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EU blacklists major Russian shipyard due to Crimea conflict

JSC Zaliv Shipyard, a major Russian yard that builds both container ships and tankers, has now been added to the EU's sanction list because it participated in the construction of the Kerch bridge to the annexed Crimea penninsula. This is the first time a yard has been added to the list.

Tanker sets new record on the Northern Sea Route

Sovcomflot's huge LNG tanker vessel Christophe de Margerie (photo) has set a new time record for sailing north of Russia in July from the Yamal Peninsula to the Bering Strait without assistance from ice-breakers.

Russian gas pipeline could threaten shipping

If Denmark says no to a Russian gas pipeline due to political reasons, it could impact safety for ships in the Baltic Sea, as the project will instead be placed beyond the reach of Danish authorities in trafficked waters.

Russia hit with million-dollar fine after oil protests

An international court has sentenced Russia to pay USD 6 million in fines in a case related to Russia's imprisonment of 30 Greenpeace activists in 2013. The activists were protesting against oil drilling near the Arctic when Russian special forces boarded their ship.

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