at the warehouse. It is delivered to three foreign airlines - Sky, Interjet, LAO. Flights started in the USA!
                Continue?
                1. Nagaibak
                  Nagaibak 31 January 2014 18: 01
                  0
                  Olegych "RusHydro: at the same time only LARGE 4 hydroelectric power plants are being built in Russia: Ust-Srednekanskaya, Boguchanskaya, Bureyskaya, Nizhne-Bureyskaya."
                  Port construction is good. Ports should be in Russia, and not among the Pribatians. I am for a balanced approach. Did you say something about socialism? Or maybe you shouldn’t wander around? I’m not reproaching you, but in general there’s nothing to compare with what was built during the union. Yes, they are building something, creating it ... After all, from the stations you have listed, what was built from scratch? It seems like nothing ...
                  I think that these stations are all being completed. So, there are not so many merits here. Dams were erected at the councils, and then the construction sites were frozen and that was all ...
                  1. Olegovich
                    Olegovich 1 February 2014 23: 24
                    0
                    Quote: Nagaibak
                    Dams were erected at the councils, and then the construction sites were frozen and that was all ...

                    Nizhne-Bureyskaya from scratch: look, excavation works
                    1. Nagaibak
                      Nagaibak 4 February 2014 21: 17
                      0
                      Olegych "Nizhne-Bureyskaya from scratch: look, foundation pit works"
                      Okay, at least one of the four from scratch do)))
                      In general, it’s good that even so ... Let them finish building, they raise it from scratch if only the country would be useful. Build more and tryndyat less ...
        2. Alekseev
          Alekseev 30 January 2014 16: 30
          +4
          Quote: Olegych
          How do you weeping brains all zas.r.ali handshake media.

          There is some... wink
          But for those who regret the development of transport infrastructure in Russia, one should remember: the construction of seaports is necessary, since trade in the Russian Federation is also necessary (like air, and like any other developed country)), and some of these structures ended up in not very friendly post-Soviet countries.
          Not only terminals for the export of hydrocarbons have been built, but also universal port complexes.
          And oil and gas, as if we were not rebuilding the economy, will occupy large volumes of export for a very long time, simply because there are so many of them in Russia.
          And, most importantly, you can’t take the ports anywhere. Neither offshore, nor the Swiss bank.
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          2. atalef
            atalef 30 January 2014 16: 33
            0
            Quote: Alekseev
            And, most importantly, you can’t take the ports anywhere. Neither offshore, nor the Swiss bank.

            Aluminum plants will take the same anywhere. and they are all offshore. Like this ?
            1. Alekseev
              Alekseev 30 January 2014 18: 43
              +2
              Quote: atalef
              Aluminum plants will take the same anywhere. and they are all offshore

              You won’t take plants away, but adequate tax system quite can bring.
              And this already done slowlyu, the more plants - that is, available.
              And everything is not fully offshore, otherwise they would have been gnawing at the bark for a long time, like hares in winter, like some countries with a chronic lack of money.
              Nevertheless, Russia paid off its debts, and in third place in the world in gold and foreign exchange reserves.
              And there are a lot of injustices, yes.
              But with her, this very justice, there is tension in the world in general ... yes
        3. Civil
          Civil 30 January 2014 16: 43
          +1
          Quote: Olegych
          Quote: valerei
          However, except for two Lukoil terminals, at whose expense is the banquet? I won’t be surprised that it will be paid from the treasury, and the owners will be ... Against the backdrop of the multi-billion dollar robberies of the treasury, everything can be.

          How do you weeping brains all zas.r.ali handshake media. Have you tried to use the Internet and search? The country has long been a powerful business, for which 10-15 billion investments is a routine matter. And not oligarchic as well.
          Our citizens work in these ports, Russians pay taxes, feed their families, the country receives profits in the form of property taxes, UST, insurance, land taxes, energy is sold, people around us indirectly receive money - drivers, cooks, builders, sailors.
          But why do you need to know and move the convolutions. It’s easier to smear with black paint - that's how wonderful I would be, they would ask me, I would do everything right.

          Dear, black paint is smeared by just those who we see every day on the street, but no disenfranchised Tajiks who work for your hosts in these ports.
          1. Before building ports, you need to arrange your processing.
          2. no one wants to establish as it is not profitable to keep assets in Russia.
          1. Olegovich
            Olegovich 30 January 2014 17: 33
            +1
            Quote: Civil
            Dear, black paint is smeared by just those who we see every day on the street, but no disenfranchised Tajiks who work for your hosts in these ports.
            1. Before building ports, you need to arrange your processing.
            2. no one wants to establish as it is not profitable to keep assets in Russia

            Do you think Tajiks are everywhere? And on cranes and on stackers, and in customs clearance?
            1. For processing - answered above. It is the refining at our refineries that bankrupt European refineries. We crush them with deliveries through our network of gas stations - Lukoil and Rosneft are everywhere, even in America.
            2. How interesting is it unprofitable to keep assets in Russia? And then who built these disadvantageous ports? Foreigners, for free?
            These are all profitable assets - this is a modern business, not stalls. And they work in "white", they can always come with a tax audit and other authorities.
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              Civil
              Civil 30 January 2014 18: 10
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              Do you think Tajiks are everywhere? And on cranes and on stackers, and in customs clearance?

              1. Go and do not be lazy, it is there that they work and work at loading / loading, figs you will get there from the sides and officially get settled.
              2. Only the elite get to customs, it is a family business for a long time.
              3.
              . It is the refining at our refineries that bankrupts European plants
              there is an opinion that this is due to shale gases from your friends in the United States.
              4. [quoteHow interesting, is it unprofitable to keep assets in Russia? And then who built these disadvantageous ports? Aliens, free?]


              In order to milk a cow, you have to buy a milking machine.

              Get into the trash))) I say there are serious people and organizations for this)))
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  • postman
    postman 30 January 2014 21: 20
    0
    Quote: Olegych
    It is the refining at our refineries that bankrupt European refineries.

    Do not make me laugh


    In order to go bankrupt, you need AS a minimum:
    -re-convert (and tax breaks just poured 3,14-SEE the report of the Accounts Chamber)
    -do not "interfere" with "good" and "not very" oil (and this cannot be done in terms of infrastructure)



    Quote: Olegych
    2. How interesting is it unprofitable to keep assets in Russia? And then who built these disadvantageous ports?

    All these "investment projects" - at the expense of the budget (you and me), and money to them "Ocean's friends (well, you know who I mean)"
    Quote: Olegych
    And they work in "white", the tax authorities and other authorities can always come to them.


    Ha ha ha ...
    The tax is even afraid to call them, and I will accept the inspector only after recording with the secretary, passing through the metal detector frame.
    And the costs there ..... "lick your fingers", corporate parties, houses, cars, yachts, with
    1. Olegovich
      Olegovich 31 January 2014 11: 23
      0
      If only fresh data were brought, but not for 2009.
      Most refineries have long and tightly upgraded. Settings change from scratch. Hydrotreating, hydrogen production, catalytic cracking.
      Regarding "secretaries, yachts and lick your fingers" - it's not even funny, but sad. As in the movie "garage" - "Have you seen him? - Have you! Have you listened? - Have you!" Paranoia.
  • Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 30 January 2014 09: 05
    +2
    The Baltics were built up tightly, well. good
  • Greenwood
    Greenwood 30 January 2014 09: 29
    +8
    Well, most of it is associated with the export of oil and gas. I’m not sure that this can be considered a reason for joy. It would be better if more military bases were built.
    1. Serg65
      Serg65 30 January 2014 11: 39
      +6
      Sorry, but what kind of base to build on. if you don't earn money? I am simply surprised by the policy of some "comrades". “It would be better if more military bases were built.” - it would be better, instead of boltology and obseralogy, they would be glad for their Motherland that it is rising to its feet. while also roaring at others!
    2. Olegovich
      Olegovich 30 January 2014 13: 35
      +3
      Quote: Greenwood
      Well, most of it is associated with the export of oil and gas. I’m not sure that this can be considered a reason for joy.

      Actually, there are huge ports that took work and money from the Balts (Ust-Luga and St. Petersburg), container terminals - in which there is far from oil and gas. For a long time, furniture, tires, paints, chemicals, rubbers, fertilizers have been exported from Russia to the European Union from Russia. This is not pleasing to you? Crude oil is exported less and less, and more gasoline, light oil products, gas oils, and oils are exported. Actually, because of this, refineries in Europe are closed (in Poland in the first place).
      And then, how will you ship LNG to Asia? Through the Great Silk Road?
    3. Bigriver
      Bigriver 30 January 2014 13: 52
      +2
      Quote: Greenwood
      Well, most of it is associated with the export of oil and gas. I’m not sure that this can be considered a reason for joy. It would be better if more military bases were built.

      Can coal be sold for export or, for example, lumber?
  • Takashi
    Takashi 30 January 2014 09: 30
    +6
    if summarized:
    1. The main ports are built in the Baltic - they are tied to container traffic
    2. further single buildings: in Sochi - tied to the Olympics (what will happen to him after that is unknown), on the Volga - you can see something is being built nearby (pipeline?)
    3. all other structures can hardly be called ports - these are just loading points for oil (gas) vessels and barges (in the North and Far East)
    1. skeptic
      skeptic 30 January 2014 11: 19
      +4
      Quote: Takashi
      further single buildings: in Sochi - tied to the Olympics (what will happen to him after that is unknown),


      Sometimes, it’s not bad to read it again:
      Berths and breakwater structures of the port form a single complex.
      After the XXII Olympic Winter Games will be converted into a marina for yachts.


      So there will be a desire - buy a yacht, customize until all VIP seats are sold.
      1. Takashi
        Takashi 30 January 2014 17: 05
        +1
        I always read very carefully.
        It’s immediately and incomprehensible: is it a port? wave protection facilities? or just a small artificial bay, created for one-time purposes - the reception of transports with building materials.

        -----------------
        aha. I’m selling a kidney. and a couple of oil tanks.
  • La-5
    La-5 30 January 2014 09: 31
    0
    Thanks to the author, a very interesting topic.
  • Vladimir65
    Vladimir65 30 January 2014 09: 47
    +4
    There is and will be something to export hydrocarbons from the country and import expired products in the form of spoiled fish.
  • slavik_gross
    slavik_gross 30 January 2014 10: 04
    +4
    And what has been built for the Navy since 1992?
    1. Olegovich
      Olegovich 30 January 2014 13: 42
      +2
      Quote: slavik_gross
      And what has been built for the Navy since 1992?

      Just offhand: The Zvezda Shipyard is actively being built in the Far East, military piers and breakwaters in Novorossiysk, and the base is being built in general.
  • ZU-23
    ZU-23 30 January 2014 10: 16
    +1
    But many are always dissatisfied with something, if a Russian today is not at least 60% satisfied with the country, then it’s just a troll and a whiner, as a rule they are undermined by one of their problems that they are too lazy to solve and maybe risk a little somewhere, they blame everything surrounding, and such are dangerous for others, especially for children and youth.
  • user
    user 30 January 2014 10: 33
    +5
    Given that 80% of world trade is carried out by sea, this is a big plus. Plus, we are leaving foreign ports and are slowly ceasing to feed probable opponents (the Baltic States) and under certain conditions, in the case of the coming of the Westerners and signing an agreement with the EU (Ukraine). This is all the money that goes to the budget, no matter what you trade, but from it to finance the Russian armed forces (weapons, salaries, housing).
    So the more Russia has seaports, the better infrastructure will be developed, the stronger the Russian state will be.
  • Captain45
    Captain45 30 January 2014 11: 10
    +2
    Quote: Greenwood
    Well, most of it is associated with the export of oil and gas. I’m not sure that this can be considered a reason for joy. It would be better if more military bases were built.

    I'm not sure that you have carefully read the article, out of 15 ports shown in the photo, only 5 are purely oil-loading, the remaining 10 are for all types of cargo, mainly container shipping. And what kind of military bases are you going to build on? Money from the budget for military bases also comes from the export of hydrocarbons and taxes from their production, since our economy cannot offer some high-tech products to the external market (export). And the seaports built in recent years with the use of new technologies fit well into the concept of what Putin said, I don't remember literally, but something like this: "Russia should become a connecting transport bridge between Europe and Asia." Hence the payment for transit through the territory of Russia, the regulation of cargo flows (we can slow down the cargo, new jobs and a lot of other things. I would like the "all-rains" from "rains, ear of matzo" to read the article and choke on snot.
  • crambol
    crambol 30 January 2014 11: 11
    +5
    And how the Baltic Limitrophs squealed that without their ports we would die! Well, and now?
  • pluginigor
    pluginigor 30 January 2014 11: 23
    -1
    Wow We build the ports together!
    We live wonderful!
    The tanker will approach us soon
    And we will pour oil into it.

    We will send oil to Europe
    Refuel them cars
    Well, bots will be sent to us
    To kids to shoe

    Here is our share
    "Raw material appendage" we
    But we won’t wake up either
    After all, the benefit for the whole country
    1. Olegovich
      Olegovich 30 January 2014 13: 45
      +1
      Look, 15 port complexes (including a mega-scale, like Ust-Luga), but comrade sucks! So we are going in the right direction. Such "comrades" will be even worse.
  • Leader
    Leader 30 January 2014 13: 19
    -1
    Glad for our oligarchs ... And for Putin’s daughter, who feeds from the Ust-Luga port, for example ...
    The plunder of the riches of Russia will go even faster ...
    Hooray!
    1. Olegovich
      Olegovich 30 January 2014 14: 05
      +1
      Quote: Leader
      Glad for our oligarchs ... And for Putin’s daughter, who feeds from the Ust-Luga port, for example ...

      Yes, indeed, it’s time to punish gossip already - I’ve felled, for example, so as not to spoil.
  • svp67
    svp67 30 January 2014 13: 27
    0
    Quote: Leader
    Glad for our oligarchs ... And for Putin’s daughter, who feeds from the Ust-Luga port, for example ...
    The plunder of the riches of Russia will go even faster ...
    Hooray!
    Stupid. Here sarcasm is not appropriate. Here, something else is needed ... And Putin’s daughter ..., well, at least thank you for not managing the country like the wife and daughters of EBN ...
  • Bigriver
    Bigriver 30 January 2014 13: 41
    +4
    However, the Khabarovsk residents missed.
    Vaninsky bulk carrier terminal on the banks of the Tatar Strait (SUEK).
    Started to work in 2008.
    Now they are preparing a site next to another one. But, another company.
  • Dromac
    Dromac 30 January 2014 13: 42
    +1
    It is very nice to read articles about your homeland in a positive way. The benefit of them has become many. We got out of the pit, could not finish us off, lost time. Now we spread our wings and fly :)
  • Megatron
    Megatron 30 January 2014 13: 58
    +2
    Good topic, I don’t understand where so much negativity comes from.
    By the way, I myself did not know that we have a drain of ports in St. Petersburg)
  • Blad_21617
    Blad_21617 30 January 2014 14: 00
    +1
    it would be better if the base for the Black Sea Fleet were built in Russia!
    1. Platov
      Platov 30 January 2014 16: 43
      0
      It’s being built, they don’t apply about it.
  • indiggo
    indiggo 30 January 2014 14: 06
    +2
    the news is good, but the comments are sad. I read and wonder how you can hate your homeland in this way.
    the construction of ports will allow thousands of people to give work, the economy and the infrastructure of production will develop.
    1. Bigriver
      Bigriver 30 January 2014 14: 17
      +4
      Quote: indiggo
      ... I read and wonder how you can hate your homeland so much.
      the construction of ports will allow thousands of people to give work, the economy and the infrastructure of production will develop.

      "The base would be better built ..." fellow This is from ignorance of life and their homeland winked
      In our country, if, for example, the Vanino port arises, then not only one region will die, but the entire economy of the Far Eastern region will tremble.
      Military bases are certainly good. But this Investigation state forces. A strong state without a strong economy does not exist.
      1. Dante Alighieri
        Dante Alighieri 30 January 2014 14: 45
        +3
        Tell me which economy is stronger, which produces, for example: machine tools, computers (although this word has somehow been forgotten so that let it be "computer technology"), mass-produced goods; or the one that deals exclusively with the import of energy resources?
        Understand correctly, the new ports do not upset anyone, their specifics upset, once again proving that the country is completely de-industrialized and turned into a raw materials appendage.
    2. alin12
      alin12 30 January 2014 14: 18
      +3
      That's for sure! It's great when there is work and development in the country!
  • silver_roman
    silver_roman 30 January 2014 14: 37
    +3
    You know, comrades, what's interesting?
    The scope of work for arranging the new port is huge. Pay attention to the dates of the start of construction and commissioning of the first stage or the complex as a whole: the timing is scanty for such large-scale works. And why? Why is a port for exporting, say, exported oil, being built in a matter of years, and let’s say the unfortunate frigate 20380, how the hell already knows how many years?
    Tell me that the technologies are mastered, and 20380 a new project, etc. etc., but all the same, everything is done so that natural resources can be pumped out without delay, but otherwise you will not meet such rates, I hope so far !!!

    ps I foresee a bunch of minuses from "Hurray-patriots", but do not think biased yourself!
    1. Olegovich
      Olegovich 30 January 2014 17: 40
      +1
      Quote: silver_roman
      Tell me that technology is mastered, and 20380 is a new project

      How can you compare a construction site and a warship? No, well, that's just what ?! How does one depend on or contradict one another?
      It’s sad, of course, that frigates will not be born in any way, but in order to judge, one must be at least in the subject, right? Why is it always necessary to look for some kind of trick in the normal case? So do not respect yourself?
  • ABV
    ABV 30 January 2014 14: 55
    +6
    Fine! keep it up! Latvians have already soared - they are calling on the Russian Federation to increase cargo through the Latvian ports .... well, tupuyye!
    http://www.warandpeace.ru/ru/news/view/87272/
  • Miffody
    Miffody 30 January 2014 15: 10
    +2
    Pay attention to the orientation of new ports and new ships under construction, everything is imprisoned for oil and gas, crackers smoke on the sidelines.
  • I think so
    I think so 30 January 2014 15: 22
    +2
    I noticed that all these "ports" are intended to be dragged out of Russia ... But what will then be left to their people when the robbery of the country is so organized? The question is rhetorical ...
    1. Olegovich
      Olegovich 30 January 2014 17: 42
      +2
      Quote: I think so
      I noticed that all these "ports" are intended to be carried from Russia

      Yeah, especially container terminals! laughing
  • Admiral 013
    Admiral 013 30 January 2014 15: 23
    +1
    I heard about Novorossiysk, about ours in the Primorsky Territory, but so much! That the fleet would have been restored, both military and cargo, well then there would have been a fairy tale!
  • moremansf
    moremansf 30 January 2014 15: 50
    +3
    Comrades !!!! About the Navy, too, have not forgotten:
    A new berthing infrastructure for mooring and basing ships of various classes with a total length of about 3 km will be created by the 2015 year in Baltiysk, the main naval base of the Baltic Fleet.
    "A new, modern berthing infrastructure is being created with the prospect of entering the fleet of a new generation of ships - patrol ships, corvettes, frigates, destroyers," - the head of the information support department of the press service of the Western Military District for the Baltic Fleet, Captain 30nd Rank Vladimir, told ITAR-TASS on January 2 Matveev.
    Currently, overhauls of the existing mooring front are underway in the harbors of the Baltic Naval Base: communications are being replaced to ensure parking and basing of ships, dredging operations are underway. About 200 specialists and about 50 units of various specialized construction equipment are involved in the facilities.
    So not everything is so bad !!!
    1. Olegovich
      Olegovich 30 January 2014 17: 44
      0
      Quote: moremansf
      A new berthing infrastructure for mooring and basing ships of various classes with a total length of about 3 km will be created by the 2015 year in Baltiysk, the main naval base of the Baltic Fleet.

      Eh, why do you spoil your comrades? They almost believed that there would be nothing good!
  • Power
    Power 30 January 2014 16: 28
    -2
    Palm oil delivery - oil and gas export. That's the whole business. And all the ports. Sucks.
    1. Olegovich
      Olegovich 30 January 2014 17: 46
      +2
      Quote: Strength
      Palm oil delivery - oil and gas export. That's the whole business. And all the ports. Sucks.

      Really sucks in someone's head.
  • Bigriver
    Bigriver 30 January 2014 16: 35
    +3
    Quote: Dante
    Tell me which economy is stronger, which produces, for example: machine tools, computers ... mass-produced goods; or one that deals exclusively with energy imports ?.

    A strong economy is an EFFECTIVE economy.
    The fuel and energy complex is an industry no less knowledge-intensive than the automotive industry. It is generally accepted on our Internet that there is the sum of the wells that hit the stars with oil, and the rest is transportation.
    As for exclusively exporting energy resources, you are poorly informed. I will not speak too broadly, I will say for my Khabarovsk Territory, in which oil and gas are NOT produced.
    The average increase in production over the past 10 years is more than the average in the Russian Federation - about 110-112%.
    We have a lot of engineering enterprises, defense industry. They are very tightly loaded with orders.
    1. Dante Alighieri
      Dante Alighieri 30 January 2014 20: 33
      0
      And now I’m not taking the defense industry, because the author of the article didn’t. And since I am commenting on the article, I can’t add anything off topic.
      1. Bigriver
        Bigriver 31 January 2014 04: 56
        +1
        Quote: Dante
        And now I’m not taking the defense industry, because the author of the article didn’t. And since I am commenting on the article, I can’t add anything off topic.

        You have already brought above.
        Observing only a fragment of the overall picture (new ports), you draw a conclusion about the entire macro picture of the economy (raw materials appendage).
        Have you heard the parable of the blind man who feels the trunk of an elephant? smile
  • Platov
    Platov 30 January 2014 16: 55
    +1
    In the pictures, everything is beautiful, the soul rejoices. I am not a specialist in the construction of ports, but I think a military port is much more expensive to build a military port.
  • stasimar
    stasimar 30 January 2014 17: 01
    +1
    Beautiful photos added mood. Another would be a photo of new industries and sown fields ...
  • xomaNN
    xomaNN 30 January 2014 18: 05
    0
    That's about the infrastructure of the Novorossiysk naval base - a military port, unfortunately, is unintelligible. And in connection with the Ukrainian. continuous events and as a result of the possible loss of Sevastopol, as the Navy of the Black Sea Fleet, after a few years, this is super-relevant. Will there be readiness by the year 17?
    1. voliador
      voliador 30 January 2014 19: 16
      0
      These are purely civilian ports.
  • mashine
    mashine 30 January 2014 18: 25
    +1
    Great selection! The arguments of the all-prowlers are getting weaker and weaker. What is left for them to do? It remains only to suffocate from the "Bloody regime" ... I feel sorry for them ...
  • Cristall
    Cristall 30 January 2014 18: 46
    +3
    Many in the Baltic, apparently correctly, are cut off by the Baltic countries, with their own ports / capacities.
    Only 1 at the World Cup. Hmm .. probably the Black Sea destinations are not so important (all the same, an enclosed basin and Turkey)
    And very little in the Far East ... although there has recently been an article on the need to reorient to Asia
  • Vako
    Vako 30 January 2014 19: 00
    0
    Informative!
  • kirpich
    kirpich 30 January 2014 19: 22
    +1
    Any seaport should be built with an eye on the Navy. Otherwise, such a port is worthless.
  • Stinger
    Stinger 30 January 2014 19: 54
    0
    Good thing. Only pride for some reason does not burst. It looks like improving sewer collectors. Only reverse. The drain of wealth, the influx of garbage. It is clear that the buildings are designed for the export of raw materials. What is being imported? Gasoline, lumber and liberal ideas?
  • uri1974
    uri1974 30 January 2014 20: 19
    0
    The "Made with us" adherents feel cramped on their website, they went to the masses. They sow the eternal, good, reasonable. An example of "not done with us" news. Hurray, they dug a foundation pit for the construction of a synchrophasotron plant, the following news: communications were brought into the foundation pit. Next news: construction of 1 building has begun. After that, a dozen more news follows, about how they built, how the roof was fenced, how they painted it, how the ribbon was cut, how one product was released. Then an analytical article about how with the release of 1 synchrophasotron, the world market for this product will collapse, since we will fill the whole world with our synchrophasotrons. To the timid comments that we buy all the components for synchrophasotrons in China and it would not be a bad idea to set up our own production of components. The person who wrote is subjected to public flogging, he is called vsepro.ralshchik, troll and the most terrible word "liberal". Everything ends with the removal of a day or more, doubting. Then the rest shout loud cheers, +1 to karma, so we will win. After that, everyone disperses and moves on to approvals for the next material. It's a pity that once an interesting site has turned into a muddy propaganda
  • Support
    Support 30 January 2014 21: 36
    0
    I still do not understand why thieves and murderers (90s), who later became large oligarchs and bankers (late 90-2014), now kiss the fifth point and claim that they are "salt of the earth"? HOW could a handful of traitors grab all the country's resources and remain free? And why is he still free? And now to admire some ports? The port is a convenience for the export of resources. RF - pantry? It turns out that way. Are we dancing on our grave? And the workplaces? For whom? Again for black-bellies? We have not built a single school in Kamchatka for the entire period (post-Soviet). But there are more shopping centers than residents on the entire peninsula. Oh, I forgot. Three sports complexes were built (one in Petropavlovsk, the second in Yelizovo, the third in Vilyuchinsk (a closed town)) - it's just one building and a bunch of rooms a la gymnasiums in it. Go to study if you have money. The only indoor pool in the whole of Kamchatka is going to be closed. Like for repairs. One (second) has already been renovated for 20 years. There is no work at all, except in the housing and communal services system. There was a seaport. During the construction of developed capitalism, it was destroyed (literally, as it looked after the bombing). They demolished the parking lot now. But the yachts are already being bought by local oligarchs.
  • parus2nik
    parus2nik 30 January 2014 21: 36
    +2
    I looked .. it seems like the eye is happy .. About Taman ... there is another port planned to be built at 27 berths .. in terms of cargo turnover, it should completely replace Novorossiysk .. land is being bought .. 2 hectares have been bought today .. And the process has been going on since the summer before last years .. Further .. Ship repair and shipbuilding plants in Rostov-on-Don, in Primorsko-Akhtarsk, Temryuk, Novorossiysk breathe better .. The truth is easier Novorossiysk..there's a reconstruction of the ship repair plant .. it is planned to repair the ships of the Navy ..
  • Governor
    Governor 30 January 2014 22: 10
    +1
    "Deadweight" - keep it up!
    But on the whole it’s very entertaining, and as I think that the Balts with the steering wheel remain - it’s straightforward to feel good at heart.
    More ports, good and different!
    The liberal disco, which has been going on for almost a quarter of a century, will close soon ... It's time to change the record.
  • Gespents
    Gespents 30 January 2014 22: 48
    +1
    Gorgeous ports to work on.
  • Pesnyadv
    Pesnyadv 31 January 2014 00: 51
    +1
    The soul rejoices, looking at these ports and moorings !!!
    And the groans and grunts of some forum participants resemble action at a push ... :)))
    Accordingly, the product from their posts (groans and grunts) is corresponding.

    I am not a supporter of hatred.
    Not a fan of optimistic simulated peppercorns.
    But it is impossible not to notice obvious positive.

    PS
    SPRING.
    I love nature.
    I cherish her beauty.
    In the spring, in the summer I will go out into the field - beauty is around. Blue cornflowers, red lights, white daisies ... The hand does not rise to this beauty.
    And my neighbor !!!
    Since spring, he has been picking his field. He brought all the flowers, spread the dirt, crows with rooks roam the field ...

    AUTUMN (the same lover of beauty).

    damn..d ...
    The flowers have dried up, the field is bare.
    Where and what to eat? !!!
    And my neighbor, you bastard, eats bread. Yes, he also manages to sell grain.
    Now the money is going to build a mill.
    He plans to sell not grain, but flour.

    Maybe in the spring I dig deeper into the field ?! ... if I live.
  • wax
    wax 31 January 2014 01: 12
    0
    Unfortunately, oil and gas are currently the source for the reconstruction of the industry and the development of high technologies that are important for the defense of the state.
    For a correct assessment of what is good and what is bad, you need to look at the budget: its income and expenditure. I have no strength to conduct such an analysis, maybe someone in the subject will enlighten the inquisitive audience. And about the ports - it is impressive, although there will not be enough of them (ports). Ports, especially for container cargo transshipment, can always be reassigned as the competitiveness of domestic mechanical engineering and the like increases, and if there are no ports, then there is no access to the seas and oceans. So, build, Russia! In the name of your people!
    1. Andrey77
      Andrey77 1 February 2014 17: 16
      0
      Unfortunately, oil and gas are currently the source for the reconstruction of the industry and the development of high technologies that are important for the defense of the state.
      --
      Oh, and the USSR did not live on oil and gas?
  • Estray_
    Estray_ 31 January 2014 01: 16
    0
    Quote: Postman
    Quote: Civil
    Goodbye oil, gas, wheat ...

    Goodbye smelt in the Gulf of Finland and other fish
    Goodbye jobs and fisheries
    The Gulf of Finland is a fishing reservoir. According to the Committee on Agro-Industrial and Fisheries of the Government of the Leningrad Region, there are “41 fishing sites in the bay, 28 of which are adjacent to the borders of the Vyborg district, 3 - of the Lomonosov and 10 Kingisepp area”. In 2011, about 8 thousand tons of sprats, about 5 thousand tons of herring, 15 tons of pike perch should be caught in the bay
    Goodbye beaches (coast closed for swimming)
    Goodbye plankton, larvae of crustaceans, mollusks, fish eggs, food supply for birds.
    -Farewell to the cost of apartments "Marine facade" (positioned - SEA FACADE SPB, front lane, view of the Gulf of Finland)
    “Where are the new territories being washed up?” In Japan, which is a mountainous country with an acute shortage of flat land, in the Netherlands, where it has been conquering land for many years by the sea (where there is little land even for a cemetery), in Singapore, located on an island and not able to develop otherwise, - But Russia is not Japan and not the Netherlands, it is a huge country: why should it be built in the Gulf of Finland? Is the shore “dysfunctional”?

    All waste of the city (St. Petersburg, Petrograd, Leningrad, St. Petersburg) and its industrial enterprises, which the Neva endured for centuries and everything that precipitated with silt and sand - UNCREAMED, LIFT, WE HAVE

    Salvage dough –1,2

    I agree, now you can’t catch a bream between Kanonerka and Vasilievsky
  • D_L
    D_L 31 January 2014 03: 42
    0
    Not so bad things.
    Good article. There is little reporting on the media in the media and they are silent about it in the print media.
    Thanks for the stuff.
    1. postman
      postman 31 January 2014 12: 34
      0
      Quote: D_L
      report about it a little and are silent in print media

      ??
      Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of 06.06.97 No. 554 “On ensuring transit of goods through the coastal territories of the Gulf of Finland”
      Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of 16.10.97 No. 1325 “On the Design, Construction and Operation of the Baltic Pipeline System in 1999”, of 30.04.1999 No. 476 “On Financing the Construction of the Baltic Pipeline System in 1999” and of July 14.07.2000, 522 No. XNUMX “ On the organization of financing and construction of the Baltic Pipeline System. ”


      “The Strategy for the Development of the Sea Port Infrastructure of Russia until 2030”
      Yes, everyone is shouting about it ""
      http://morvesti.ru/interview/index.php?news=8230
      http://expert.ru/expert/2013/10/ne-tihaya-gavan/
      Review of Maritime Transport 2008
      http://www.sodrugestvo.ru/news/press/153/
      http://www.klaipeda1945.org/o-budushhem/front-protiv-rossii/
  • boomer282
    boomer282 1 February 2014 00: 11
    0
    Zelo greyhound!
  • Zomanus
    Zomanus 2 February 2014 06: 06
    0
    It would be interesting to see a similar review on the subject of naval bases and airfields.