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Russian shipbuilders have received an order for the first time to build vessels for work on the Sakhalin shelf
Russian shipbuilders have received an order for the first time to build vessels for work on the Sakhalin shelf. Two moorage boats will be built at the Zvezda plant in the Primorsky Territory and two reinforced icebreaking port tugboats at the Admiralteiskiye Verfi shipyard in St. Petersburg, the press service of the Sakhalin Energy company, the Sakhalin-2 project operator, said on Friday. All the four vessels will work in the south of Sakhalin in the Aniva bay, where the world's biggest gas liquefying plant is being built on the coast. The boats will lead giant tankers to the moorages. The construction of four vessels in Russia is one of the terms of the 15-year contract concluded by Sakhalin Energy to charter six such boats. Russian crews will work aboard all the six vessels flying the Russian flag. The cost of the construction contract is about 140 million dollars. The vessels will begin to work in 2007.
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