Гыда - поселок в Тазовском районе Ямало-Ненецкого автономного округа, имеющий морскую пристань. Расположен на севере Гыданского полуострова в 380км к северу от п.Тазовский
Новый Порт - село в Ямальском районе Ямало-Ненецкого автономного округа Российской Федерации на побережье Обской губы. В его пределах выявлено наличие значительных запасов нефти и газа. В настоящее время освоение Новопортовского месторождения является одним из стратегических проектов компании «Газпром нефть».
База Байкитской Нефтегазоразведочной Экспедиции на 693 км реки Подкаменная Тунгуска. Это комплекс жилых, бытовых и хозяйственных сооружений, полностью обеспечивающий потребности людей, живущих и работающих вдали от «большой земли». Здесь располагаются производственные мощности нефтегазовых компаний, разрабатывающих и добывающих полезные ископаемые в географическом центре России – Эвенкийском районе.
Krasnoyarsk is the capital of Krasnoyarsk krai. It is the largest economic center of Eastern Siberia. Situated on the banks of the Yenisei River and intersected by the Trans-Siberian Railway, the city serves as a large scale transport and logistics hub. Krasnoyarsk has enough potential to process any of kinds and amounts of cargo.
Boguchany is a settlement on the left bank of the Angara. It is the administrative center of Boguchansky district. Boguchansky district is rich in mineral resources such as oil, gas, coal, and various metals of value. Boguchany is near a bridge crossing across the Angara. The construction of the Angara river transport crossing has been one of the focal points in the Lower Angara Region Integrated Development Project. The crossing is one of the key transport infrastructure projects in the region.
Strelka is an urban settlement in Yeniseiskiy district of Krasnoyarsk krai near the confluence of the Angara and the Yenisei. Strelka is part of the Lesosibirsk municipal formation. The principal employer is the Yeniseiskaya Boom Company.
Abalakovskaya oil delivery terminal
Abalakovskaya oil delivery terminal is the largest fuel transshipment point in the krai. The facility has a capacity to hold about 100 thousand tons of petroleum products and operates a siding equipped with systems to unloadtank cars. The siding is connected to the railway network. The facility can daily process up to 8 thousand tons of fuel at two berths designed to unload oil tank barges of any displacement.
Lesosibirsk is a town in Yeniseisky district downstream of the confluence of the Yenisei and the Angara. Lesosibirsk is a major center of wood processing and wood chemistry. The city’s principal employer and the longest running company is the Lesosibirskiy LDK No. 1 Wood Working Plant—one of Russia’s largest producers of processed wood products. The plant runs complete cycle processing lines and produces forest products for export.
Snezhnogorsk is an urban settlement located on the right tributary of the Yenisei—the Hantayka River 63 kilometers upstream of its estuary. The Ust-Khantaiskaya HPP is located near Snezhnogorsk. The station is the one-of-a-kind design built in extremely harsh conditions and is one of the most northern HPP in the world.
Yeniseisk is a town on the left low-lying bank of the Yenisei, downstream of the inflow of the Angara River. Yeniseisk is the oldest city in Krasnoyarsk krai. It has the Yeniseisk pier admitting mainly passenger ships.
Bor is a settlement of Turukhansk District of Krasnoyarsk krai, the administrative center of the Bor settlement council located on the left bank of the Yenisei River, 3 kilometers downstream of the mouth of the Stony Tunguska River. The Porozhinskoe deposit of manganese ores is 100 kilometers away from the settlement.
Turukhansk is the largest settlement in Turukhansk district of Krasnoyarsk krai. Turukhansk has a pier located at the confluence of the Yenisei and the Lower Tunguska. Turukhansk’s industries are a fish processing factory and a local airport that can accept short-range aircraft.
Svetlogorsk is an urban settlement in Turukhansk district of Krasnoyarsk krai. It is located on the left bank of the river Kureyka— a right side tributary of the Yenisei River, 83 kilometers upsteam of its mouth. The population of Svetlogorsk mostly consists of the personnel of the Kureyskaya HPP that generates and supplies power to the Norilsk industrial site and Igarka.
Igarka is a town in Turukhansk district on the bank of one of the Yenisei arms—the Igarka. The town has a modern airport. The location of Igarka was well chosen as it is on the shore of the deep-water Igarka stream and sheltered by Igarsky Island from the northern and western winds. The local waters are deep enough to admit large ocean vessels. The now closed Igarka seaport processed annually up to 120-140 sea vessels to ship out export sawn materials of the Igarka saw mill.
Priluki is a “Vankorneft” JSC transshipment terminal. The facility is 14 kilometers from the port of Igarka on the left bank of the Yenisei. The Priluki terminal serves as the main storage site for the Vankor field during the navigable season on the Yenisei River from July to October. The terminal can simultaneously process up to three general cargo ships and has piling sites for bulk goods on the bank.
The Vankor oil field
The Vankor oil field is in Turukhansk District of Krasnoyarsk krai. The Vankor oil field is the largest oil and gas field in Russia, with annual production 25 million tons of oil. The field is on the navigable left tributary of the Yenisei—the Bolshaya Kheta. The shipping season on the Bolshaya Kheta in the range of the Vankor field lasts for only two weeks in June. River transport is the main transportation mode to deliver commodities and materials to the Vankor production site.
The Suzun oil-and-gas field
The Suzun oil-and-gas field is located in Turukhansk district, on the river of Bolshaya Kheta, 205 kilometers from its estuary. Geological surveys have proved substantial recoverable oil and gas reserves. Currently the pilot development of the field is underway. Equipment and other goods are delivered by the Bolshaya Kheta river. “Rosneft Oil Company” holds the Suzun field production license
Norilsk is a town in the north of Krasnoyarsk krai. It is located in the south of the Taimyr Peninsula, about 90 kilometers east of the Yenisei. The principal employer is “Norilsk Nickel” mining and metallurgical combine—the world’s largest metallurgical combine. In summer the transportation is by river from Krasnoyarsk, in winter -- along the Northern Sea Route with icebreaker assistance provided by the ports of Murmansk and Arkhangelsk. The Alykel Airport is located 38 kilometers from Norilsk and is the main air gate of the Subarctic.
Дудинка — морской порт, расположенный на правом берегу реки Енисей в месте впадения в неё притока реки Дудинка. Дудинский порт самый северный международный морской порт в России и крупнейший в Сибири. Круглогодично связан морским сообщением с Архангельском и Мурманском, в период летней навигации — речным сообщением с Красноярском и Лесосибирском.
Tukhard is a settlement in Taimyr Dolgan-Nenets District of Krasnoyarsk krai. It is located on the banks of the Bolshaya Kheta River, 40 kilometers from its inflow into the Yenisei. The principal employer in the settlement is “Norilskgazprom” JSC. The company extracts natural gas part supplied to the towns of Norilsk and Dudinka.
Baykalovsk is a settlement in the lower reaches of the Yenisei River on its right bank in Krasnoyarsk krai. Geological survey discovered the Baykalovskoe oil and gas field with proven potential of high resource content. Wells and the field are under development. Cargo is delivered in the summer navigation season when the river is free from ice (from July to October) by motor ships and “river-sea” combined class barges. Commodities and materials can be unloaded and brought ashore by floating cranes only.
Dixon is a settlement on the coast of the Yenisei Gulf of the Taimyr Peninsula. The Dickson Sea Port’s loading berth is 100 meters long and 14 meters wide and can accommodate ocean vessels of smaller deadweight sizes and “river-sea” class vessels. The Dickson Sea Port is rated as a port of strategic importance in Krasnoyarsk krai. Coal mining on the mainland and offshore production of oil are expected to promote long-term prospective development of the port.
Sabetta is an Arctic sea port currently under construction. The completed facility is expected to operate as a year-round port of call for sea-going ships in navigation along the Northern Sea Route. The port is designed to transship crude hydrocarbons from the Yuzhno-Tambeyskoye condensate field of the Yamal Peninsula and supply natural gas, crude oil and gas condensate by sea to other countries.