6th Industry Seminar 9th December 2016

The 6th and last industry seminar as part of CHNL’s Arctic 2030 project took place at DNV GL Korea, Haeundae I-Park, Busan, South-Korea on Friday 9th of December from 10:00 to 14:15. The MFA-funded Arctic 2030 project is a joint project with the Institute of Arctic Logistics of Youngsan University in Busan, South-Korea and FSUE Atomflot in Murmansk, Russia. Norwegian partners with CHNL are Department of Marine Technology at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), DNV GL's Arctic Operations & Technology, and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association. The 6th seminar was on: NSR’s Future Maritime Transportation & Logistics System.



 
 
 
Seminar Program
 

 
Participants List



 
 
 
“Three Steps in Addressing Logistical Challenges in the Arctic”
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
“Current Status of Maritime Infrastructure along the NSR”
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Some Development Scenarios for Future NSR Maritime Infrastructure"
 
Presented by Morten
Mejlænder-Larsen
 

 
"Use of Multi-Purpose Offshore Floating Hubs in the Arctic"
 
Presented by Aleksandar-Saša Milaković
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Cost Estimates & Financing of a New NSR Maritime Infrastructure"
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
"Future Transit Transport and Infrastructure on the NSR"
 
Presented by Sungwon Hong
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Investment Into NSR Infrastructure to Reduce the Need for Icebreakers Support"
 
Presented by Aleksandar-Saša Milaković
 
 
 
 
5th  Industry Seminar 25th October 2016
 
The 5th of six scheduled industry seminars as part of CHNL’s Arctic 2030 project took place at DNV GL headquarters in Høvik (Oslo) on Tuesday 25th of October from 10:00 to 15:00. The seminar was attended by 21 participants representing commercial shipping, logistics companies, classification society, maritime research organizations, academia, and government. The MFA-funded Arctic 2030 project is a joint project with the Institute of Arctic Logistics of Youngsan University in Busan, South-Korea and FSUE Atomflot in Murmansk, Russia. Norwegian partners with CHNL are Department of Marine Technology at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), DNV GL's Arctic Operations & Technology, and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association. The 5th seminar was on: Cost-Benefit-Risk Analysis of NSR Shipping.

 
 
 
 
Below you will find links to the seminar program, participant list and seminar presentations.
 
 
Seminar Program
 

 
Participants List
 
 
 
 
 
 
“Analysis of Ship Traffic along the NSR in 2016”
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 

 
“PEST Analysis: NSR as a Future Trade Route”
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
 
 
 
 
"SWOT Analysis: NSR as a Future Trade Route"
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 
 
"Risk Analysis: NSR as a Future Trade Route"
 
Presented by Morten
Mejlænder-Larsen
 
 
 
 
 

 
"Cost-Benefit-Risk Analysis: Theoretical Background"
 
Presented by Aleksandar-Saša Milaković
 

 
"Cargo Transport on the NSR: Preliminary Cost-Benefit-Risk
Analysis"
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson & Sergey Balmasov
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Cost-Benefit-Risk Analysis of Shipping Heavy Equipment
and Project Cargos along the NSR vs. the Suez Route"
 
Presented by Sungwon Hong
 

 
 
4th  Industry Seminar 31st May 2016
 
The 4th of six scheduled industry seminars as part of CHNL’s Arctic 2030 project took place at DNV GL Korea, Haeundae I-Park, Busan, South-Korea on Tuesday 31st of May from 10:00 to 15:40. The seminar was attended by 32 participants representing commercial shipping, port authorities, shipbuilding, logistics companies, classification societies, maritime research organizations, academia, and government. The MFA-funded Arctic 2030 project is a joint project with the Institute of Arctic Logistics of Youngsan University in Busan, South-Korea and FSUE Atomflot in Murmansk, Russia. Norwegian partners with CHNL are Department of Marine Technology at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), DNV GL's Arctic Operations & Technology, and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association. The 4th seminar was on: NSR’s Future Cargo Base.
 
 
Below you will find links to the seminar program, participant list and seminar presentations.
 
 
Seminar Program
 

 
Participants List
 
 
 
 
 
 
“Russia’s Latest Efforts Regarding the Future Development of the NSR”
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 

 
“NSR’s Economic and Strategic Significance for Russia and Future Prospects of the NSR as an International Trade Route”
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Business Model for Commercial Trans-Arctic Shipping"
 
Presented by Aleksandar-Saša Milaković
 
 
"Importance of Transshipment Hubs for the Development of the NSR"
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
 
 
 

 
"Potential Cargos for Transport from Russian Arctic Ports and Terminals"
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 

 
"Potential Cargos for NSR Transport between NE Asian and NW European Markets"
 
Presented by Sungwon Hong
 
 
 
 
 
 
"NSR Cargo Base by Analyzing Export-Import Items between East Asia and NW Europe"
 
Presented by Kitae Kim
 
 
"NSR-Based Business in NE Asia"
 
Presented by Sungki Chang
 
 
 
 
 
 
"NSR’s Sustainability Plan for Cargo Transport between NW Europe and NE Asia"
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
 
 
3rd  Industry Seminar 30th May 2016
 
The 3rd of six scheduled industry seminars as part of CHNL’s Arctic 2030 project took place at DNV GL Korea, Haeundae I-Park, Busan, South-Korea on Monday 30th of May from 10:00 to 16:00. The seminar was attended by 33 participants representing commercial shipping, port authorities, shipbuilding, logistics companies, classification societies, maritime research organizations, academia, and government. The MFA-funded Arctic 2030 project is a joint project with the Institute of Arctic Logistics of Youngsan University in Busan, South-Korea and FSUE Atomflot in Murmansk, Russia. Norwegian partners with CHNL are Department of Marine Technology at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), DNV GL's Arctic Operations & Technology, and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association. Third seminar was on: Sea-Ice & Operational Conditions for Ships on the NSR.
 






Below you will find links to the seminar program, participant list and seminar presentations.
 
 
Seminar Program
 

 
Participants List
 
 
 
 
 
 
“Norway-South Korea Joint Research Project”
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 

 
“Navigation in Arctic Sea-Ice and the Polar Code’s New Safety Requirements”
 
Presented by Håvard Nyseth
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Methods of Evaluating Arctic Sea-Ice Distribution and Thickness for Arctic Shipping"
 
Presented by Aleksandar-Saša Milaković
 
 
"Ice Management and Ice-Load Monitoring in the Arctic"
 
Presented by Håvard Nyseth
 
 
 
 
 

 
"Russian Ice-Breaking, Ice-Pilotage and Hydro-Meteorological Services on the NSR"
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
"Dynamic Changes in Sea Ice Cover and Thickness on the NSR for the Period 2008-2016"
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Sea Ice Characteristics and Russia’s Admittance Criteria for Ships to Enter the NSR Water Area"
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 

 
"Sea Ice Characteristics and Operational Conditions for Ships Working in the Western Zone of the NSR: Eastern Barents Sea, Pechora Sea, and Kara Sea"
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Sea Ice Characteristics and Operational Conditions for Ships Working in the Eastern Zone of the NSR: Laptev Sea, East Siberian Sea, and Chukchi Sea"
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 
 
"Evaluation of Long-Term Sea Ice Forecasts on the NSR"
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
2nd  Industry Seminar 15th October 2015
 
The 2nd of six scheduled industry seminars as part of CHNL’s Arctic 2030 project took place at DNV GL headquarters in Høvik (Oslo) on Thursday 15th of October from 9:30 to 16:00. The seminar was attended by 23 participants representing commercial shipping, energy companies, classification societies and maritime research organizations, insurance, academia, and government. The MFA-funded Arctic 2030 project is a joint project with the Institute of Arctic Logistics of Youngsan University in Busan, South-Korea and FSUE Atomflot in Murmansk, Russia. Norwegian partners with CHNL are Department of Marine Technology at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), DNV GL's Arctic Operations & Technology, and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association. Second seminar was on: NSR’s Maritime Infrastructure.
 
 
 
Below you will find links to the seminar program, participant list and seminar presentations.
 
 
Seminar Program
 
 
Participants List
 
 
 
 
 
 
“NSR's Search & Rescue”
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
“NSR's Oil Spill Preparedness & Response”
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Russia’s navigational aids and maritime communication system"
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 
 
"Arctic field logistics and transarctic shipping"
 
Presented by Aleksandar-Saša Milaković 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Assessment of ports and terminals on the NSR/NEP"
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov
 
 
"Vessels for possible use on the NSR"
 
Presented by Morten Mejlænder-Larsen
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Russia’s NSR Icebreaking Capacity"
 
Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson
 
 
"Korea’s Perspectives on the NSR Transport"
 
Presented by Sungki Chang
 
 
 
 
 
 
"NSR’s Maritime Infrastructure & Future Needs" 
 
Presented by Sergey Balmasov 
 
 
 
 
 
1st  Industry Seminar 25th June 2015

The 1st of six scheduled industry seminars as part of CHNL’s Arctic 2030 project took place at DNV GL headquarters in Høvik (Oslo) on Thursday 25th of June from 9:30 to 16:00. The seminar was attended by 28 participants representing commercial shipping, energy companies, classification societies and maritime research organizations, insurance, academia, and government. The MFA-funded Arctic 2030 project  is a joint project with the Institute of Arctic Logistics of Youngsan University in Busan, South-Korea and FSUE Atomflot in Murmansk, Russia. Norwegian partners with CHNL are Department of Marine Technology at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), DNV GL's Arctic Operations & Technology, and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association. This first seminar was on NSR’s Legislation, Tariff System & Insurance.
 
 
Below you will find links to the seminar program, participant list and seminar presentations.

 
Seminar Program
 
 
Participants
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
The Arctic 2030 Project: Feasibility and Reliability of Shipping on the Northern Sea Route and Modeling of an Arctic Marine Transportation & Logistics System”
 

Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson

 
 
“Assessment of Maritime Insurance on the NSR”
 

Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
“International Maritime Legislations Relevant for NSR Shipping”
 

Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson

 
 
“Impact of IMO’s Polar Code on NSR Future Shipping”
 

Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
“Crew Training for NSR Shipping”

Presented by Bjørn Gunnarsson

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



“Additional aids of navigational support for vessels and safety of navigation on the NSR”
 

Presented by Sergey Balmasov

 


“Vessels’ reporting duties on the NSR”
 

Presented by Sergey Balmasov





 

 

 

“Comments and clarification on existing Russian legislation and regulations for navigation on the NSR. Possible regulatory updates in nearest future.”
 

Presented by Sergey Balmasov

 


“Russian customs and immigration regulations relevant for Arctic resource development and shipping. Organization of supplies delivery, crew changes and other activities in remote areas”

Presented by Sergey Balmasov

 

 

 

 


“Historical overview of NSR legislation/regulations since Soviet times to the present.”

Presented by Sergey Balmasov

 


“Guide for planning international
transit voyages on the NSR”

Presented by Sergey Balmasov

 

 

 

 

“Role of ice pilots/navigators on the NSR”

Presented by Sergey Balmasov

 

“Rules of icebreaker assistance and the NSR’s tariff system”

Presented by Sergey Balmasov