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Dmitry Rogozin entrusted Rosprirodnadzor with an order to prepare an expertise on the project of the Zvezda shipyard in 10-day period - EastRussia | Far East

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To prepare the expertise on the project of the shipyard Zvezda in the 10-day period instructed Rosprirodnadzor Dmitry Rogozin

In 10-day time, Rosprirodnadzor was instructed by Rosprirodnadzor to prepare an environmental assessment of the project for the construction of the Zvezda shipyard in Primorye by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin

Prepare expertise on the project of the shipyard
“I give such an instruction, we will put it in the minutes of today's meeting (on the construction of the shipyard),” the deputy prime minister said during a visit to the facilities of the shipyard in Bolshoy Kamen on Wednesday.

An initiative to prepare an environmental impact assessment of the project on Wednesday at a short time during the event was made by the Vice-President for Energy and Localization of Rosneft, Andrei Shishkin.

"Since 10 June 2016, the project documentation is being re-examined in Glavgosexpertiza. Taking into account the stage-by-stage erection and commissioning of the shipbuilding complex, it became necessary to obtain a second opinion of the state environmental review and Rosprirodnadzor. The project documentation has been formed and 21 numbers transferred to Rosprirodnadzor of the city of Khabarovsk, "A.Shishkin said.

The financing of the project on the construction of the Zvezda complex currently amounts to 84 billion rubles, said A. Shishkin on Wednesday at a meeting in the Big Stone.

He clarified that the financing is carried out at the expense of own funds of the participants of the consortium JSC Rosneftegaz, Rosneft and Gazprombank.

Earlier, the head of Rosneft, Igor Sechin, said that the total investment in the construction of the Zvezda complex would be 145 billion rubles. A.Shishkin noted that Rosneft does not intend to request funds of the National Welfare Fund for the construction of Zvezda from the government, Interfax notes.

According to A.Shishkin, the first facilities of the Zvezda complex will be launched on September 2.

“During the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, at Zvezda, measures are planned to launch the first start-up facilities included in the first, extended, construction stage of the new shipyard. It is also planned to lay products for the Russian Navy, raise the flag on the multifunctional tanker Rosneft-Sakhalin and sign a number of documents on the development of the Zvezda plant, in particular, on the start of construction of wind turbine and electrical equipment plants, ”he said.

Yury Filchenok, general director of Far East Plant Zvezda, said at the meeting that the main works on the construction of the block of production facilities have now been completed, the equipment has been installed in painting chambers.

“At the site where vessels will assemble, concreting is underway, the formation of a mooring wall is coming to an end. Also signed contracts for the supply of crane equipment on the stocks. On the key positions of the process equipment, the supply is made on 77%. Only in the last month, the increase in the number of vehicles used at the facilities amounted to 40%, ”explained Filchenko.

The shipbuilding complex "Zvezda" is being created on the basis of the Far Eastern Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Center (DCSD) by a consortium of Rosneftegaz, Rosneft and Gazprombank. Pilot loading of the complex is provided by Rosneft, which concluded an exclusive agreement with the DCSD on the placement of all orders for the construction of new marine equipment and vessels at its facilities, as well as contracts for the design, construction and supply of two multifunctional supply vessels for reinforced ice class. New ships of about 100 m length will be able to operate under particularly difficult conditions during the offshore projects of Rosneft in the northern seas. In addition, it is planned to build two more supply vessels.