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DP World and Russia to Pilot Container Shipping Via the Arctic Route

The Maritime Executive 23 Jul 2021
Russia continues to develop shipping through the Arctic promoting it as a faster route that is an alternative to the Suez Canal ... Environmentalists have been critical of Russia’s efforts to build Arctic shipping and promoting the environmentally sensitive region to commercial shipping.
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Russia to build first LNG-powered icebreakers for Arctic sea route

Metro USA 23 Jul 2021
The Kremlin wants to increase the amount of cargo transported through the NSR to 80 million tonnes from 33 million tonnes last year by shipping hydrocarbons and other resources produced in the Arctic ... Floating ice is seen during the expedition of the The Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic Ocean.
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Rosatom, DP World to join efforts on Arctic container shipments

Reuters 23 Jul 2021
... agreed on Friday to join efforts in developing pilot container shipping between Northwest Europe and East Asia through the Arctic, the companies said.
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Russia Signs Deal With Dubai Logistics Company to Navigate Thawing Arctic

New York Times 23 Jul 2021
DP World, a leading logistics company, agreed on Friday to cooperate with a Russian state company on shipping ventures in the Arctic Ocean ... .
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Carefully-curated playlists based on your personality type: Part 2

The Daily Californian 22 Jul 2021
... Dreams” by Green Day “Swish” by Mike StudShip in a Bottle” by Steffan Argus505” by Arctic MonkeysAnother Brick in the Wall” by Pink Floyd “The Bidding” by Tally HallGhosting” by Mother Mother.
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What auxiliary ships Russian fleet received after the pandemic

Russia Beyond 20 Jul 2021
These units will also be able to bring fuel and ammo to battle ships even in thick Arctic ice hundreds of kilometres away from shores ... As he noted, this ship, like all the new sea giants of Russia, is being built taking into account the fact that they may have the opportunity to ...
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CANADA'S TITANIC: Shipwreck remembered at Manitoulin museum

Canoe 20 Jul 2021
KAGAWONG, Ont ... Story continues below ... Lawrence River, 1,200 km away as the crow flies ... CANADA'S TITANIC ... The smaller ship, the 107-ft ... Over the years, Nelson has also staged exhibits on Le Griffon, the legendary (and lost) first ship on the Great Lakes, and on the ill-fated Franklin expedition to the Arctic ... A teapot from the ship’s first-class section ... .
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Tsar Nicolas II Thought Vodka Was Hurting Russians—But Banning It Helped Destroy His Empire

Time 20 Jul 2021
Read more ... Since they couldn’t legally sell their alcohol to the state retail monopoly, well-connected gentry distillers sent their warehouses of vodka by train to the Arctic port cities of Arkhangelsk and Murmansk, hoping to ship them to consumers in allied France, or to Japan and the Pacific across the single-track Trans-Siberian Railway ... .
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Unsustainable Arctic shipping risks accelerating damage to the Arctic environment

Phys Dot Org 19 Jul 2021
... in addition to the commercial benefits and opportunities in Arctic shipping ... Unsustainable Arctic shipping risks accelerating damage to the Arctic environment (2021, July 19) retrieved 19 July 2021 from https.//phys.org/news/2021-07-unsustainable-arctic-shipping-environment.html.
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Remembering the Bucs’ first visit to the White House

Tampa Bay Times 19 Jul 2021
TAMPA — This isn’t the first time the Bucs have been invited to the White House. It was a smaller contingent, but they visited in 1998. Not to celebrate a championship ... Unbelievably, it concluded with a rare surprise that is never part of the regular tour ... Hayes in 1880 and built from the oak timbers of the British Arctic exploration ship HMS Resolute.
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DNA: Why Russia wants to win the battle for Arctic dominance?

DNA India 17 Jul 2021
Russia is racing to build vast shipping routes, ...
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Russia races to build giant ice-breakers for Arctic dominance

Urdu Point 15 Jul 2021
Fronted by a Russian flag and named after the country's northern regions, the giant vessels are meant to ensure Moscow's dominance over the melting Arctic ... Russia has not skimped to reap Arctic benefits ... "We really need these ships in the Arctic," said Shapov, who is preparing to hire crew for the Sibir.
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Roush Review: A Harrowing Journey Into the Icy ‘North Water’

Cadillac News 15 Jul 2021
(Episodes stream weekly on Thursday on AMC+.) A laudanum addict tormented by memories of war in India, Sumner signs up to be the ship’s doctor aboard the whaling vessel Volunteer, where he’s often a lone voice of civility, morals, and ethics.See AlsoJack O'Connell Braves the Arctic in 'The North Water' Sneak Peek (VIDEO).
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Canada Provisionally Reopens Ports to Cruise Ships Starting November

The Maritime Executive 15 Jul 2021
As Canada continues to make progress in its efforts against COVID-19, the federal government announced provisional plans to reopen Canadian waters to international cruise ships as of November 1, 2021 ... “We will welcome cruise ships, an important part of our tourism sector, back in Canadian waters for the 2022 season.".
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AMC+’s The North Water Sneak Peek: ‘It Is a Grave Mistake to Think Too Much’

Coming Soon 15 Jul 2021
... up for a whaling expedition to the Arctic ... Set in Hull, England, and on the ice floes of the Arctic in the late 1850s, the series follows the story of Patrick Sumner (O’Connell), a disgraced ex-army surgeon who signs up as the ship’s doctor on a whaling expedition to the Arctic.
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