Nuclear Bulletin May 29, 2019

The Arctic route: the great Russian bet. Botan new icebreaker powered by nuclear energy First was the Suez Canal, then the Panama Canal and now, a new promise for international trade: the Arctic route. Formally called “Northern Maritime Route”, this route reduces the trip from Southeast China to the port of Rotterdam in 7 days. Therefore, it is the great Russian bet, fostered by climate change that is thawing areas that were previously impassable for most of the year. Russia is looking to keep this waterway open all year round and to achieve it, it is moving forward with its fleet of energy-driven icebreakers.   nuclear. On Saturday, the 25th, the third ship of the fleet was launched from its St. Petersburg shipyards, the Ural, driven […]

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