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Alexei Bambulyak
EngineeringArcticPetroleum industryFossil fuelPetroleum engineering
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#1Tor Einar BergH-Index: 4
#2Ørjan SelvikH-Index: 2
Last. Andrey Marichev (Gazprom)
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Last. Tor Einar BergH-Index: 4
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Shipping in Arctic seas is challenging and poses an environmental risk. This paper presents a fictional case involving a multipurpose supply vessel transporting one large object (a 750-tonne compressor) and 24 containers loaded with chemicals and equipment for use by the petroleum industry in western Siberia. With technical details representative of vessels navigating the Arctic today, the fictitious ship Oleum has an ice class sufficient for navigating unaccompanied in the Barents and Kara seas...
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Last. Maria SydnesH-Index: 3
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Last. Vlada StreletskayaH-Index: 1
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Last. Bjorn FrantzenH-Index: 1
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Transport of oil from Russian Arctic ports to Western markets was insignificant prior to 2002. In 2002, there was a major surge, with 5 million tonnes delivered westwards through the Barents Sea. By 2004, this had increased to 12 million tonnes. Since then, annual volumes have been on levels between 9 and 15 million tonnes. In the near future, the flow of oil cargo in the Arctic may rise significantly, as a result of the development of oil and gas fields and port capacities in the North. Oil off...
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#1Aleksandar-Saša Milaković (NTNU: Norwegian University of Science and Technology)H-Index: 2
#2Mads Ulstein (NTNU: Norwegian University of Science and Technology)H-Index: 1
Last. Sören Ehlers (NTNU: Norwegian University of Science and Technology)H-Index: 14
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Due to a constantly increasing global energy demand on one side, and depletion of available hydrocarbon resources on another, a continuous search for new reserves of hydrocarbons is required (BP Energy Outlook 2035 [1]). Having in mind that estimated 22% of the world’s undiscovered petroleum is located in the Arctic, 84% of which is projected to be offshore (US Geology Survey [2]), the Arctic becomes a logical region of activities expansion for the oil and gas industry. Opposing large expected q...
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Last. Sören EhlersH-Index: 14
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#1Martin Bergström (NTNU: Norwegian University of Science and Technology)H-Index: 3
#2Sören Ehlers (NTNU: Norwegian University of Science and Technology)H-Index: 14
Last. Alexei BambulyakH-Index: 2
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This paper describes an approach that utilizes a discrete event simulation tool and ice data from a numerical ice prediction model to enable mission-based design of arctic maritime transport systems consisting of a single or multiple arctic cargo ships.For a specific vessel design and route, the developed approach makes it possible to simulate how the transit time varies over time due to both varying ice conditions and stochastic factors such as the weather. Thus, for a given transport scenario ...
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#2Rüdiger U. Franz von Bock und Polach (Aalto University)H-Index: 5
Last. Are Kristoffer SydnesH-Index: 9
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Arctic regions, and thus ice-covered waters, are continuously getting higher in the national and international political agenda. The world demand in energy resources and the need in development of new transportation routes are pushing industrial activities up North where we see prospects and expectations on one side, and gaps and challenges on the other. Industrial development of the new geographic area is complex, and the priority in transportation is given to marine shipping. For the recent ye...
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