Port of Sabetta Dredging Operations for 2016 Wrapped Up

Dredging operations on the Port of Sabetta and at the seaway canal in the Gulf of Ob scheduled for 2016 have now been wrapped up, according to the FSUE Rosmorport’s latest announcement.

The scope of the performed dredging work in 2016 totaled 17.5 million m³, involving 23 units of equipment.

These dredging operations resulted in creation of a water area for auxiliary and cargo berths as well as a 315 meter wide approach channel with a bottom level of -15.1 meters and a 205-meter wide seaway canal of -15.1 meters.

The dredging works on the access channel and turning basin of Port of Sabetta will be completed in 2017.

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