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  • World’s first ice-breaking gas carrier
  • Year-round oil transportation from the Gulf of Ob
  • State-of-the-art LNG carriers
  • Arctic oil discovery
  • SCF: 10 years in the ‘Gas Club’
  • On all sails
  • Safety Comes First
  • World’s first ice-breaking gas carrier

    will provide year-round transportation of LNG in the Ob Bay and Kara Sea, Yamal LNG project

    LNG carrier Christophe de Margerie
    Capacity : 172,600 m3
    Ice class : Arc7
    Ice-breaking capability : 2.1 m
    Number of Azipods : 3
    World’s first ice-breaking gas carrier
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  • Year-round oil transportation from the Gulf of Ob
    Unique ships designed for transportation of Russian oil
    Arctic shuttle tanker Shturman Albanov
    Deadweight: 41,454.5 tonnes
    Ice class: Arc7
    Draught (Loaded): 9.5 m
    Year-round oil transportation from the Gulf of Ob
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  • State-of-the-art LNG carriers
    SCF Group’s new LNG carriers Velikiy Novgorod and Pskov were built to support the export of Russian gas to global energy markets
    LNG carrier Pskov
    Capacity: 170,200 m3
    Ice class:
    Draught (Loaded): 11,5 m
    State-of-the-art LNG carriers
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  • Arctic oil discovery
    Sovcomflot is a participant in the Prirazlomnoye project
    The Arctic shuttle tanker Mikhail Ulyanov
    Deadweight: 69,830 tonnes
    Ice class: 1А Super
    Draught (Loaded): 13.6 m
    Arctic oil discovery
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  • SCF: 10 years in the ‘Gas Club’
    SCF Group has celebrated its tenth anniversary as an independent operator of gas carriers
    LNG carrier Grand Aniva
    Capacity: 145 000 m3
    Ice class:
    Draught (Loaded): 11,37 m
    SCF: 10 years in the ‘Gas Club’
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  • On all sails
    Supporting maritime education and sailing sport is a priority of SCF Group’s social policy
    The official partner of the Russian Yachting Federation since 2009, SCF Group has organised two international Tall Ships Regattas, and sponsors the training ships Mir and Nadezhda.
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  • Safety Comes First
    An effective safety and quality management system is the foundation of a shipping company’s success. Sovcomflot is showing the world that SCF also means ‘Safety Comes First’.
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Company history
  • SCF Group partners with Shell made the first global step towards LNG-fuelled oil tanker industry. Read more
  • Sovcomflot's tanker Shturman Albanov won the award for ‘2016 Ship of the Year’ at the international industrial Marine Propulsion Awards 2017. Read more
  • Christophe de Margerie, the world’s first ice-breaking LNG tanker designed to serve Yamal LNG project, successfully berthed at the gas terminal at Sabetta Port. Read more
  • New ice-breaking standby and supply vessels for Sakhalin-2 named after Russian admirals Stepan Makarov and Gennadiy Nevelskoy joined SCF fleet. Read more
  • Novoportovskoye gas condensate field is located to the south of the Yamal peninsula. Oil extracted from the field is transported via a terminal in the Kamennyi district of the Gulf of Ob.
  • The Yamal LNG project has involved the construction of an LNG plant with a capacity of 16.5 million tonnes per year at the resource base of the Yuzhno-Tambeiskoe field.
  • Prirazlomnoye oil field was opened in 1989 and is situated on Russia’s Arctic shelf, 32 nautical miles into the Pechora Sea. The offshore ice-resistant platform “Prirazlomnaya” provides for well drilling, oil extraction, preparation, storage and the offloading of oil into SCF tankers.
  • The Varandey project is a system of crude oil production and shipping in Russia’s Arctic region. Its operator is LLC LUKOIL-Trans, an affiliate of PJSC LUKOIL.
  • Sakhalin-2 is one of the world’s largest oil & gas projects, for which a comprehensive energy infrastructure for the production, transportation and processing of hydrocarbons was built. The project operator is Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Limited (“Sakhalin Energy”).
  • This project involves the development of oil & gas reserves in the Sea of Okhotsk, on the north-eastern shelf of Sakhalin Island, including the Chaivo, Odoptu and Arkutun-Gagi fields.
149 vessels with a combined deadweight of 13,125,473 tonnesFleet list