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The first detail for Aframax tanker

December 25, 2017 Officially

The first steel cutting for the first-in-class Aframax tanker was held at the Shipbuilding Complex “Zvezda” on December 8, 2017. The event took place in the hull production shop in the presence of important visitors and the SSC employers.

Aframax oil tankers will become the first orders of a new shipyard for large range vessel construction.  The future tankers are unique vessels. They are designed for unrestricted navigation area and designed for transportation of crude oil and oil products. The Aframax tankers are designed in compliance with high standards of environmental safety and can run on both traditional fuels and clean fuel – liquefied natural gas. The length of the tanker, construction of which officially started on December 8, will be 250 m, the beam - 44 m, deadweight - 114 kt. A helideck is provided for on the vessel.

The honorary guests on the ceremony were Andrey Shishkin, Vice-President for energetics, localization and innovations, PJSC “NK “Rosneft”, Konstantin Laptev, Head of the Machinery and Technologies Localization Department, PJSC “NK “Rosneft”, Oleg Tereshenko, Managing Director, JSC “Rosnefteflot” and Pavel Shihov, Director, Far Eastern Branch of the FAO “Russian Marine Register of Shipping”.

Spectators of the ceremonial moment also were the representatives of the partner companies, in particular, the Far Eastern Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Center, city administration of Bolshoy Kamen and, of course, SSC “Zvezda” personnel, which is expected to make the history by joint efforts further that is to take part in construction of the vessels.

In his welcoming speech Andrey Shishkin noticed that the way which Zvezda had made in two years –from the moment of outfitting the hull production shop and till the beginning of construction of the unique vessels that will carry oil and gas of “Rosneft” company. He congratulated the enterprise employees with the beginning of steel cutting for the first modern tanker, running on natural gas motor fuel, which will be fabricated in Russia.

–Zvezda has an objective set by the state, that is to bring Russian shipbuilding to a new level, - Sergey Tseluiko, the Managing Director of the Shipbuilding Complex addressed to the audience. "The largest and the most modern vessels shall be built at our facilities, the first of which will be the Aframax tanker." And the SSC team has a lot of work to do: from steel cutting to the vessel launch. In order to fulfill these tasks, “Zvezda” has all the conditions: the most advanced equipment, and most significantly, smart and skillful specialists. Way to go!

And now the main process has been launched: in front of the audience, the ultramodern highly dynamic gas-plasma cutting machine "Omnimat 8000" in a few minutes draws from a 13 mm thick steel sheet the image of the future detail with millimeter precision.

The act of the beginning of steel cutting for the lead "Aframax" tanker was signed by Andrey Shishkin, Sergey Tseluiko and Oleg Tereshchenko. Witnesses of this important event were given memorable souvenirs - tanker silhouettes cut out by SSC "Zvezda" workers with the same machine as the first detail of the future vessel was made.

After the ceremony, the guests saw other equipment of the hull production shop operating, in particular, hydraulic press for steel plate bending, butt welding portal for plates, portal cutting and marking machine SicoMat, portals for assembling and welding the main framing, turn-over unit of plates. The machines will process details of the future tanker.

Ekaterina Shuvalova, Marina Novoselova.

The keel-laying of the fourth of Aframax tanker took place on the open final assembly area of Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex.

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There are 12 tankers in the series of Aframax tankers. Manufacturing and assembly of sections of the first three tankers are performed in the shops and on the slipway of the enterprise in current times.   

Aframax tankers will be the first vessels of this type built in Russia. “Green” Aframax tankers are used for transportation of crude oil and oil products in unrestricted navigation. The vessel was designed in line with high environmental standards: the main and auxiliary power installations can work on the environmental responsible fuel- liquefied natural gas. The length of the future tanker is 250 meters, beam moulded is 44 meters, deadweight is 114,000 tons.   Aircraft platform is provided on the tanker.

The managing director of Zvezda SSC, LLC Sergey Tseluiko and customer's inspector of tanker, chief engineer of NK “Rosnefteflot” Yuriy Atyakshev attached memorable inset nameplate to the keel section of the future tanker during official ceremony involving shipyard specialists.

As noted Sergey Tseluyko, in the current context just such vessels will be able to sail across the whole world’s ocean without restriction.

“The serial production is the perspective of stability, and “Zvezda” has some orders. The main Customer - “Rosneft” provided the load of work program for shipyard until 2025. The keel-laying of the fourth of Aframax tanker has already shown, that we are very effective, the shipyard ready to build  new tankers for Russia,  gas-carriers and supply vessels for drilling rigs, and other kinds of marine facilities”, accented Sergey Tseluyko.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the Zvezda shipbuilding complex located in Bolshoy Kamen, Primorsky region.

The modern shipyard capacities will allow building ice-class vessels, tankers, gas carriers and marine equipment of any complexity. This year «Zvezda» was determined the sole contractor for the construction of the Leader nuclear-powered icebreaker with a capacity of 120 MW.

 «This is the largest nuclear-powered icebreaker in the world. This icebreaker will be able to break ice up to 4 meters thick», Vladimir Putin said.

Delegation got acquainted with the progress of the «SSK «Zvezda» construction project during the visit.

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The «Rosneft» chief executive officer Igor Sechin said in his report to the heads of two states: «The «SSK «Zvezda» project is being implemented by a consortium of investors led by «PAO «NK «Rosneft». Currently, the first stage main facilities, such as an open outfitting open final assembly area, hull structures fabrication shop and paint shops, have been commissioned. The second stage construction is proceeding at a faster pace».

The delegation examined the key production object of the second phase construction. This object is the largest dry dock in Russia, which will be commissioned 3 years ahead of schedule - in 2020. The construction of the main outfitting shops for the dry dock will also begin ahead of schedule - in September 2019.

The technical parameters of the dry dock will allow the construction of most types of existing and prospective ships almost without limit to the tonnage and launch weight of the hulls. The dry dock under construction with dimensions of 485 x 114 x 14 m is the only dock in Russia with such characteristics and one of the largest hydraulic structures in the world.

During dock construction was poured 140,000 m3 concrete castings, put in 6600 pilings. Giant crane «Goliaf» was installed on dry dock. It has 120 m height, 189 m width. It is the second crane this type, which was installed on «SSK «Zvezda» The first crane provides the work open final assembly area since 2018. At the earliest date dry dock will equipped with 4 crane towers with a direct boom and lifting capacity of 60 tons and a floating bulkhead will be installed.

The head of «Rosneft» reported on the shipyard production program and the current portfolio of orders: «Portfolio of «SSK «Zvezda» orders is constantly increasing and currently amounts to 39 vessels, and taking into account options – 59. «Rosneft» has placed orders for 28 vessels. Now in production – 9 vessels, including supply vessels and tankers of the «Aframax» class, working on gas fuel and meeting the latest environmental standards. Currently, preparations are underway to build gas carriers with a capacity of 172 thousand cubic meters of high ice class gas for operation in the Russian Arctic zone. Among the potential orders are a series of gas carriers for the Arctic LNG-2 project, medium-tonnage MR-class tankers on gas engine fuel and the world's most powerful nuclear icebreaker «Leader».

During the visit, Igor Sechin reported to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin on the readiness of the Company to begin the project implementation for the construction of a Far Eastern liquid natural gas plant.

The plant’s capacity will be 6 million 200 thousand tons of LNG per year. The plant’s resource base is the «Sakhalin-1» project fields and «Rosneft» own gas reserves on the Sakhalin shelf, totaling over 350 billion cubic meters.

According to «Rosneft» estimates, budget revenues during the project implementation period will exceed 5 trillion rubles, 5 thousand jobs will be created, and 700 permanent jobs will be created during the operation period. The new plant will strengthen Russia's position in the global gas market.

Hull assembly of the first multifunctional ice breaker supply vessel has been started on the open land-based assembly area.  Keel section was installed on the supporting device of the open land based assembly area. At the moment, works on pipes and outfitting installation, jointing of 6 sections of the vessel are in progress.

Stage of vessel construction on the open land-based assembly area means complex of activities on vessel’s sections installation as per drawings and their  preparation for welding.

The first request for the construction of four multifunctional ice breaker supply vessels was submitted by Rosneft acting as the anchor customer. In accordance with the construction schedule, launching of the first multifunctional ice breaker supply vessel is scheduled for 2019.

 Multifunctional ice breaker supply vessels are designed for the various areas of navigation. They are intended for the delivery of loads to the offshore drilling platforms, icebreaker support, vessels and offshore facilities towing.

Works on mobile shelters assembly and installation have also been started on the open land-based assembly area of 12 hectares. This will enable continuous process of blocks assembly under unfavorable weather conditions. Mobile shelters are equipped with bogies installed on the crane rails. There will be used an overhead travelling crane with load capacity of 5 tones to perform lifting operations inside shelters.

Zvezda shipbuilding complex & Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. (The Republic of Korea) in the framework of V Eastern Economic Forum signed the contract for design of gas carriers for Arctic LNG -2 project.

According to signed document Samsung Heavy Industries will become technology partner of the project & will transfer technical specification and rights to design documentation of project vessels to Zvezda shipbuilding complex. Also, Korean company will assist in development of working design documentation JSC “CDB “Lazurit”.

Built arctic gas carriers by Zvezda shipbuilding complex will meet all the requirements of the legislation of the Russian Federation that allows to recognize ships as Russian.

In 2018, PJSC “Novatek” confirmed the reservation of industrial capacity for the whole series of gas carrier ships of Zvezda shipbuilding complex for Arctic LNG -2 project. In April 2019, Zvezda shipbuilding complex and PJSC Sovcomflot concluded a construction contract for the pilot gas carrier for Arctic LNG -2 project.

The construction such vessels will be realized at Russian slipway for the first time ever. It should be noted such vessels weren’t produced in the USSR, they were ordered abroad for many years.

Vessel construction allows to overcome by itself the thickness of ice up to 2,1m. Powerplant output of gas carrier is 45MWth that is comparable power of the atomic ice breaker.

These arctic gas carriers are characterized increased environmental safety, in particular they use liquefied natural gas (LNG) as main fuel.

Information:

Zvezda Shipbuilding complex is being created basing on Zvezda Far Eastern Plant by a consortium headed by PJSC “NK “Rosneft”. Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex will construct large-range vessels, elements of offshore platforms, ice-class vessels, special vessels and other types of offshore facilities.

Rosneft entered into an exclusive agreement with the Zvezda shipyard to place all its orders for the construction of new marine equipment and vessels, as well as concluded contracts for the design, construction and supply of 28 vessels.

Samsung Heavy Industries has extensive experience and high qualification in the design and construction of gas carriers and Arctic tankers. It makes "big three" Korean shipbuilders.

First steel cutting ceremony for the second Aframax tanker, 114,000t dwt took place at Zvezda shipyard on the 15th of November.

The ceremony was attended by Rosneft Oil Company CEO Igor Sechin and Acting Governor of Primorsky Region Oleg Kozhemyako.

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The ceremony signaled the beginning of serial production at Zvezda shipyard of modern heavy-tonnage vessels for crude oil and oil products transportation. Aframax tankers will be the first vessels of such type built in the Russian Federation. Launching of the lead tanker is scheduled for 2020.

The keel-laying of the lead vessel was held in the outfitting slipway on September 11, 2018, during a visit of Vladimir Putin, the President of the Russian Federation to Zvezda shipyard.

The first steel plates were cut with highly accurate plasma gas cutting machine. The most advanced shipyard in Russia is equipped with high-tech machines and equipment using highly accurate methods of steel marking, welding and cutting, including laser ones. While vessel constructing inspection technologies are used based on noncontact measurements and 3D modeling, along with modern technologies that ensure control of operations at all stages, from documentation development to vessel delivery.

Within the framework of the visit to the shipyard, Igor Sechin and Oleg Kozhemyako watched the operation of equipment in the hull production shop, observed the outfitting slipway, construction sites of the dry dock and Sapphire Azipod Plant. The Company Managing Director and the regional Governor gave special attention to the construction objects of residential districts for the shipyard personnel.

As Igor Sechin said, the start of production of the Aframax vessels is essential to the whole country.

The construction of a modern shipyard of heavy-range shipbuilding is carried out on the basis of the President's instructions. The project involves the construction of production facilities of Zvezda shipbuilding complex, supporting utility infrastructure and housing for employees. The first part of the shipyard's production facilities was commissioned in 2016-2017. The largest dry dock in Russia is being built a year ahead of the schedule. “Having signed contracts for the construction of 25 vessels, Rosneft provided pilot production program for the new shipbuilding complex," - Igor Sechin said.

The chief Executive officer also pointed out that the startup of Aframax vessel production indicates not only the growth of technological, production, personnel potential of the shipbuilding industry, but it is also a matter of national security and independence.

The acting Governor of Primorsky Region Oleg Kozhemyako said that today's event is of great importance for Primorye: just three years after the project kick-off at Zvezda shipbuilding complex, they have already started serial production of the Aframax tankers.

"This is a new era in shipbuilding industry. No one have built such vessels in Russia. And, I am sure that shipbuilders will get all the plans and schedules done, they will deliver the first vessel in time. Further, there will be new orders that will ensure revenues to the regional budget, create new jobs. Currently we see the real work of Zvezda shipyard and Rosneft, making it possible to deal with the instructions of the Russian Federation President ", - noticed Kozhemyako.

Rosneft, Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex, VEB Leasing and Sovkomflot signed agreements for construction of two Aframax type tankers with their subsequent chartering.

Rosneft Oil Company, Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex, Arctic Leasing LLC (a VEB Group Company) and SKF ECO LLC (a Sovkomflot Group Company) in the framework of the Eastern Economic Forum signed a number of agreements for construction of two new generation Aframax crude oil tankers operating on LPG with their subsequent long-term chartering.

Agreements were signed by Chief Executive Officer of Rosneft Igor Sechin, General Director of Sovkomflot  Sergei Frank, General Director of Arctic Leasing LLC Yury Danilenko and Vice-President for Energy, Localization and Innovation of Rosneft Andrey Shishkin.

  At the moment portfolio of orders of Rosneft placed at Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex by Rosnefteflot JSC amounts to 10 Aframax type tankers.

Therefore, along with agreements signed at EEF-2018, portfolio of orders for this type of tankers has grown to 12 units. This is the largest serial order placed at Russian shipyards lately.

As per the documents, Arctic Leasing will place orders for construction of two Aframax type tankers with 114 thousand tons deadweight at the shipyard. In their turn Rosneft and SKF ECO LLC will sign two time-charter contracts (lease of vessel with a crew) for 20 years for export deliveries of crude oil and petroleum products from Russian ports of Baltic Sea region.

These  tankers are new generation vessels powered by natural gas motor fuel and meeting high ecological standards and new regulations for restriction of Sulphur oxide and green house gas emissions in the Baltic and Northern Seas that will come into force in 2020. 

Tankers will be delivered to the customer in 2022 and will operate under the Russian flag.

These agreements will facilitate localization of hull equipment manufacturing, gaining of advanced experience in the field of cargo vessels design as well as development of shipbuilding and industrial cluster in the Far East of Russia.

Signing of the agreements is a logical follow-up to the agreement with FESSC JSC signed in June 2014, according to which all orders of Rosneft for construction of marine facilities and vessels shall be placed at Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex.

Background information:

Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex was established in Bolshoi Kamen, Primorsky krai. Shipyard project comprises both operating objects which were commissioned, as follows: hull fabrication shop, paint shops and open land-based assembly area, and objects of the 2-nd stage which are under construction now – dry dock, full-cycle production workshops and workshops for construction of offshore facilities. Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex will construct large-range vessels, elements of offshore platforms, ice-class vessels and other types of offshore facilities.

Rosneft has signed exclusive agreement with Zvezda shipyard for placement of all its orders for construction of new offshore facilities and vessels, and signed contracts for design, construction and delivery of 25 vessels:

four multifunctional ice breaker supply vessels;

– ten Aframax type tankers;

– ten arctic shuttle tankers with 42 thousand tons deadweight;

– one arctic shuttle tanker with 69 thousand tons deadweight.

    Rosnefteflot is a specialized 100% Subsidiary of Rosneft that implements marine logistics projects, works on behalf of Rosneft to ensure marine charters, port support, implementation of ship building projects and management of the marine and inland fleet.

Information Policy Division

PJSC “NK “Rosneft”

September 12, 2018

At the «Zvezda» Shipbuilding Complex, a meeting was held between Igor Sechin, Chief Executive Officer of «PAO «NK «Rosneft», and Indian delegation led by Minister of Oil, Natural Gas and Steel Dharmendra Pradhan on 22nd of October.

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The Indian delegation included representatives of state structures and business circles of India, including: Chairman of the Board of Directors of ONGC Shashi Shankar, Director of ONGC Videsh A.K. Gupta, director of Bharat Petroleum, Lalit Watts, as well as senior executives from steelmakers Tata Steel, Steel Authority of India Limited, JSW and coal mining Coal India Limited.

The business visit took place within the framework of the agreements reached between the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi at the V Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.

During the meeting, the parties discussed relevant topics of cooperation, including cooperation on such successfully developing projects as the development of the Vankor cluster deposits and the development of Nayara Energy.

«Rosneft» is developing an integrated format of interaction with Indian partners. Our teamwork is based on trust, consideration of mutual interests and long-term prospects. The work goes along the entire technological chain - from oil production and refining to petrochemicals and the sale of petroleum products. I hope that today's meeting will give a new impulse to friendship between our countries», Igor Sechin noted in his speech.

The parties considered the prospects for joint participation in the «East Oil» project for development of the agreements reached in September during the visit of «Rosneft» delegation to India.

«Vostok Oil» has a large-scale resource base. A new world-class cluster will be created in the future», said Igor Sechin.

The «Vostok Oil» project includes the resource base of the largest deposits of the Vankor cluster (Vankorsky, Suzunsky, Tagulsky and Lodochny), as well as promising oil fields in the north of the Krasnoyarsk region, such as the Payakhskaya group of fields and the West-Irkinsky site. The cluster approach to the development of these deposits will maximize the realization of their production potential and provide significant synergy.

An additional competitive advantage of the «East Oil» project is its proximity to the unique transport corridor - the Northern Sea Route. Its use opens up the possibility of supplying raw materials from «Vostok Oil» fields in two directions at once: to European and Asian markets. Oil will be transported by Arc 7 ice-class tankers with partial escort by icebreakers, followed by transshipment to typical oil tankers.

According to Igor Sechin, taking into account large volumes of production within the framework of the «East Oil» project, it is advisable to use your own fleet. This ensures timely transportation and eliminates the dependence on freight rates in the market. The proposed logistic scheme will allow for the sale of high-quality raw materials of the «East Oil» project with a significant premium in relation to Brent grade oil.

The Zvezda shipyard is the first center of high-tech shipbuilding in the country and one of the leading shipyards in the Asia-Pacific region. It plays an important role in creating a modern ice and tanker fleet in Russia. During the visit, the Indian delegation got acquainted with the progress of «Zvezda» construction and visited its key production facilities, including a dry dock and an outfit, where the first two vessels are currently being assembled: a supply vessel and an «Aframax» type tanker, the construction of which is in the final stage. In total, 8 vessels are currently being built at the shipyard: 4 supply vessels of reinforced ice class and 4 «Aframax» type tankers.

«Since 2015, on behalf of Russian president Vladimir Putin, the shipyard construction project has been implemented by a consortium of investors led by «Rosneft». A total of 97 objects will be built: 30 of them are large industrial ones, including 16 objects of the first stage, the main of which have already been commissioned, and 14 objects of the second stage. The construction of the second stage is proceeding at a faster pace», Igor Sechin told the Indian delegation.

The meeting discussed the possibility of placing orders on «Zvezda» by Indian companies. The technological capabilities of the shipyard allow to build all existing and promising types of ships, including high-tech nuclear icebreakers, tankers, gas carriers, large-capacity vessels, offshore drilling, exploration and production platforms, ships and vessels of the service fleet, primarily ice class.

On 24th of July a floating transfer dock with a lifting capacity of 40,000 tonnes has been delivered and moored to the berth of Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex.
The floating transfer dock is one of the shipyard's key elements. It is designed for launching from the slipway large-sized marine vessels, 300 m length and over 50 m width, with a launching weight up to 40,000 tonnes, as well as offshore facilities, like drilling platforms and their pieces (bases and topsides)
In addition, the dock can be used to lift from water elements subject to repair and then transfer them to the berth or launch them, and also to tow a ship or a drilling platform element within the navigation area.

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The dock was built by Chinese BSIC under the order of the Russian shipyard.
The new equipment will ensure Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex' manufacturing ships of the very types and sizes that Russian companies had to order abroad owing to a lack of manufacturing facilities in Russia. Companies will be able to increase economic efficiency of large-scale projects through placing orders for vessel production on the Russian shipyard.
The floating transfer dock is another piece of unique equipment at the disposal of Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex. The open outfitting slip has already been equipped with four portal jib cranes with a lifting capacity of 320 tonnes, four gantries with a lifting capacity of 100 tonnes, and a unique Goliath crane with a lifting capacity of 1,200 tonnes. The crane equipment has been massively used for production since 2017.
 Following the towing, the floating dock anchored at the roadstead in Ussuri Bay and was delivered to the shipyard's own waters in 3 hours. The dock is moored to its staff place at the open outfitting slipway of the shipyard.

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As of today, Zvezda's portfolio amounts to over 25 contracts for construction of Aframax tankers, Arctic shuttles, supply vessels, and a shallow-draft icebreaker.
Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex has about 1,500 employees at the moment, 87% of whom live in the Far East. The shipyard intends to hire about 2,000 more professionals of various occupations this year. By 2024, the number of employees will exceed 7,000.
The shipyard is actively negotiating with potential customers to sign a range of new contracts, including orders for ice-class tankers, supply vessels, gas-carrier vessels, and auxiliary vessels.
In addition to the largest dry dock in Russia, which is currently under construction, the transfer dock will expand the production capabilities of Zvezda shipyard, ensuring launching of vessels and marine equipment under construction from the open outfitting slipway.
The dock was built and delivered under the timeline specified by the contract. The floating transfer dock was constructed and tested subject to the rules and control of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping.

 

Zvezda and Samsung Heavy Industries create a joint venture for construction of Arctic shuttle tankers.

Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex and Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. (The Republic of Korea) signed the Term Sheet for creating a joint venture (JV) to manage projects for construction  of Arctic shuttle tankers ranging from 42,000 to 120,000 dwt

Under the Agreement terms, the JV shall be established by the end of the year. The Agreement was signed by Jinhan Bae, Executive Vice President, Samsung Heavy Industries and      S.Tseluyko, Managing Director, Zvezda SBC Ltd.

The agreement terms include exchange of experience in designing and construction of shuttle tankers. Samsung Heavy Industries will provide technical specifications as well as the basic and detailed design of the vessels to Zvezda and will assist with development of detailed engineering drawings jointly with Lazurit Central Design Bureau.

In addition, Korean shipbuilder will also provide technical support for planning, project management and quality assurance during construction and assembly, procurement of materials and equipment and ensure the engineering support of construction of shuttle tankers at Zvezda.

Samsung will also train the Russian personnel at their shipyard and organize intership programmes at similar projects.

Information:

SHI has extensive experience and high qualification in the design and construction of Arctic shuttle tankers. It makes "big three" Korean shipbuilders.

Zvezda Shipbuilding complex is being created basing on Zvezda Far Eastern Plant by a consortium headed by Rosneft. The shipbuilding complex design provides for the construction of an outfitting berth, a dry dock, full-cycle production shops, and shops for the construction of offshore marine facilities.

Zvezda Shipbuilding complex will produce large-sized vessels, offshore platform elements, ice-class vessels, special vessels, and other marine facilities.

Rosneft entered into an exclusive agreement with the Zvezda shipyard to place all its orders for the construction of new marine equipment and vessels, as well as concluded contracts for the design, construction and supply:

–four multifunctional ice-breaking supply vessels; 

–ten Aframax tankers; 

– ten Arctic shuttle tankers, 42,000 t dwt;

– Arctic shuttle tanker, 69,000 t dwt.

Rosneft Information Division
Phone: 7 (499) 517-88-97
September 12, 2018

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