Порт Сабетта

Задача

Министерство транспорта Российской Федерации (Минтранс России) через Генерального подрядчика АО «УСК МОСТ» предоставило группе компаний ДЕМЕ договор на выполнение дноуглубительных работ длительностью в 2 года. Договор был подписан с ООО «Мордрага», дочерним предприятием ДЕМЕ в России. Договором предусмотрено выполнение дноуглубления на подходном канале и разворотном круге нового сервисного порта на полуострове Ямал. Данный порт должен обслуживать ультрасовременные ледокольные суда для перевозки СПГ. Дноуглубительные работы начались в 2014г. и были завершены в 2015г. Дноуглубление было возможно только в летний период и только в течение 10 недель.

Новый проект означал рабочие места для как минимум 250 человек в течение 2 лет. 

Газ будет транспортироваться с п-ва Ямал в два европейских порта, вероятно, включая порт Зеебрюгге.

 

Решение

Sea channel and turning basin

DEME starts working on a 49km long, 295m wide and 15m deep (it is now 10m) sea channel. Together, the Sabetta Port turning basin and the access channel are 8km long, and the access channel will be 415m wide.

The Yamal peninsula

Dredging in the high north is an activity that has been tried and proven safe. In the 1980s, the first dredging works were already conducted above the Arctic Circle, among others in the Beaufort Sea in Canada.

The Yamal peninsula, situated in northwest Siberia, is some 700 kilometres long. It is bordered on the west by the Kara Sea and on the east by the Gulf of Ob. The port is located in proximity to Murmansk in Russia and Hammerfest in Norway, some 2,000 km south of the North Pole.

Environmental Management Plan

By means of the track record it has built up, DEME has intentionally positioned itself throughout the years as a green company. It develops projects for renewable offshore energy, tidal power and environmental remediation. For the company, sustainability is in line with its vision of new industrial enterprise.

The dredging activities along the Russian peninsula are therefore subject to the same environmental standards that DEME applies globally. As with many other projects, DEME has furthermore set up an Environmental Management Plan. The care with which DEME considers environmental implications was of decisive importance for the principal in the awarding of the dredging works.

Environmental Captain safeguards precautionary principle

DEME pursues minimal turbidity of the water. Nevertheless, it has developed a management plan in the event that something still goes wrong.

DEME is proud to announce a world’s first in having an ‘Environmental Captain’ – as an independent expert – who is responsible for all environmental-technical aspects of the project. There are specific precautionary measures in place with regard to the flora and fauna.

DEME utilises the precautionary principle. This means that nothing that the company could do for the benefit of the environment and safety will be omitted.

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