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Low water level in the river Yana hinders the continuation of the Northern delivery
Arctic navigation is in full swing. The fleet of PJSC "Lensky United River Shipping Company" needs to bring to the points of the Arctic coast the 230 thousand tons of vital cargo for the provision of the North in the upcoming winter period. Now, the navigation on the Yana River is a difficult issue because of the drop in the water level.
Since 13 August, the FBU "Administration of the Lena Basin" has introduced a restriction on the draft of the vessels in the area of Nizhneyansk-Ust-Kuyga. Because of this, GUP "Housing and Utilities of the RS (Y)" decided to unload coal in Nizhneyansk and on the quay of PJSC "LORP" for temporary accommodation for its subsequent transportation to Ust-Kuyg. As of 22 August, 26 915 tons have been unloaded. According to the transportation plan, more than 130 thousand tons of cargo will be delivered to Jana, mainly oil products and coal for the SUE "Housing and communal services of the RS (Y)", JSC "Sakhaenergo" and JSC "Teploenergoservis".
According to the press service of the "LORP", six units of the dry cargo fleet are on the road to Nizhneyansk, from 13 thousand tons of coal on board, on the approach from Lena there are still 24 thousand tons of coal. There are also Lenaneft-2031 and Lenaneft-2032 with 4,8 thousand tons of oil products on board. The downtime of the fleet in anticipation of unloading causes great losses not only to the consignor, but also to the carrier - the Lena Shipping Company.
The leadership of the LORP informed the State Committee on Ensuring the Safety of the Community of Yakutia and the Regional Ministry of Transport and Roads. According to the forecasts of hydrometeorologists, no positive changes in water levels are expected on the Yana River. It was proposed to solve the issue of determining the land sections of the Jana river bank in the area of Nizhneyansk, and also to release the mixed navigation vessels of the Lena Shipping Company, which are necessary for the continuation of deliveries of cargoes to the Arctic zone.