Novatek expands transportation towards China Novatek, Russia's largest independent natural gas producer, has delivered a shipment of stable condensate to China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) along the Northern Sea Route, the Russian company reported in a news release Tuesday.
The shipment, leaving from the Murmansk port in Russia, docked at the Chinese port of Ninbo in only 22 days.
The successful delivery proved that the Northern Sea Route is time-saving and viable for delivering goods to China and other Pacific nations t ... Novatek、ロシア最大の独立系天然ガスの生産、ルート海北部に沿っている）国立配信出荷の安。凝縮、中国海洋石油オフショア石油公社（ロシアの企業は、火曜日のニュース報告にリリース
Interest rising in Arctic route, pioneer says Shipping companies and charterers are showing growing interest in using the northern sea route through Arctic waters between Europe and Asia, says the head of the shipping firm that helped pioneer the trade lane.
How Libyan Rebels Got A $120,000 Micro-Drone Drones are on the rise. Shell Oil is using them for exploration in the Arctic. News Corp's The Daily has one that it used to gather news footage from disaster areas (perhaps violating FAA regulations). And now a Canadian dronemaker has revealed that it supplied Libyan rebels with one after they spotted it on the Internet and realized it would help them fight Gaddafi's forces. 無人偵察機が増えています
Should Greenpeace be fined? | Poll Oil company Cairn Energy has filed legal papers with a Dutch court to fine Greenpeace £1.76m a day if the group continues to disrupt its drilling in the Arctic. The fine, if implemented, would bankrupt Greenpeace
Five states have responsibilities to administer Arctic Ocean: Cannon (2) Cannon said that the Arctic Ocean coastal states would be the first ones affected and the best places to respond.
He revealed that the Arctic Ocean coastal states were working toward a legally binding Arctic search and rescue agreement through the Arctic Council. They were also pursuing a mandatory regime to make shipping in the Arctic waters safer through the International Maritime Organization.
The Arctic Ocean coastal states are committed to implementing the Arctic Council's Arctic Offs ... キャノンは、北極海沿岸諸国との最初のものの影響を受け対応するための最良の場所になると述べた
Polar bear whistle blower faces own threat The wildlife biologist whose 2006 article about polar bears drowning in the Arctic Ocean helped galvanise the global warming movement is facing accusations of scientific misconduct and is on administrative leave.The federal agency... その2006年の記事北極海で溺死ホッキョクグマに関する野生生物の生物学者は、地球温暖化の動きは、科学的な不正行為の告発に直面している活気づける助けと行政leave.The連邦機関には...
Catlin Arctic survey: stormy winds, thin ice and polar bear prints The Catlin Arctic expedition team battles on against the elements and finds a surprising amount of thin and melting iceSince myself, Martin and Charlie – the Catlin Arctic survey explorer team – were dropped off on the Arctic ice and collected our very first science samples, we've had an eventful time. We've had a mixture of really evil cold and windy weather, beautiful sunny days, gloomy foggy days and of course a storm or two.All part of the Arctic experience – but this time one of the horrors has been incredibly strong north winds. The cold is amplified but we also feel as if we are living in a grinder. No matter how far north we trek, we are constantly being driven south by the wind. So at the end of each day we are almost back where we started. It's annoying – but we are ploughing on and hoping for the wind to change soon.We've also been seeing vast areas of open water and very thin ice – it's the first time any of us have experienced anything quite like this on such a large scale. The way the ice is behaving is simply the strangest we have ever seen. We've spent days on ice that was bending, bouncing and wobbling as we passed over it. Martin's feet went through a few times – his walking on thin ice technique rather resembling a rhino!There was one massive area which I knew would not take our weight – and having tried to skirt around it for quite some time I decided that I would have to go for a swim. The idea was for me to swim over with ropes attached back and front to the sledges, and then for me to pull the others over, sitting on the floating sledges one by one. As it turned out, once I'd got my immersion suit on I was able to slither across the ice on my belly like a snake for about 30 metres and then pull the guys across.We've had a few more problems with t 要素に対してのキャトリン北極遠征隊の戦いと発見が薄いの驚くべき量と自分自身をiceSinceを溶融し、マーティンは、チャーリー - キャトリン北極調査探検チーム - 北極海の氷に落ちていたと我々の最初の科学のサンプルを、我々。。u0026#39;収集veは忙しい時間を過ごした
Arctic ice island 'poses no immediate threat' The largest ice island in almost 50 years poses no immediate threat as it will take up to two years to drift through the Arctic Ocean, the Canadian who discovered it told AFP.Trudy Wohlleben, a forecaster from the Canadian Ice Service, spotted the massive slab of ice that broke off a glacier in Greenland last week as she analyzed raw data from a NASA satellite.At about 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) long and 10 kilometers wide, the ice island is about four times the size of Manhattan and experts say the last time the Arctic lost such a large chunk was in 1962. ほぼ50年間で最大の氷の島は差し迫った脅威、それが2年に北極海、誰が発見AFP.Trudy Wohllebenを、カナダのアイスサービスから予報、と語った発見カナダでドリフトまでかかるようにポーズ大規模なスラブ彼女は約30 NASAのsatellite.Atから（18.6マイル）の長さ10キロメートル、。氷の島は、マンハッタンと専門家の約4倍の大きさ言っているキロの生データを分析し、先週グリーンランドの氷河を折った氷の北極はこのような大量に失われた前回は1962年にされた
Huge ice island may pose threat to shipping STOCKHOLM - An island of ice more than four times the size of Manhattan is drifting across the Arctic Ocean after breaking off from a glacier in Greenland.Potentially in the path of this unstoppable giant are oil platforms and... ストックホルムは - 氷マンハッタンの4倍以上のサイズの島は北極海全体の氷河から止め巨人のパスGreenland.Potentiallyで離脱した後の石油プラットフォームと...て漂流している