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General Electric bans Primorsky Zvezda to procure screws from the shipbuilding corporation

The Zvezda Primorsk Shipyard does not plan to purchase propellers for Arctic gas carriers for the Novatek project Arctic LNG-15 from the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC). This is not allowed by the General Electric Company of Singapore, which owns 2% of the plant.

As reported "Vedomosti"The USC believes that the prohibition on the purchase of screws is associated with Western sanctions, so the Zvezda equipment will most likely have to be purchased abroad. At the same time, the 15 of such ships built for Novatek at the South Korean shipyard Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, propellers were the only significant component ordered from the USC. The Asterisk Ship Repair Center included in USC shipped 45 screws for them and received several tens of million euros.

After the creation of the Sapphire wind turbine plant, General Electric has the right to veto certain equipment for Zvezda, since 50% of the plant is owned by a Singaporean company, 45 and 5% - to Rosneft and Inter RAO, respectively.